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SOLDIERS OF THE GREAT WAR (IN THREE VOLUMES)
Memorial Edition

VOLUME I and 
III (Supplement)
June 22, 2001

Compiled by
W. M. HAULSEE
F. G. HOWE
A. C. DOYLE

SOLDIERS RECORD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION
WASHINGTON, D. C.

Copyright, 1920
SOLDIERS RECORD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION


Table of Content - WWI - Louisiana


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Note: Sometimes Louisiana soldiers enlisted in other states.

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Note: No parishes were listed in the book, however, I used the US County Resources at RootsWeb (Find the County for a U.S. Town or City) to find out what modern-day parish a particular city was in. When searching for any city that starts with "St." use the completed spelling "Saint". You need at least two letters in the search dialog box.

To find parishes of cities not listed try viewing these:

USGS GNIS - query form - Select "Louisiana," "populated place," and type in the city name in the "feature name" dialog box, or type in a parish (county) name in the "County Name" dialog box for all cities in that parish.

1895 Atlas Project

Louisiana Main Page - Index to City and Town Data
Louisiana State Map

See if the soldier is listed here using various spellings or just 2 letters of the surname:
 
American Battle Monuments Commission, ABMC - It appears that quite a few Louisiana soldiers enlisted in other states, but I have no way of knowing since there could be more than one soldier with the same name. So, I'm only added notes where there appears to be a very good match. Additionally, there are soldiers in the this database from Louisiana that were not listed in the book, but I have not listed them here.

War Dead - Search the World War I database. Note: Sometimes Louisiana soldiers enlisted in other states. However, I'm only listing ABMC data were the soldier enlisted in Louisiana.


Description of this web page with full annotations utilizes these sources.

LOUISIANA
Pages 409 - 422
 

NOMENCLATURE
K.A. ..... Killed in Action
D.D. ..... Died of Disease
D.W. ..... Died of Wounds
D.A. ..... Died of Accident
W.A. ..... Wounded in Action (Note: This notation is only used on the actual photos, not the text record.)

Listings are as follows:  Soldier's last name, given name(s). hometown.


Actual Listings ...

(Page 419, Column 1)

KILLED IN ACTION (K.A.)


Lieutenants

COLE, George P., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
DAVIDSON, Joseph M., Saint Joseph. (Tensas Parish)
EWING, David J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
McHOHN, J. W., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

MOORE, Jerome E., Independence. (Tangipahoa Parish)

MORGAN, William D., Tangipahoa.(Tangipahoa Parish)
Note #1: 
William Digb Morgan 
Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army
128th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 38 Grave 09
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

NEYLAND, Jasper J ., Washington.(St. Landry)

POWELL, Thomas J., Lake Providence. (East Carroll Parish)
Note #1: 
Thomas J. Jr Powell 
First Lieutenant, U.S. Army
358th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 24 Grave 02
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Sergeants

CALHOON, Burk, Meridian. (Evangeline Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Jesse B. Calhoon 
Private, U.S. Army
4th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: West Virginia
Died: October 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 17 Grave 07
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CLANDERS, Michal John, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). May be: Michael John CLANDERS
Note #1: 
Michael J. Clanders 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
4th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 06 Grave 46
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
CLARK, David O., Epps. (West Carroll Parish)

GREENFIELD, John, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John Greenfield 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: August 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 08 Grave 19
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MOCK, Oliver P., Alexandria. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1: 
Oliver P. Mock 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
47th Infantry Regiment, 64h Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 28 Grave 11
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
PERELLI, John A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
John A. Perelli 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
20th Field Artillery Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 27 Grave 19
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
STILLER, Michael J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Is this the same man listed as Sgt. Michael Jos. STILLER, New Orleans. (W.A.), below?
Note #1: 
Michael J. Stiller 
Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 23 Grave 11
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

STURGES, Thomas A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

TRAHAN, Rogers E., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1: 
Rogers E. Trahan 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 11, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 24 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WHALEY, Wellmon, White Castle. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1: 
Wellmon P. Whaley 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
4th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 08 Grave 25
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Awards: Distinguished Service Cross
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WIEDMAN, David, Donoghville. (? Parish). May be: McDonoghville in Jefferson Parish. See listing, below:
WIEDMAN, David W., McDonoghville. (Jefferson Parish). Sgt. David W. Wiedman (K.A.) (Supplement in Volume III)

WILLIAMS, Alvin F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Alvin F. Williams 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
34th Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Illinois
Died: November 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 01 Grave 12
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WINTERS, Robert D., New Iberia.(Iberia Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Robert D. Winters 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Missouri
Died: August 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 07 Grave 22
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ZITZMANN, J. C., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Sgt. J. C. Zitzmann (K.A.) (Supplement in Volume III). He may be listed below as: ZITZMANN, John O., New Orleans. (D.D)


Corporals

BOONE, George V., Jones.(Morehouse Parish) 
BOURG, McKinley L., Fort Allen. (? Parish). May be: Allen in Natchitoches Parish.

COURTNEY, Ivy, Walker. (Livingston Parish)
Note #1: 
Ivy Courtney 
Corporal, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 16 Grave 13
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Awards: French Croix de Guerre
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Ivy Courtney, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.
 
DIAMOND, Douglas A., Winnsboro.(Franklin Parish)
Note #1: 
Douglas A. Diamond 
Corporal, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 29 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DOTY, Thomas E., Bassier City. (Should be: Bossier City) (Bossier Parish). Cpl. Thomas E. Doty (K.A.) (Supplement in Volume III) See listing, below, in Privates section.
FARRELLY, John J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
HELLMAN, Simon, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

HERBERT, Leon H., Perry.(Vermilion Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
He may be this soldier:
Leonard Herbert 
Private, U.S. Army
French Army 
Entered the Service from: France
Died: October 3, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 10 Grave 36
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

HORTON, Clyde M., Robeline.(Natchitoches Parish)
JOHNSON, Lee, Winnfield. (Winn Parish)

KINCHEN, Leander J., Springfield.(Livingston Parish)
Note #1: 
Leander J. Kinchen 
Corporal, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 16 Grave 13
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Leander J. Kinchen, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.
 
McEACHERN, William, New Verda. (Grant Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
William Mc Eachern (William McEACHERN)
Corporal, U.S. Army
128th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: October 20, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
MICHAEL, Morton H., Arcadia. (Bienville Parish). Is this the same man listed as Pvt.Martin MICHAEL, Arcadia in the text below?
Note #1: 
Martin H. Michael 
Corporal, U.S. Army
11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 34 Grave 07
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MIERS, Frank, Newlin.(Beauregard Parish) 
OWENS, Dewey, Lucian Point. (? Parish)

PUTNAM, Charles L., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Charles L. Putnam 
Corporal, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 34 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Awards: French Croix de Guerre
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
VARISCO, Charles, Hammond.(Tangipahoa Parish) May be: Cpl. Chas. VANSCO, Hammond.
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Charles Varisco 
Corporal, U.S. Army
129th Infantry Regiment, 33rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Illinois
Died: October 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 33 Grave 39
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Mechanics

BROWER, Charlie C., Jennings.(Jefferson Davis Parish) 
SCARDlN, Sarfino, Rosedale.(Assumption or Iberville Parish)

Wagoners

BAKER, Henry, West Lake. (Calcasieu, Natchitoches, or Orleans Parish)

LAGRONE, Robert E., Ansley.(Jackson Parish). Listed on photo as: Wagr. Robert E. La GRONE, Ansley.
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Robert E. Lagrone 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
13th Machine Gun Battalion, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Kansas
Died: November 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 13 Grave 02
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Privates

ACHEE, Charley, Belle Rose.(Assumption Parish)

AGAIRES, Theodore, Violet.(St. Bernard Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Theodore Agaires 
Private, U.S. Army
126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Mississippi
Died: October 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 25 Grave 25
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ALEXANDER, Harold, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
ALEXANDER, Perry D., Rhinehart.(Catahoula or LaSalle Parish)
ARCENEAUX, Agirin, Rayne.(Acadia Parish)
ARCENEAUX, Joseph A., Rice.(Vermilion Parish)
BABIN, Allen, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

BABIN, Bennett J., Donaldsonville.(Ascension Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Bennett J. Babin 
Private, U.S. Army
125th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Michigan
Died: August 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 25 Grave 07
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BAKER, Lawrence J., Lake Charles.(Calcasieu Parish)
BAKER, Manco L., Minden.(Webster Parish). Also listed as (D.D.).
BANKS, Frank, Springfield.(Livingston Parish)
BARROW, John J., St. Francisville. (West Feliciana Parish)
BARZARE, Sidney, Pine Prairie.(Evangeline Parish)
BASS, Walter S., Luter. (? Parish). May be: Lutes in Grant Parish.
BAYHAM, Ovede, Natal Bay. (? Parish)

BENOIT, Alcide, Lake Charles.(Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1: 
Alcide Benoit 
Private, U.S. Army
356th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 44 Grave 25
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BENOIT, Philip, Thibodaux. (Lafourche Parish)
Note #1: 
Philip Benoit 
Private, U.S. Army
165th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 27 Grave 38
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BERGERON, Nicholas P., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

BINET, Henry E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Henry E. Binet 
Private, U.S. Army
58th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 12 Grave 74
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
BLANCHARD, Joseph M., Addis.(West Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1:
Joseph M. Blanchard 
Private, U.S. Army
103rd Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 37 Grave 39
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BONER, Henry R., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Henry R. Boner 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 13 Grave 17
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
BORDELON, Lincoln
, Bordelonville.(Avoyelles Parish)

BOUDREAUX, Thomas, Baldwin.(St. Mary Parish)
Note #1:
Thomas A. Boudreaux 
Private, U.S. Army
360th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 14 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BOWDEN, John C., Ged.(Calcasieu Parish)
BRADBURN, Donald, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

BRICE, John L., Rayville. (Richland Parish)
Note #1:
John L. Brice 
Private, U.S. Army
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 26 Grave 25
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BROUSSARD, John C., Edgerly. (Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1:
John C. Broussard 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 09 Grave 37
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
BROUSSARD, Joseph O., Brusly.(West Baton Rouge Parish)This fellow may be the one listed directly below:
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Joseph O. Broussard 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
101st Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Ohio
Died: September 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 15 Grave 17
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BROUSSARD, Joseph J., Brusly.(West Baton Rouge Parish). This fellow may be the one listed directly above.
BROUSSARD, Reuben
, Youngsville. (Lafayette Parish). Listed as being from Youngville on photo.
BROWN, John F., Alexandria.(Rapides Parish)

BRUCE, Daniel H., Providence. (? Parish). May be: Lake Providence in East Carroll Parish.
Note #1:
Daniel Hayes Bruce 
Private, U.S. Army
128th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 29 Grave 02
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BURNETT, Morris T., Winnfield. (Winn Parish)
Note #1:
Morris T. Burnett 
Private, U.S. Army
6th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 24 Grave 04
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BUSEY, Paul B., Erath.(Vermilion Parish)
CAREY, James F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
CASCIO, James, Lake Charles. (Calcasieu Parish)

CAUSSEY, John W., Gates. (Livingston Parish). Probably listed on photo as: Pvt. John W. CAUSEY, Port Vincent. (Livingston Parish).
Note #1: See: John W. Causey, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.

Note #2: Ed Killian" <killians@bkbank.com> wrote on May 27, 2001: 
Subject: John W. Caussey, (sic, Causey) Entry
John W. Causey, born January 1891, died August 08, 1918 in Flanders, France.  Born near Port Vincent, buried in the old Rufus Felder Cemetery, near the town of Gates, Livingston Parish, LA. See: Causey Family History.

Note #3: Pvt. John W. CAUSEY's parents were: Dewitt CAUSEY (1855 - 1920) and Martha ANDREWS (1865 - 1925). Source: Causey Family History.
 
CHAUVIN, Maldred, Abbeville. (Vermilion Parish)
Note #1:
Maldred Chauvin 
Private, U.S. Army
114th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 26 Grave 22
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

CHEDOTAL, Theogene, Paincourtville. (Assumption Parish)

COLE, Murphy J., Deridder.(Beauregard Parish)
Note #1:
Murphy J. Cole 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
COMEAUX, Peter C., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Peter C. Comeaux 
Private, U.S. Army
103rd Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Michigan
Died: October 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 45 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 

CONNER, Andrew B., Eros.(Jackson Parish)

COURTNEY, Offie, Darlington. (St. Helena)
Note #1:
Offie Courtney 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 01 Grave 29
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
COOK, Newton, Ashland.(Concordia, Natchitoches, Tensas or Terrebonne Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Newton Cook 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: West Virginia
Died: October 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 27 Grave 26
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
CORTEZ, Arthur, Kraemer. (Lafourche Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer (K.A.) and Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer (D.A.) and Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer (D.W.) in text below.


(Page 419, Column 2)

Privates - Continued 

COUVILLION, Wilford T., Alexandria. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1:
Wilford T. Couvillion 
Private, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 3, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 33 Grave 31
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CRAIN, Houston, Bogalusa. (Washington Parish). Listed as: Pvt. Houstan CRAIN, Bogalusa.
Note #1: 
NOBLES CEMETERY, Washington Parish, Louisiana (File: nobles.txt)
Submitted by Edie Talley. (Emcktalley@aol.com)
Contributed by the Washington Parish Genealogical and Historical Society. 

USGenWeb NOTICE: Libraries and individual researchers may download this file for personal, non-commercial use only. Any other use requires written permission from the transcriber.

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CRAIN, W. HOUSTON, 7-19-1918, 22 yrs., CO. H. 28TH INF. MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE AT SOISSONS, FRANCE, "IN MEMORY OF"
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Note #2: 
ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1921-1930 (File: el1921.txt)
WASHINGTON PARISH, LA
Submitted by Edie McKinney Talley (Emcktalley@aol.com)
Transcribed by Diane Nunn (DN69040@aol.com)
Donated by Bonnie Dier (washlibrary@yahoo.com)

USGENWEB NOTICE:  These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by any other organization or persons.  Persons or organizations desiring to use this material, must obtain the written consent of the contributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact the listed USGenWeb archivist with proof of this consent. Files may be printed or copied for personal use only.

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5-19-1921 -- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Crain received official notice that the body of their son, Houston Crain, will reach Bogalusa on the night train Wednesday and will be buried in the Nobles Cemetery.
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-- end of document --

Note #3: See note at bottom.

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
CRESPO, Horace M., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

CRONENBERG, Albert L., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

CURRY, Fred L., Goldonna. (Natchitoches Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Fred L. Curry 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 33 Grave 12
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DAILY, Bernard J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

DALRYMPLE, Henry H., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1:
Henry H. Dalrymple 
Private, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 06 Grave 55
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
DELANEWILE, L., Reserve. (St. John Baptist)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Theophile Delaneuville 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 9, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DEMPSEY, David C., Hornbeck.(Vernon Parish). Probably listed on photo as: Pvt. David E. DEMPSEY, Hornbeck.

DESSELLE, Milton, Marksville.(Avoyelles Parish)
Note #1:
Milton Desselle 
Private, U.S. Army
369th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 12, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DESSELLES, George, Cottonport.(Avoyelles Parish)
DEVITT, William C., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
DIXON, Daniel W., Anocca. (? Parish) (misspelled?). Probably: Anacoco in Vernon Parish.
DOHENY, Arthur B., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

DOLESE, Alphonse F., Jr., Thibodaux.(Lafourche Parish)
Note #1:
Alphonse F J Dolese 
Private, U.S. Army
116th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 01 Grave 20
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
DOTY, Thomas E., Bossier City.(Bossier Parish). Listed in Supplement in Volume III as a Corporal (K.A.). See listing, above, in Corporals section. 
Note #1:
Thomas E. Doty 
Private, U.S. Army
60th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 40 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
DUFUNE, Philip, Raceland. (Lafourche Parish)
Note #1:
Phillip Dufrene 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 09 Grave 81
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DUFRENSE, Sidney, La Place.(St. John Baptist Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Sidney DUFRESNE, La Place.

DYER, Francis E., Lake Arthur. (Jefferson Davis Parish)
Note #1:
Francis E. Dyer 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 04 Grave 11
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
ELLIS, Jesse T., Denham Springs.(Livingston Parish)
Note #1: See: Jesse T. Ellis, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.

ENDERLIN, Carl C., Pittsburgh. (? Parish)
ETHERIDGE, John A., Crew Lake.(Richland Parish)
EVERETT, Joe W., Shamrock. (Natchitoches Parish)
FABRE, Oneil, New Roads.(Pointe Coupee Parish)

FACUNDAS, D. A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Dewitt A. Facundu
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 13 Grave 31
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

FICKLIN, William A., Duplissis. (misspelled). Listed on photo as: Pvt. William A. FICKLIN, Duplessis. (Ascension Parish)

FLORES, Dave J., Robeline.(Natchitoches Parish)
Note #1:
Dave J. Flores 
Private, U.S. Army
356th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 20 Grave 34
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
FONTENOT, Octave, Ville Platte.(Evangeline Parish)
Note #1:
Octave Fontenot 
Private, U.S. Army
18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 14, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 04 Grave 18
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

FOY, Mike, Serapta. (? Parish). Probably: Sarepta in Webster Parish.
GAYNOR, Robert N., Plain Dealing.(Bossier Parish)
GARRARD, Finnis A., Greenwood.(Caddo, East Baton Rouge, Plaquemines, St. Mary, or Terrebonne Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Finnis A. GANARD, Greenwood.
GAUTREAU, Leon J., Gonzales.(Ascension Parish)

GENEROUS, Louis, Sellers.(St. Charles Parish)
Note #1:
Louis Generous 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Infantry Regiment, 64h Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 05 Grave 12
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

GISCLARD, Gordon R., Donaldsonville.(Ascension Parish)
GRECHMAN, Adam J., Independence. (Tangipahoa Parish)
GREEN, Henry, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

GREGOIRE, Joseph A., Franklin.(St. Mary Parish)
Note #1:
Joseph A. Gregoire 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 32 Grave 18
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
GRIFFIN, Benjamine F., St. Landry. Probably: St. Landry Parish.

GUNN, Eugene M., Winfield. Probably: Winnfield in Winn Parish.
HAGE, Albert, Franklin.(St. Mary Parish)
HALSTIEN, Wood, Welchston. (? Parish)
HARRISON, Horace G., Watson. (Livingston Parish)
HAWTHORNE, Isiah, Winnsboro.(Franklin Parish)

HERBERT, Cleopha P., Grand Lake. (Cameron Parish)
Note #1: See: Cameron Parish Draft Registrations: 1917-18
 
HEIDELBERG, Roland W., Marthaville. (Natchitoches Parish)
Note #1: He is probably this soldier:
Rolan W. Heidelberg 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 32 Grave 15
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
HILL, Matt, Archibald. (Richland Parish)
Note #1:
Matt Hill 
Private, U.S. Army
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 04 Grave 01
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
HILLBAN, Batist, Leonville. (St. Landry Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier::
Batist Hillman 
Private, U.S. Army
368th Infantry Regiment, 92nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 06 Grave 01
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

HINDMAN, Robert E., Hornick. (? Parish)

HOLIDAY, William, Madisonville. (St. Tammany Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
William M. Holliday 
Private, U.S. Army
308th Infantry Regiment, 77th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Idaho
Died: October 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 13 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
HOFFMAN, Alex H., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Alex Henry Hoffman 
Private, U.S. Army
320th Infantry Regiment, 80th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 09 Grave 11
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

HURST, John, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). May be: Pvt. John HURST, Hammond. (Tangipahoa Parish)

HUTCHES, John W., Freeland. (West Feliciana Parish)
Note #1:
John W. Hutches 
Private, U.S. Army
12th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 15 Grave 27
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

JACKSON, Arthur D., Leesville. (Vernon Parish)

JOHNSON, Forest, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Forest Johnson 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
101st Field Artillery Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 02 Grave 30
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
JOHNSON, Jesse L., Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish). See listing directly below.
Note #1:
Jessie L. Johnson 
Private, U.S. Army
165th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 26 Grave 14
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

JOHNSON, Jesse L., Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish). Pvt. Jesse L. Johnson (K.A.) (Supplement in Volume III) See listing directly above.

JONES, Irvin L., Isabelle. Probably: Isabel in Washington Parish. See note at bottom and a second note at bottom.

JONES, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 4 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

JOYNER, Other, Holum. (Caldwell Parish)

KELLEY, John J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John Kelley 
Private, U.S. Army
111th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Rhode Island
Died: October 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 28 Grave 36
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #1: 6 possible John KELLY (no second "E" in KELLEY) soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
KENNEDY, Arthur, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Arthur Kennedy 
Private, U.S. Army
15th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: June 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 05 Grave 56
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
KENNEDY, Spencer, Harrisonburg. (Catahoula Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Spencer Kennedy 
Private, U.S. Army
369th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New York
Died: September 26, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
KOUTNY, John, Regular. (? Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John Kountny 
Private, U.S. Army
113th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 24, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 38 Grave 25
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
LANDRY, Lazzard L., St. Patrick. (? Parish)
Note #1:
Lazard L. Landry 
Private, U.S. Army
2nd Machine Gun Battalion, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 28, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

LANDRY, Sylvane, Belle Rose.(Assumption Parish)
LASSEIGNE, Alcide C., Welcome. (St. James or St. John Baptist Parish). May be listed on photo as: Pvt. Alade C. LASSEIGNE, Welcome.

LEMAIRE, Ernest, Gueydon. (Vermilion Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Ternest LEMAIRE, Gueydan.
Note #1:
Ernest Lemaire 
Private, U.S. Army
115th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 9, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

LENIOME, Euclid, Hamburg. (Avoyelles Parish)
LUCAS, Joseph, Melville. (St. Landry Parish)

McCLEARLY, John, Black Hawk. (Concordia Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Andrew J. Mc Cearley (Andrew J. McCEARLEY)
Private First Class, U.S. Army
18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 25 Grave 01
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

McDOWELL, Claude, Jones.(Morehouse Parish)
McFARLAND, Wm. W., Choudrant. (Lincoln Parish). Pvt. William W. McFARLAND
McINTOSH, Arthur Burton, Roseland. (Tangipahoa Parish)

MANNING, Philip, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Philip Manning 
Private, U.S. Army
6th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 14, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 16 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MASSICOT, Clarence M., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
MATHEWS, Allen P., Pineville. (Rapides Parish)

MICHAEL, Martin, Arcadia. (Bienville Parish). May be listed on photo as: Cpl. MICHAEL, Morton H., Arcadia.
Note #1:
Martin H. Michael 
Corporal, U.S. Army
11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 34 Grave 07
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MILLER, Lawrence B., Plaquemine. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Laurence B. Miller 
Private, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: June 16, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 47
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MILLER, William L., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
William L. Miller 
Private, U.S. Army
167th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Idaho
Died: July 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 17 Grave 23
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MILLETT, Charles, Plaquemine. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Charles Millet 
Private, U.S. Army
356th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 11, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 21 Grave 30
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MOORE, Edwin D., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Edwin D. Moore 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
119th Field Artillery Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 01 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MORGAN, Howard, Covington. (St. Tammany Parish)
MURRAY, Ewell C., Amite. (Tangipahoa Parish)

NEWITT, Joseph F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Joseph Francis Newitt 
Private, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: June 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 13 Grave 51
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

O'NEAL, Steve R., Buckeye. (Rapides Parish)

PARKER, William P., Boyce. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
William Parker 
Private, U.S. Army
358th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Iowa
Died: September 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 15 Grave 35
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2:He may be this soldier:
William Parker 
Private, U.S. Army
807th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Virginia
Died: October 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 37 Grave 23
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PATE, Aubie U., Mooringsport. (Caddo Parish)

PAUL, Andrew, Buckeye. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1:
Andrew Paul 
Private, U.S. Army
11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 08 Grave 24
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

(PIER, William T., Folsom. (St. Tammany Parish). Moved below to be in alphabetical order.)

PELLOT, Joe., Rayne.(Acadia Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Joe Pelle
Private, U.S. Army
11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 12, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
PEVY, Lewis E., Minden.(Webster Parish).
Note #1: 
Lewis E. Pevy 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: 
Jeffery Jehu Pevy < Jehu1960@aol.com > of Minden, Webster Parish, Louisiana wrote on  June 04, 2001:
Thanks for the picture and info on Lewis E. PEVY. I am researching the PEVY family. Lewis E. PEVY was my grandfather's cousin. Lewis E. PEVY was one of the first two soldiers killed in WWI from Webster Parish, and so they named the Legion Hall after them "Wiley-Pevy" Post 74. Up until now, I couldn't find where he was killed. I noticed that he was interred at Aisne-Marne Cemetery, but I have found his grave marker and military marker at Pine Grove Cemetery in Webster Parish, Louisiana.

Webmaster's comment: I would guess that his headstone is symbolic in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Webster Parish just as it is on the "Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery" since there was no body to actually bury. The government may have paid for all these type burials for the soldiers' families just as if there was a body.
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
PHILLIPS Jr., Shelby E., Rayville. (Richland Parish)
Note #1:
Shelby E. Jr Phillips 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 29 Grave 13
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PHURROUGH, DeWitt T., Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish)
PIER, William T., Folsom. (St. Tammany Parish). This entry was out of alphabetical order in text portion of book.
PRICE, O. P., Pollock. (Grant Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Oscar P. PRICE, Pollock.


(Page 419, Column 3)

Privates - Continued


PRINE, Jessie, Covington. (St. Tammany Parish)
PURVIS, William, Jr., Independence. (Tangipahoa Parish)
RACHAL, Powell, Wilda. (Rapides Parish)

RICHARD, Dorsle, Cameron. (Cameron Parish)
Note #1:
Dorsle Richard 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 13 Grave 16
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Cameron Parish Draft Registrations: 1917-18

RICHARD, Eligah, Iowa. (Calcasieu Parish)

RICHARD, Ramie, Grand Chenier. (Cameron Parish)
Note #1:
Ramie Richard 
Private, U.S. Army
125th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 03 Grave 05
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Cameron Parish Draft Registrations: 1917-18
 
ROBELLA, John, Bayon Current. Probably: Bayou Current in St. Landry Parish.
Note #1:
John Robella 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 3, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ROBINSON, Oneal, Ama. (St. Charles Parish)

RODRIGUES, Vick, Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: See: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part III) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, Men from towns other than Logansport - (Surnames Q-Z)
 
ROGILLIO, Eugene W., Rogillioville. (West Feliciana Parish). Listed on photo as being from Rogilioville. (misspelled)
Note #1:
Eugene W. Rogillio 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 12, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ROMAIN, Joseph, McDonoughville. (? Parish). Probably: McDonoghville in Jefferson Parish.
ROPER, William A., Little Woods. (Orleans Parish)
ROY, Odis, Bunkie. (Avoyelles Parish)

RUSSELL, John C., Jena. (Catahoula, LaSalle or Tangipahoa Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John C. Russell 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
141st Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: November 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 08 Grave 40
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2:He may be this soldier:
John C. Russell 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
142nd Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Iowa
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 14 Grave 11
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
RUTH, Alvion, De Ridder. (Beauregard Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Albion W. Ruth 
Private, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Idaho
Died: July 19, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
SARRIE, Isaac C., Houma. (Terrebonne Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Isaac C. Savoie 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SAUREZ, Milton G., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

SCHUTZMAN, Walter, Ethel. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1:
Walter J. Schutzman 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 16, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 26 Grave 14
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
SCOTT, Sam R., Covington. (St. Tammany Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Sam Scott 
Private, U.S. Army
334th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: September 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 06 Grave 16
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
SHEFFIELD, John, Stanton. (Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John M. Sheffield 
Private, U.S. Army
Coast Artillery Corps 
Entered the Service from: Georgia
Died: October 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 03 Grave 08
Brookwood American Cemetery
Brookwood, England 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SHIELDS, Lex, Blenville. (misspelled). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Lex SHIELDS, Bienville.(Bienville Parish)
SILMAN, Benjamin F., Atlanta. (Winn Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Benjamin F. SILMAN, Atlanta. (W.A.) 
SIMONS, Wright E., Chatham. (Jackson Parish)
SLAY, Lester, Mira. (Caddo Parish). See listing, below:
SLAY, Lester, Myra. (Should be: Mira). (Caddo Parish). Pvt. Lester Slay (K.A.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing, above. Also listed below as (D.A.).

SMITH, Clarence J., Roseland. (Tangipahoa Parish)
Note #1:
Clarence J. Smith 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
114th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 05 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
SPENCER, John C., Aite City. (? Parish). May be: Amite in Tangipahoa Parish.
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John C. Spencer 
Corporal, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Tennessee
Died: October 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 42 Grave 17
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
STACKHOUSE, Eugene, Wrigert. (? Parish)
Note #1:
Eugene Stackhouse 
Private, U.S. Army
102nd Infantry Regiment, 26th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 26, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
STAFFORD, Herbert, Manderville. (misspelled?). (? Parish). Probably: Mandeville in St. Tammany Parish.
Note #1:
Herbert Stafford 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
STAGG, Malcolm M., Churchpoint. (Acadia Parish). Probably: Church Point.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Malcolm M. Stagg 
Private, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: September 13, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

STEPHENS, Thomas W., Leesville. (Vernon Parish)
STEWART, Stannie W., Minden.(Webster Parish) 
ST. JOHN, Dennie C., Bernice. (Union Parish)
SULLIVAN, Clarence, Laberine. (? Parish)

SUTTON, Fletcher B., Mount Lebanon. (Bienville Parish)
Note #1:
Fletcher B. Sutton 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 29 Grave 04
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SYLVE, Herman, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Probably: Pvt. Herman SYLVE, Algiers. (Orleans Parish)

SYLVESTRE, Francis, Breaux Bridge. (St. Martin Parish)
Note #1:
Francis Sylvestre 
Private, U.S. Army
368th Infantry Regiment, 92nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 06 Grave 35
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
TARTER, Ellis H., Colfax. (Grant Parish)
Note #1:
Ellis H. Tarter 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 03 Grave 24
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
THIBODEAUX, William I., St. Martinville. May be: Martinville in St. Tammany Parish.

THOMAS, Arless, Elton. (Jefferson Davis Parish)
Note #1:
Arless E. Thomas 
Corporal, U.S. Army
11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 14, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 22 Grave 18
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
THOMAS, Cody C., Haynesville. (Claiborne Parish)
Note #1:
Cody C. Thomas 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 32 Grave 05
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

THOMAS, Fagan, Jr., McCrea. (Pointe Coupee Parish)
TORRILLIAUX, Leon, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
TRAHAN, Claude, Baldwin.(St. Mary Parish) 
TUBBS, Benjamin T., Farmersville. (misspelled). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Ben T. TUBBS, Farmerville. (Union Parish)
VARANDO, Virgil V., Mount Hermon. (Washington Parish)
VIDACOVICH, Demetre, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
WALKER, Lee A., Cooper. (Caldwell Parish). May be the soldier, below:
WALKER, Lee A. Pickering. (Vernon Parish). Pvt. Lee A. Walker (K.A.). (Supplement in Volume III). May be the soldier listed, above.
WHATLEY, Vincent, Edin. May be: Eden in Catahoula, LaSalle, or Pointe Coupee Parish.
WIGGINS, Bennie, Willhite. (? Parish)
WILEY, William G., Shongaloo. (Webster Parish)

WILLIAMS, Elias, Zona. (Washington Parish). See listing directly below. See note at bottom.
Note #1: 
Elias Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
12th Machine Gun Battalion, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 17 Grave 33
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WILLIAMS, Elias, Zona. (Washington Parish). Pvt. Elias Williams (K.A.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing directly above.

WILLIAMS, Wilfred, Bayou La Fourche. (? Parish)
Note #1: 
Wilfred Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 32 Grave 35
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Awards: Distinguished Service Cross
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILSON, Jennings B., Oil City. (Caddo Parish)
Note #1:
Jennings B. Wilson 
Private, U.S. Army
39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 11 Grave 25
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILSON, Ross, South Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: 
Ross Wilson 
Private, U.S. Army
365th Infantry Regiment, 92nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 22 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part III) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, Men from towns other than Logansport - (Surnames Q-Z)

WOMACK, Tollie R., Manifest. (Catahoula Parish)
WOODALL, Horace V., Malalbany. (misspelled?). (? Parish). Probably: Pvt. Horace V. WOODALL, Natalbany. (Tangipahoa Parish)

WOODS, Robert A., Delhi. (Richland Parish)
Note #1: 
Robert A. Woods 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 14 Grave 03
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

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DIED OF WOUNDS (D.W.)



Lieutenants

ALLAIN, Charles De V., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Charles Dev Allain 
Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army
United States Army 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 17 Grave 05
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

FICK, Everett Sleeter, Winnfield. (Winn Parish) 
NOLTE, Robert W., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
OLDHAM, Ralph, Longleaf. (Rapides Parish)


Sergeants

HUNT, Feve Lee, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish). Listed on photo as: Sgt. F. L. HUNT, Jr., Shreveport.
LOWE, Robert F., Campti. (Natchitoches Parish)

McCAYWOOD, Percy, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Percy Mc Caywood (Percy McCAYWOOD)
Sergeant, U.S. Army
369th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New York
Died: August 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 27 Grave 24
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MILLER, Emile F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

PAYNE, Wortham J., Cheneyville. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1: 
Wortham J. Payne 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
3rd Machine Gun Battalion, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 04 Grave 01
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Awards: Distinguished Service Cross
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
STILLER, Michael Jos., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Probably the same as: Sgt. Michael J. STILLER, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish) (K.A.) above?
Note #1: 
Michael J. Stiller 
Sergeant, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 23 Grave 11
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Corporals

AUCOIN, Joseph W., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish)

McCLENDON, Madge, Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: 
Madge Mc Clendon (Madge McCLENDON)
Private, U.S. Army
354th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 16 Grave 38
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: Mother = Mrs. Mary McClendon who lived in De Ridder, Beauregard Parish, LA in 1930. Her son was in Co. H, 354th Inf.

SIMMONS, Gustave, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Listed on photo as: Cpl. Gustav SIMMONS, New Orleans. (K.A.)


Cook

MILLER, Alex, Crawford. (St. Tammany Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Alex Miller 
Private, U.S. Army
319th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Mississippi
Died: January 5, 1919
Buried at: Plot D Row 39 Grave 05
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Wagoners

CASSELL, Jessie, Woodsworth. (Rapides Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Jessie CASSELL, Woodsworth. (K.A.)

COOKIELD, Archie L., Bermuda. (Natchitoches Parish). Probably listed below as: COCKFIELD, Archie L., Bermuda. (D.D.). And on photo as: Wagr. Archie L. COCKFIELD (D.D.)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Archie L. Cockfield 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
Headquarters Troop, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 12 Grave 13
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
McCAUSLAND, Robert G., Jackson. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1: 
Robert G. Mc Causland (Robert G. McCAUSLAND)
Wagoner, U.S. Army
110th Machine Gun Battalion, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 24, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 07 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Privates

ANDRUS, Willie, Opelousas. (St. Landry Parish)

AUCOIN, Horace, Chataignier. (Evangeline Parish). May be: Pvt. Horace AUCOIN, Chalignier. (Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Horace Aucoin 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 06 Grave 41
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

AUGUSTINE, James, Kinder. (Allen Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. James AUGESTINE, Kinder.
BAILEY, George, Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish)
BALLAD, Gaston O., Amite. (Tangipahoa Parish)


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Privates - Continued 

BAUDRY, Octave, Jr., Lutcher. (St. James Parish)

BELL, Edward P., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Edward P. Bell 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
13th Field Artillery Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 04 Grave 25
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
BOOTY, Matt, Flora. (Natchitoches Parish)

BOUDREAUX, Henry J., Bellerose. (Assumption Parish)
Note #1:
Henry Boudreaux 
Private, U.S. Army
128th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 06 Grave 40
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BOURGUE, Willie, Cade. (St. Martin Parish) This might be the same as: Willie BOURQUE, Cades. (Probably: Cade in St. Martin Parish) (D.D.)
BOURGEOIS, Sully, Jeanerett. (misspelled). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Sully BOURGEOIS, Jeanerette. (Iberia Parish) (K.A.)
BURNS, Robert H., Covington. (St. Tammany Parish)
BUSH, Bruce B., Leesville. (Vernon Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. B. B. BUSH, Leesville.

CAIN, John, Leesville. (Vernon Parish). May be listed on photo as: Pvt. J. T. CAIN, Leesville. (K.A.)
Note #1: 
John T. Cain 
Private, U.S. Army
355th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 21 Grave 20
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CALASCIONE, Frank, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Frank Calascione 
Private, U.S. Army
313th Field Artillery Regiment, 80th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: November 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 15 Grave 34
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CHOATE, Elmer, Esther. (Vermilion Parish)
Note #1: 
Elmer Choate 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 28 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

CODY, Thomas C., Haynesville. (Claiborne Parish)
COLEMAN, Brown W., Hineston. (Rapides Parish)
CORBETT, Clarence, Colfax. (Grant Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Clarence W. CORBETT, Colfax.
CORTEZ, Arthur, Kraemer. (Lafourche Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer (K.A.) and Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer. (K.A.) in text above and Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer. (D.A.) in text below.
COX, George G., Kelly. (Caldwell Parish)
DALCOUR, Albert, Jefferson Parish.

DARCY, Claymeal, Gray. (Terrebonne Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Claymile J. Darcy 
Private, U.S. Army
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 15, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
DAVIS, J. B., Heflin. (Webster Parish)
Note #1: 
J. B. Davis 
Private, U.S. Army
18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 02 Grave 08
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DELCAMBRE, Anise, Deroven. (? Parish)

DILLARD, Roy P., Hope. (Iberia, St. John Baptist, or St. Martin Parish)
Note #1: 
Roy P. Dillard 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 31, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 18 Grave 10
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DUPLESSIS, Louis, Grand Isle. (Jefferson Parish)
DURO, Jerome, Oberlin. (Allen Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Jerome DURIO, Oberlin.

ENGROM, Leon, Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Leon Engrom 
Private, U.S. Army
804th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Indiana
Died: October 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 15 Grave 15
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

FARMER, Joseph H., Downville. (misspelled?) Probably: Downsville in Union Parish.

FEAZEL, Harvest G., Point. (Union Parish)
Note #1: 
Harvest G. Feazel 
Private, U.S. Army
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 23 Grave 24
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

FERRAND, Charles E., Columbia. (Caldwell or St. John Baptist Parish)
FRANK, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

GARY, Andrew, Jennings.(Jefferson Davis Parish)
Note #1: 
Andrew Gary 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 08 Grave 18
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
GASSENBERGER, George, Westwego. (Jefferson Parish)
Note #1: 
George Gassenberger 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: June 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 12 Grave 11
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
GAUDIN, Joseph C., Ascension. (? Parish or may be Ascension Parish)
Note #1: 
Joseph C. Gaudin 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 01 Grave 61
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
GIRIOR, Maurice, White Castle. (Iberville Parish)

HATHAWAY, Lindly, Clear Lake. (Natchitoches Parish)

HEMMERLING, Loren A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Loren A. Hemmerling 
Private, U.S. Marine Corps
5th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 24 Grave 29
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

HILL, John, Burnside. (Ascension Parish)
HOOD, Scott L., Bastrop. (Morehouse Parish)
HOTARD, Lenox, Bourg. (Terrebonne Parish)
HYMEL, Edgar J., Rayman. May be: Raymond in Jefferson Davis Parish.
IMHOFF, George L., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

JACKSON, John L., New Iberia.(Iberia Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John L. Jackson 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
61st Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Missouri
Died: October 17, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 32 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

JOHNSON, William H., Sartori. (Rapides Parish)
JORDON, Miles F., Florien. (Sabine Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Miles F. JORDAN, Florien.
LACOUR, Louis L., Moreauville. (Avoyelles Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Louis L. LACOUR, Moreanville. (misspelled) (K.A.)

LANDRY, Frank, Port Barres. Probably: Port Barre in St. Landry Parish.
Note #1:
Frank Landry 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 36 Grave 01
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
LARM, Joseph R., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Joseph R. Larm 
Private, U.S. Army
126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 35 Grave 11
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

LEMOINE, Murphy P., Bordelonville. (Avoyelles Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Murphy P. LEMOINE, Bordelonville, (K.A.)  
LEMOINE, Robert P., Bordelonville. (Avoyelles Parish)
LITTLETON, Curtis, Effie. (Avoyelles Parish)
MAGEE, Homer Benton, Franklinton. (Washington Parish). See note at bottom.

MANUEL, Sidney, Mamou. (Evangeline Parish)
Note #1: 
Sidney Manuel 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 05 Grave 32
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MARTIN, L. S., Lafayette. (Lafayette or Orleans Parish)

McPHERSON, Gladys, Delhi. (Richland Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Gladys Mc Pherson (Gladys McPHERSON)
Private, U.S. Army
6th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Alabama
Died: October 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 21 Grave 23
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MEEKS, Clyde P., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish) 
MERIDETH, Henry E., Columbia. (Caldwell or St. John Baptist Parish)
MILLER, Charles E., Flora. (Natchitoches Parish)
MILLER, Ralphton S., Mandeville. (St. Tammany Parish)
MOSELEY, King D., Coushatta. (Red River Parish)

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
MORRIS, William O., Mt. Hermon. (Washington Parish). May be: William Otis MORRIS or Otis William MORRIS, see note at bottom.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Otis W. Morris 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 14 Grave 22
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
NORRIS, James C., Georgetown. (Grant or Iberia Parish). Listed on photo as being from Selma in Grant Parish.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
James C. Norris 
Private, U.S. Army
109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Oklahoma
Died: July 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 06 Grave 54
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ONCALE, Bernard F., Labadieville. (Assumption Parish)
ORR, William H., Bruce. (? Parish). May be: Brule (Assumption or Lafourche Parish)
PAXTON, Oscar F., Slaughter. (East Feliciana Parish)
PETERS, Gordon L., Natchitoches. (Natchitoches Parish). Probably listed on photo as: Pvt. Gordon G. PETERS, Natchitoches.

PETERS, Michael I., East Peru. (? Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Michael I. Peters 
Private, U.S. Army
349th Infantry Regiment, 88th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Iowa
Died: September 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 15 Grave 33
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PHILIPS, Clyde L., Glenmora. (Rapides Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Clyde L. PHILLIPS, Glenmora.
PLAISANCE, Henry J., Lockport. (Lafourche Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Henry PLAISANCE, Lockport.
PONTIOUS, Russell M., Norwitch. (? Parish)
PREVOT, Adras J., Mansura. (Avoyelles Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Adros I. PRIVOT, Mansura.
PUCIO, Luke, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
RAINS, J. H., Pleasant Hill. (Bienville, Jackson, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or Winn Parish)
RICKERSON, Duther P., Dubberly. (Webster Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Luther P. RICKERSON, Dubberly.

ROACH, James H., Ivan. (Bossier Parish)
Note #1: 
James H. Roach 
Private, U.S. Army
11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 26 Grave 21
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ROLLINS, Louis, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

SALLINGER, Lloyd Arthur, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Lloyd A. Sallinger 
Private, U.S. Marine Corps
6th USMC Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 11 Grave 09
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
SALZER Louis, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Louis Salzer 
Private, U.S. Army
16th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 09 Grave 18
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SCHUTH, Gustave E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
SINGLETARY, Charles N., Oberlin. (Allen Parish)
SMITH, Lee E., Pineville. (Rapides Parish)
SOLOMON, Edwin, Breaux Bridge. (St. Martin Parish)

STRAYHAN, Clark H., Bossier Parish.
Note #1: 
Clark H. Strayhan 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 01 Grave 23
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

TERRARA, Louis J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
THOMAS, Leonard J., Bryceland. (Bienville Parish)

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
TRIPLETT,  James M., Melville. (St. Landry Parish)

TUPRO, George, New Iberia.(Iberia Parish)

VAUTRAIN, Alexander E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Alexander E. Vautrain 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
1st Sanitary Trains, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: June 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 02 Grave 13
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

VIDRINE, George, Vine Platte. (? Parish). Probably: Ville Platte in Evangeline Parish.
WEBRE, Walter B., Union. (St. James Parish)
WILLIAMSON, W. C., Blanchard. (Caddo Parish). Pvt. W. C. Williamson (D.W.) (Supplement in Volume III)
WITTERA, Joseph J., Kalin. (? Parish)
WYRICK, Benjamin, Mira. (Caddo Parish). See listing, below:
WYRICK, Benjamin O., Mira. (Caddo Parish). Pvt. Benjamin O. Wyrick (D.W.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing, above.

YOUNG, Henry, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Henry Young 
Private, U.S. Army
370th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Illinois
Died: September 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 01 Grave 14
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Henry A. Young 
Private, U.S. Army
30th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Massachusetts
Died: July 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 08 Grave 32
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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DIED OF DISEASE (D.D.)



Captains

ARCHAMBAULT, August B., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)


Lieutenants

BROGAN, Lawrence E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
DANIEL, George E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
JOHNSON, Gosta N., Goodpine. (LaSalle Parish)
LAND, David T., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
MELTON, Allen L., Coushatta. (Red River Parish)
MILTENBERGER, William F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

PHILLIPS, Walter A., Barbrook. (? Parish). May be: Barbreck in St. Landry Parish.
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Walter A. Phililips 
Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army
345th Infantry Regiment, 87th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 04 Grave 23
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Walter A. Phillips 
First Lieutenant, U.S. Army
1st Aero Squadron 
Entered the Service from: Oregon
Died: October 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 35 Grave 04
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #3: He may be this soldier:
Walter Phillips 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
166th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Ohio
Died: July 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 08 Grave 04
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Sergeants

BAILEY, Frank, Woodland. (Plaquemines Parish)
BENTLEY, Joseph N., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

CARROLL, Charles W., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Charlie W. Carroll 
Mechanic, U.S. Army
120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: September 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 19 Grave 07
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
FOLSE, Arthur Francis, Lauderdale. (Allen or St. James Parish)
Note #1:
Arthur F. Folse 
First Sergeant, U.S. Army
7th Engineer Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: March 26, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
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FORD, Louis, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
HAVARD, William C., Bunkie. (Avoyelles Parish)

JONES, Andrew E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Andrew Z. Jones 
Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army
General Headquarters 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 06 Grave 28
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

LEFORT, Ferdinand J., Thibodaux.(Lafourche Parish) 
MARTIN, Irwin S., Mansura. (Avoyelles Parish)
MIGUES, Sidney J., Rayne.(Acadia Parish)
MOORE, Frank A., Jeanerette. (Iberia Parish)
PITTS, Benjamin H., Colfax. (Grant Parish)
SAUCIER, Currey J., Plaucheville. (Avoyelles Parish)

SONIAT, Gustave L., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Gustave Lecn Soniat (Typo? Probably: Gustave Leon SONIAT) 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
114th Field Signal Battalion, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 16, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 11 Grave 09
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
STEWART, James. Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
James Stewart 
Private, U.S. Army
147th Infantry Regiment, 37th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: September 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 22
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
James M. Stewart 
Private, U.S. Army
318th Infantry Regiment, 80th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Virginia
Died: September 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot E Row 35 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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WILLIAMS, Asident, Arcadia. (Bienville Parish)
ZITZMANN, John O., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). He may be listed above as: J. C. ZITZMANN, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). (K.A.)


Corporals

BERGERON, Wiltz H., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
CLAIBORNE, George, Anchors. (? Parish). Probably: Anchor in Pointe Coupee Parish.
COLLINS, Isaac J., Gena. (? Parish). Probably: Jena in Catahoula, LaSalle or Tangipahoa Parish.

COLLINS, Lawrence, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Lawrence Collins 
Corporal, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 1, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 10 Grave 06
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
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Not Listed Here, but photo is in Photo Section:
CULLENS, Carneal C., St. Joseph. (Tensas Parish) 

DRODDY, Herbert L., Hawthorne. (Vernon Parish) (Note: The initial "L" is a little "iffy.")
Note #1:
Herbert L. Droddy 
Corporal, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 11, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 39 Grave 13
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
EARLE, William, Bayou Goula. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1:
William Earle 
Corporal, U.S. Army
326th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 17, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 46 Grave 12
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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FORD, Leonard, Houma.(Terrebonne Parish) 
FRAZIER, Edgar T., Gibsland. (Bienville Parish)
GRIFFIN, James, Bernice. (Union Parish)
HICKMAN, Clark, Colfax. (Grant Parish)
LECOMPTE, Alvin J., Houma.(Terrebonne Parish) 
MORRIS, Herbert J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
MURPHY, Neil H., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

NELSON, James H., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
James H. Nelson 
Corporal, U.S. Army
345th Field Signal Battalion, 90th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: October 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 21 Grave 29
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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OGARA, John, Red River. (Pointe Coupee Parish)
SAUCIER, Abner, Momon. (? Parish)
SIMONEAUX, Samuel A., Plattenville. (Assumption Parish)

Not Listed Here, but photo is in Photo Section:
THIBODEAUX, M. G., Lockport. (Lafourche Parish)

VENABLE, Sidney, Louisa. (? Parish)
Note #1:
Sidney Venable 
Corporal, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 30, 1917
Buried at: Plot E Row 25 Grave 13
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

 

WARD, James G., Bayou Goula. (Iberville Parish). See listing directly below.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Jim Ward 
Private, U.S. Army
326th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Mississippi
Died: February 12, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 37 Grave 27
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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WARD, James G., Bayou Goula. (Iberville Parish). Cpl. James G. Ward (D.D.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing directly above.


Cook

FUSILLIER, Alfred, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
LAWRENCE, Francis H., Pineville. (Rapides Parish)

NELSON, John L., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Joe Nelson 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 22, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 09 Grave 28
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

TUITE, Bobert E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)


Mechanics

ORLANDO, Dominick, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Dominick Orlando 
Mechanic, U.S. Army
336th Machine Gun Battalion, 87th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 33 Grave 20
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WARD, Sam, Colfax. (Grant Parish)


Musician

CHAMBERS, Denis C., Denham Springs. (Livingston Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Dennis C. Chambers 
Musician, Third Class, U.S. Army
141st Field Artillery Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 40 Grave 13
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: Denis Chambers, Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.

Nurse

LIDE, Julia, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)


Wagoner

ANDERSON, Fred, Gilliam. (Caddo Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Fred Anderson 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
801st Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 15, 1919
Buried at: Plot D Row 42 Grave 16
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Frederick Anderson 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
372nd Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Virginia
Died: July 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 05 Grave 28
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
COCKFIELD, Archie L., Bermuda. (Natchitoches Parish). Probably listed in text above as: COOKIELD, Archie L., Bermuda. (D.W.) and he is probably listed on photo as: Wagr. Archie L. COCKFIELD, Bermuda. (D.D.)
Note #1: 
Archie L. Cockfield 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
Headquarters Troop, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 12 Grave 13
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
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GREEN, Thomas, Central. (East Baton Rouge, Terrebonne, or St. James Parish)
Note #1:
Thomas Green 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
803th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 01 Grave 07
Brookwood American Cemetery
Brookwood, England 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

KENNEDY, George R., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
SCHORTEN, Jesse S., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish). Probably: Wagr. Jesse E. SCHORTEN, Baton Rouge.
SCIPIO, Harry, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

SHELLEY, Gordon, Winnsboro.(Franklin Parish)
Note #1: 
Gordon Shelley 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
164th Infantry Regiment, 41st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 35 Grave 22
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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SMELLEY, Leon, Quitman. (Jackson Parish)
WILLIAMS, Mitchell C., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish)

WILSON, Sullivan, Wild Wood. (Assumption, Catahoula, DeSoto, or East Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1:
Sullivan Wilson 
Wagoner, U.S. Army
803th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 3, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 04 Grave 16
Brookwood American Cemetery
Brookwood, England 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


Privates

ADAMS, Frank J., Grappes Bluff. (Natchitoches Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Frank, Adams, Jr. 
Private, U.S. Army
148th Infantry Regiment, 37th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Wisconsin
Died: October 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 04 Grave 17
Flanders Field American Cemetery
Waregem, Belgium 
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ADAMS, Thomas, Kelly. (Caldwell Parish)
ADCOCK, Jury H., Spearville. (? Parish). Probably: Spearsville in Union Parish.
ALLINGHAM, Arthur E., Lafayette. (Lafayette or Orleans Parish)
AMOS, Clarence, Alliance. (Plaquemines or Sabine Parish)
ANDERSON, Charley, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

ANDERSON, Dave, Plaquamine. (? Parish). Probably: Plaquemine in Iberville Parish.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Dave Anderson 
Private, U.S. Army
309th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: May 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 26 Grave 09
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
ANDRUS, Louis E., Sulphur. (Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1: 
Louis E. Andrus 
Private, U.S. Army
13th Field Artillery Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 22 Grave 21
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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ARMAND, Edgar J., Cottonport. (Avoyelles Parish)
Note #1: 
Edgar J. Armand 
Private, U.S. Army
114th Military Police Company, 39th Infantry Divison 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 11, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 15 Grave 16
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ARMSTEAD, Matthew, Cheneyville. (Rapides Parish)
ARTON, John A., Jeanerette. (Iberia Parish)
AWBREY, Floyd, Homer. (Claiborne Parish)
BADEAUX, Michel, Arnaudville. (St. Landry or St. Martin). May be: Michael BADEAUX
BAKER, Beverly, Molden. (? Parish). May be: Mouton in Lafayette Parish.
BANKS, Thomas, Burtville. (East Baton Rouge Parish)

BARNHILL, Morris W., Elizabeth. (Allen Parish)
Note #1: 
Morris W. Barnhill 
Private, U.S. Army
9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 30, 1917
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 22
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BATISTE, Ed., Gretna. (Jefferson Parish). Edward BATISTE
BAUGHTOM, Tony, Rayville. (Richland Parish)

BECKER, Frederick, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Frederick Becker 
Private, U.S. Army
United States Army 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 11 Grave 27
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BELL, Marshall, Washington.(St. Landry)

BELLARD, Louis, Church Point. (Acadia Parish)
Note #1: 
Louis Bellard 
Private, U.S. Army
815th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 13 Grave 03
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BENNETT, Carroll T., Mitchell. (Sabine or Tangipahoa Parish)
Note #1: 
Carroll T. Bennett 
Private, U.S. Army
141st Field Artillery Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 30 Grave 33
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BERGERON, Albert Joseph, Thibodeaux. (? Parish). Probably: Thibodaux in Lafourche Parish. See listing directly below.
Note#1: 
Albert J. Bergeron 
Private, 
Headquarters, First Army 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 31 Grave 08
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BERGERON, Albert J., Thibodaux. (Lafourche Parish). Pvt. Albert J. Bergeron (D.D.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing directly above.
 
BISHOP, Philogene, Cameron. (Cameron Parish)
Note #1: 
Philogene Bishop 
Private, U.S. Army
311th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: January 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 16 Grave 05
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Cameron Parish Draft Registrations: 1917-18. Note that his name may be Thilogene BISHOP, but it could be a typo.
 
BLAIR, Edward, Jeanerett. (? Parish). Probably: Jeanerette in Iberia Parish.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Edward Blair 
Private, U.S. Army
521st Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: May 2, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 17 Grave 06
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Edward P. Blair 
Corporal, U.S. Army
49th Coast Artillery Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Rhode Island
Died: October 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 29 Grave 07
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
BOND, Thomas M., Hanesville. (? Parish). Probably: Haynesville in Claiborne Parish.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Thomas M. Bond 
Private, U.S. Army
II Corps Mobile Veterinarian Hospital 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: October 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 02 Grave 03
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BONNON, Paul St., Bayon Barbary. (? Parish). Probably: Bayou Barbary in Livingston Parish. May be: Paul Saint (or Stephen) BONNON
BORDELON, Fillmore William, Marksville. (Avoyelles Parish)
BOURGUE, Telesphor, Milton. (Lafayette Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Telesphore BOURGUE, Milton. (K.A.)
BOURQUE, Willie, Cades. (? Parish). Probably Cade, St. Martin Parish. This might be the same as: Pvt.Willie BOURGUE, Cade. (St. Martin Parish) listed above in the (D.W.) section.
BOWLING, Philip S., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

BOYLSTON, Benny, Saline. (Bienville Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Benie Boylston 
Private, U.S. Army
314th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: January 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 08 Grave 15
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BRADLEY, Edward, Dansville. (? Parish). Probably: Danville in Bienville Parish.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Edward J. Bradley 
Private, U.S. Army
214th Base Hospital 
Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: February 4, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 38 Grave 20
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BRADLEY, Ike, Morgan City. (St. Mary Parish)
Note #1: 
Ike Bradley 
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 26, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 07 Grave 03
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BRANCH, Foster, Zimmerman. (Rapides Parish)

BREAUX, Adolphe C., Atchafalaya. (St. Martin Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Adolph C. BREAUX
Note #1: 
Adolph C. Breaux 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 17 Grave 30
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
BREWER, John, Simpson. (Vernon Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John H. Brewer 
Private, U.S. Army
64th Field Artillery Brigade, 7th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Kansas
Died: November 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 23 Grave 35
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BRITTON, Earl, Dixie. (Caddo, Tensas, or Vernon Parish)
BROOKS, Pearl, Mana. (? Parish)
BROUSSARD, Jean, Carencro. (Lafayette Parish)
BROUSSARD, Landry J., Lowry. (Cameron Parish)

BROWN, Joe, Clara. (? Parish)
Note #1: 
Joe Brown 
Private, U.S. Army
816th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 12, 1919
Buried at: Plot H Row 10 Grave 15
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

BROWNE, Allsey O., Jr., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
BRYANT, Allie, Plain Dealing.(Bossier Parish) 
BRYANT, John H., Alexander. May be: Alexandria in Rapides Parish.
BRYANT, Tuck, Caushatta. (? Parish). Probably: Coushatta in Red River Parish.
BURAS, Frank, Empire. (Plaquemines Parish)
BURRELL, Benjamin, Sicily Island. (Catahoula Parish)

BUTLER, John R., Many. (Sabine Parish)
Note #1: 
John R. Butler 
Private, U.S. Army
United States Army 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 22, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 15 Grave 17
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

CAIN, Robert, Canebrake. (Concordia Parish)
CALWELL, Robert P., Minden.(Webster Parish)

CAMBRE, Leo, Iberville. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1: 
Leo Cambre 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 23 Grave 01
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CAMPBELL, Sidney, Arnaudville. (St. Landry or St. Martin)
Note #1: 
Sidney Campbell 
Private, U.S. Army
112th Trench Mortar Battery, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 22, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 26 Grave 30
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CARTER, Albert, Fairview. (Concordia Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Albert L. Carter 
Private, U.S. Army
18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Georgia
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 12 Grave 10
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
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CARTER, Chester, Rayville. (Richland Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Chester Carter 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
508th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: December 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 34 Grave 30
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CHARLTON, William E., Baker. (East Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1: 
William E. Charlton 
Private, U.S. Army
41st Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 20 Grave 28
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CLARK, Dee, Hanna. (Red River Parish)
Note #1: 
Dee Clark 
Private, U.S. Army
319th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 15 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

CLAY, Leonard Louis, Holden. (Livingston Parish)
COETS, Joseph A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

CONER, Henry, Crowville. (Franklin Parish)
Note #1: 
Henry Coner 
Private, U.S. Army
Headquarters Regiment, First Army 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 22 Grave 18
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CORKERN, Willis B., Begalusa. (Bogalusa is misspelled.) (Washington Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Willis B. COCKERN, Bogalusa.
Note #1: See note at bottom and a second note at bottom.

COSTANZA, Salvatore, Independence. (Tangipahoa Parish)
COX, Isaiah, Napoleonville. (Assumption Parish)

CRUMP, Willie, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Willie Crump 
Private, U.S. Army
815th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 24, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 25 Grave 01
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

CUTRER, Ambrose, Amite. (Tangipahoa Parish)
DAIGLE, Clarence G., Chamberlin. Listed on photo as: Pvt. Clarence G. DAIGLE, Chamberlain. (spelling?). Probably: Chamberlin in West Baton Rouge Parish.
DAVIS, Olie, Danville. (Bienville Parish)

DEARBORN, Paul, South Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: 
Paul Dearborne 
Private, U.S. Army
805th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 20, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 11 Grave 22
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

DEROUEN, Elea, Hayes. (Calcasieu Parish)
DEVEILLO, Joseph O., DeVille. (Rapides Parish). May be: Pvt. Joseph O. DEVILLE, DeVille. 
DIXON, Elliotte, Lawtell. (St. Landry Parish)
DONALDSON, James C., Hodge. (Jackson Parish)
DOUGLAS, Edmond, Irvinville. (? Parish)
DOUGLAS, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
DOWIES, Ira, Grant. (Allen or Grant Parish)
DRODDY, Mayo, Singer. (Beauregard Parish)
DROIN, Anthony, Darcyville. (? Parish)
DUCOTE, Lamar Paul, Cottonport. (Avoyelles Parish) 
DUNCAN, Lester, Colfax. (Grant Parish)
DUNN, Tom, Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
DUPAS, Horace, Moraville. (? Parish)

DUPLANTIS, Julius M., Lydia. (Iberia Parish)
Note #1: 
Julius M. Duplantis 
Private, U.S. Army
426th Motorized Supply Trains 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 9, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
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DUPRE, Peter C., St. Rose. (St. Charles Parish)
DURBIN, Murphy F., Independence.(Tangipahoa Parish) 
DURIO, Charles H., Sunset. (St. Landry Parish)

ELSON, Ernest, Wilson. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Ernest Elson 
Private, U.S. Army
323rd Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Illinois
Died: February 17, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 09 Grave 09
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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EMILIEN, Louis, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Louis Emilien 
Private, U.S. Army
524th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 35 Grave 09
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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ENLOE, Claude A., Hico. (Lincoln Parish)
FENCKBEINER, William, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
FIMIS, Lethy, Foules. (Catahoula Parish)
FINCKBEINER, William, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
FLUNDER, Grover L., Choudrant. (Lincoln Parish)

FONTENOT, Carley, Ville Platte.(Evangeline Parish). Probably: Charley FONTENOT
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Charley Fontenot 
Private, U.S. Army
111th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 5, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 14 Grave 17
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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FORD, John, Uletown. (? Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John Ford 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
Medical Department 
Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: October 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 41 Grave 31
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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FORD, Tom E., De Ridder. (Beauregard Parish) May be: Pvt. Tom H. FORD, De Ridder.
FOREMAN, Clophas, Ridge. (Bienville or Lafayette Parish)


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FORET, Euclid A., Lockport. (Lafourche Parish)
FORTINBERRY, Dave, Franklin.(St. Mary Parish) 
FRANCOIS, Joseph, Scott. (Lafayette Parish)
FRASER, John B., Garyville. (St. John Baptist Parish)
FRAZIER, Benjamin T., Minden.(Webster Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Benj. T. FRAZIER, Minden.

FRIERSON, Jim, Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: He may be listed here: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part IV) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana - Black Men from towns other than Logansport (Surnames E-G)

FULLWOOD, Stephen, Princeton. (Bossier Parish)
GAINES, Ed., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish). Probably: Edward GAINES
GALLOWAY, Jules F., Isabel. (Washington Parish). Probably: Pvt. Jule F. GALLAWAY, Isabel. See note at bottom and a second note at bottom.

GANDY, Guy I., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1: 
Guy I. Gandy 
Private, U.S. Army
306th Supply Trains, 81st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 33 Grave 38
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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GARCIE, James, Zwolle. (Sabine Parish)
GARRETT, Richmond B., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
GEORGE, Joe, Crowley. (Acadia Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John George 
Private, U.S. Army
United States Infantry 
Entered the Service from: Alabama
Died: October 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 22 Grave 19
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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Note #2: He may be this soldier:
John A. George 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
9th Transportation Corps Company 
Entered the Service from: South Dakota
Died: April 5, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 30 Grave 20
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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GERVAIS, Charles P., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
GHEE, Southern, Houma.(Terrebonne Parish) 
GILBERT, Oscar, Gandy. (Sabine Parish)
GIRLINGHOUSE, Mattie, Ollie(Plaquemines Parish) May be: Pvt. Mattie GIRLINGHOUSE, Olla. (LaSalle Parish)
GIVENS, Oliver, Wilmer. (Tangipahoa Parish)
GLEASON, Allen, Plain Dealing.(Bossier Parish) 
GORDON, Jarred, Wisner. (Franklin Parish)

GORDON, Jimmie, Sicily Island. (Catahoula Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
James Gordon 
Corporal, U.S. Army
139th Infantry Regiment, 35h Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Kansas
Died: September 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 04 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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Note #2: He may be this soldier:
James A. Gordon 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
845th Transportation Corps Company 
Entered the Service from: Montana
Died: January 18, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 27 Grave 16
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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GOUBLER, Emile T., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
GOUDEAU, Sheridan, Big Cane. (St. Landry Parish)
GRANT, Hearsey E., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)

GREEN, David, Allendale. (Vernon or West Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1: 
David Green 
Private, U.S. Army
369th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New York
Died: September 26, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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GREEN, Frank, Ferriday. (Concordia Parish)
GREEN, Robert, New Iberia.(Iberia Parish) 
GREENBECK, Ferdinand E., Greenfield. (East Carroll)

GRIFFEN, Sam, Bolivar. (Tangipahoa Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Sam Griffi
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 24 Grave 21
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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GROTEVANT, Earl E., Lake Charles. (Calcasieu Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Earl GROTEVANT, Lake Charles.
Note #1: 
Earl E. Grotevant 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
121st Infantry Regiment, 31st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 42 Grave 36
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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GUATE, Rochilio, St. Bernard Parish.
GUIDRY, Philip, Sunset. (St.Landry Parish)
GUILLORY, Levy, Center Point. (Avoyelles Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Lery GUILLORY, Centerpoint.
HAIR, Louis, Florenville. (St. Tammany Parish)
HAIRE, Luther E., Pleasant Hill. (Bienville, Jackson, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or Winn Parish)

HALL, James, Lake Providence. (East Carroll Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
James Hall 
Private, U.S. Army
120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Kentucky
Died: September 29, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
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HALL, Louis, Clayton. (Concordia or Union Parish)
Note #1: 
Lewis F. Hall 
Corporal, U.S. Army
145th Infantry Regiment, 37th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Ohio
Died: September 26, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 36 Grave 28
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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HAMILTON, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Joseph A. Hamilton 
Private, U.S. Army
355th Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Nebraska
Died: November 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 11 Grave 14
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Joseph E. Hamilton 
Private, U.S. Army
114th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: October 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 04 Grave 38
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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HAMILTON, Lorenzo, Donaldsonville.(Ascension Parish)
HANKS, Emile, Rayne.(Acadia Parish)
HARRIS, Willie, Boyce. (Rapides Parish)
HARRISON, Ebb Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
HEBERT, Alcide, Franklin. (St. Mary Parish)

HENDRICKS, Jesse, Marion. (Union Parish)
Note #1
Jesse Hendricks 
Private, U.S. Army
318th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 20, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 31 Grave 26
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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HERBERT, Whitney, Thibodeaux. (? Parish). Probably: Thibodaux in Lafourche Parish.

HESSER, Joseph B., Butler. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: See: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part III) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana Men from towns other than Logansport - (Surnames H-P)

HIGGANBOTHAM, Charlie, Tinus. (? Parish)
HIGINROTHAM, Henry, Morgan City. (St. Mary Parish)
HILL, Wright, Juston. (? Parish). May be: Justina in Tensas Parish.

HOBGOOD, Henry W., Jackson. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1: 
Henry W. Hobgood 
Private, U.S. Army
359th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 22, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 11 Grave 20
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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HOLLINS, Fred, Mansuria. (? Parish). Probably: Mansura in Avoyelles Parish.

HOTARD, Charles R., Montegut. (St. John Baptist or Terrebonne Parish)
Note #1: 
Charles R. Hotard 
Private, U.S. Army
141st Field Artillery Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 18 Grave 09
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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HOUK, Herbert S., De Ridder. (Beauregard Parish)
Note #1: 
Herbert S. Houk 
Private, U.S. Army
Coast Artillery Corps 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 29 Grave 11
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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HOUSE, Walter, Archibald. (Richland Parish)
Note #1: 
Walter House 
Private, U.S. Army
805th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 5, 1919
Buried at: Plot H Row 10 Grave 23
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

HOWARD, Fred, Elizabeth. (Allen Parish)
HUHNER, Louis J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). See listing, below:
HUHNER, Louis J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Pvt. Louis J. Huhner (D.D.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing above.
HUNTER, George C., Minden.(Webster Parish) 
HUNTER, Nuell, Pleasant Hill. (Bienville, Jackson, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or Winn Parish)
ISBELL, Richard C., McDonaghville. (? Parish). Probably: McDonoghville in Jefferson Parish.
JACKSON, Frank T., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

JACKSON, Arthur, McDade. (Bossier Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Arthur J. Jackson 
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Missouri
Died: October 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 22 Grave 03
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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JACKSON, John, Bostcoe. (? Parish). Probably: Bosco in Ouachita Parish.
Note #1: 3 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

JACKSON, Sam, Wilson. (East Feliciana Parish)
JACKSON, Leo, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

JAMES, John, Covington. (St. Tammany Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John H. James 
Private, U.S. Army
306th Infantry Regiment, 77th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New York
Died: October 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 40 Grave 13
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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JAMES, John A., Lake Charles.(Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1: Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John A. James 
Private, U.S. Army
317th Ammunition Trains, 92nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: December 9, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 23 Grave 18
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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JAMES, Joe D., Alexandria.(Rapides Parish) 
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Joseph D. James 
Private, U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 15, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 11
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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JEFFERSON, Walter, Monow. (? Parish)
JEWELL, Hewitt C., Mix. (Pointe Coupee Parish)

JOHNSON, Henry, Powhatan. (Natchitoches Parish)
Note #1: 8 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
JOHNSON, Jacob, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Jacob Johnson 
Mechanic, U.S. Army
813th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: February 28, 1919
Buried at: Plot H Row 23 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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JOHNSON, Richard C., Markville. (Avoyelles Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Richard C. JOHNSON, Marksville. (Avoyelles Parish) (D.W.)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Richard Johnson 
Private, U.S. Army
119th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: October 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 21 Grave 12
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
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JOHNSON, Spencer, Toma Town. (? Parish)
Note #1:
Spencer Johnson 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
803th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 11 Grave 09
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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JOINER, Robert Marion, Tickfaw. (Tangipahoa Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Robert M. JOINER, Tickfaw.

JONES, George, Norwood. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1: 5 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
JONES, Henry, Jr., Church Point. (Acadia Parish)
Note #1: 4 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
JONES, Jesse Boyd, Bienville. (Bienville Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Jesse Jones 
Private, U.S. Army
309th Trench Mortar Battery, 84th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Indiana
Died: November 6, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 39 Grave 29
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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JONES, Phaton, Westlake. (Natchitoches, Orleans, or Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1:
Phanton Jones 
Private, U.S. Army
801st Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 25 Grave 27
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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JUISTI, Daniel J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Daniel John Juisti 
Private, U.S. Army
163rd Infantry Regiment, 41st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 34 Grave 35
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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KELLY, Edmund, Plaquemine. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1: 
Edmond Kelly 
Private, U.S. Army
341st Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 10, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 03 Grave 30
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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KELSO, John, Enid. (? Parish)
KING, Joseph W., Houma.(Terrebonne Parish)
KYLE, John M., Converse. (Sabine or West Feliciana Parish)
LA BLANC, Victor, Maisville. (? Parish)
LACABE, Warren B., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

LADNIER, William F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
William C. Ladnier 
Quartermaster Sergeant, U.S. Army
801st Stevadore Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Mississippi
Died: October 31, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 31 Grave 19
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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LA FASSE, Louis, Ged. (Calcasieu Parish) 
LA JOURNES, Myrtle Q., Bayou Lurie. (? Parish)
LANDHART, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

LANDRY, Ignace, Jeanerette. (Iberia Parish)
Note #1:
Ignace Landry 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 15 Grave 10
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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LAVELY, Willie, Bunkie. (Avoyelles Parish)
LE COMPTE, Lester, Houma. (Terrebonne Parish)

LEE, Robert, Farewell. (? Parish)
Note #1: 3 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
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LEE, Thomas, Oak Grove. (Ascension, Cameron, Grant, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or West Carroll Parish)
Note #1: 
Thomas J. Lee 
Private, U.S. Army
150th Infantry Regiment, 38th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 10, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
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Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Robert E. Lee 
Private, U.S. Army
370th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Illinois
Died: July 24, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 08 Grave 13
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
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LEE, William E., Jr., Pioneer. (West Carroll Parish)
LEWIS, Alfred, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)

LEWIS, Gleason, Thibodaux. (Lafourche Parish)
Note #1: 
Gleason Lewis 
Private, U.S. Army
312th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: January 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 05 Grave 35
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
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LEWIS, John, Rochelle. (Grant Parish)
Note #1: 4 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
LEWIS, Toliver M., Grove. (Webster Parish)
Note #1: 
Toliver M. Lewis 
Private, U.S. Army
Coast Artillery Corps 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 39 Grave 29
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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LILLERMAN, William, Empire. (Plaquemines Parish)
Note #1: 
William Lillerman, Jr. 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 17 Grave 05
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
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LINDSEY, Frank, Keithville. (Caddo Parish)
Note #1: 
Frank Lindsey 
Private, U.S. Army
53rd Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 27 Grave 08
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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LINDSEY, Freeman, Bend. (St. James Parish)

Not listed in text, but in photo section:
LINE, Francis K., Sioux City. ( ? Parish)
LINSCOMB, Ray, Echo. (Rapides Parish)
LITTLE, Francis P., Little Creek. (LaSalle Parish)
LOUIS, Alger, Iberville. (Iberville Parish)
LOVELL, Oliver, Alexandria. (Rapides Parish) 
LOWERY, Elmer, Scanlon. (? Parish)
LOWERY, Sullivan, Scanlon. (? Parish)

LUCKEY, Sidney, Ruston. (Lincoln Parish)
Note #1: 
Sidney Luckey 
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 3, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 41 Grave 16
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
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LUMAS, Joseph, St. Patrick. (? Parish)
MACKIE, Willie, Darlington. (St. Helena Parish)
MALONE, Odes, Marrogue. (? Parish)
MALVEAUX, Wilton, Duson. (Lafayette Parish)
MANGRUM, Will, Greenwood.(Caddo, East Baton Rouge, Plaquemines, St. Mary, or Terrebonne Parish) 
MARCELL, Maurice, Houma. (Terrebonne Parish) 
MARES, Joseph A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
MARKHAM, Charley, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)

MARTINE, Albert C., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Albert C. Martine 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
10th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 32 Grave 35
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MARTINE, John F., Burnside. (Ascension Parish)
Note #1: 
John F. Martine 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 22 Grave 15
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MASTIO, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Joseph Mastio 
Private, U.S. Army
50th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 20 Grave 15
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MATHEWS, George, Irvinville. (? Parish)

MATHIS, Caleb F., Dry Prong. (Grant Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Caleb F. Mathis 
Private, U.S. Army
38th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: November 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 20 Grave 29
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Military: 200 Grant Men Subject to WWI Draft Call, 1917, Grant Parish

MAY, Frank E., Gilbert. (Franklin Parish)

McCALL, Henry, Slidell. (St. Tammany Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Claudie H. Mc Call (Claudie H. McCall )
Private, U.S. Army
120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: April 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 37 Grave 30
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MCDADE, Ellis, Dodson. (Winn Parish)
Note #1: 
Ellis Mc Dade (Ellis McDade)
Private, U.S. Army
319th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: January 15, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 11 Grave 31
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

McHENRY, Velle, Kelly. (Caldwell Parish)
McKEITHEN, Henry E., Clarks. (Caldwell Parish)

MCNABB, Jacob E., Bayou Barbary. (Livingston Parish)
Note #1: See: Jacob E. McNabb, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.

McVEA, Gid, Oaknolia. (East Feliciana Parish)
METCALF, Ezra, Keithville. (Caddo Parish)
MEREDITH, William J., Grayson. (Caldwell Parish)

MIGUEZ, Fernand J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Fernand J. Miguez 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Infantry Regiment, 64h Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: California
Died: August 14, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 40 Grave 15
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

MILLER, Ralphton, Mandeville. (St. Tammany Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Ralphton S. MILLER, Mandeville.
MILLER, Wilfred, St. Martinsville. Probably: Saint Martinville is in St. Martin Parish.
MONTALBANO, Frank, Donaldsonville.(Ascension Parish) 
MOORE, Goldman, Bastrop. (Morehouse Parish)
MOORE, Zeke M., Girard. (Richland Parish)
MORGAN, William D., Cheneyville. (Rapides Parish)
MORRISON, Claire E., Grundy Center. (? Parish)
MOSLY, Columbus, Sibley. (Lincoln or Webster Parish)
MOUTON, Paul, Lafayette. (Lafayette or Orleans Parish)
MOY, Ellie, West Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish)
NARCISSE, Sylvester, Linwood. (Plaquemines or St. Mary Parish)

NASH, Daniel, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Daniel Nash 
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 22 Grave 22
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
NELSON, Joe, Hainville. May be: Haynesville in Claiborne Parish.
Note #1: 
Joe Nelson 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 22, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 09 Grave 28
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

OFFRAY, Hamilton, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
OGARA, John, Red River. (Pointe Coupee Parish)

OLSON, Henry, Soldier. (? Parish). Probably: Retreat (variants names: Soldiers Retreat and Retreat Plantation) in West Feliciana Parish.
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Henry Olson 
Private, U.S. Army
110th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Montana
Died: October 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 33 Grave 32
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Henry L. Olson 
Private, U.S. Army
313th Engineer Regiment, 88th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: North Dakota
Died: October 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 03 Grave 28
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ONCALE, Edward P., Labadieville. (Assumption Parish)

OWEN, Charlie F., Haynesville. (Claiborne Parish)
Note #1: 
Charley F. Owen 
Private, U.S. Army
United States Army 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 33 Grave 34
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
PACE, Joseph R., Fullerton. (Vernon Parish)
Note #1: 
Joseph R. Pace 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
2nd Engineer Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 35 Grave 11
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
PALMER, Charles, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Charles Palmer 
Sergeant, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New York
Died: October 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 31 Grave 39
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Charles L. Palmer 
Private, U.S. Army
9th Machine Gun Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Ohio
Died: October 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 15 Grave 30
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PARK, Louis Joseph, New Iberia.(Iberia Parish)

PATRICK, Thomas E., Many. (Sabine Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Thomas Patrick 
Private, U.S. Army
38th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: June 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 12 Grave 31
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
PAUL, Philip, Plaquemine. (Iberville Parish)
Note #1: 
Philip Paul 
Private, U.S. Army
805th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 3, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 18 Grave 07
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PEET, John, Hollygrove. (Franklin Parish)
PEETOO, John, Hollygrove. (Franklin Parish)
PELOQUIN, Ernest, Fenton. (Jefferson Davis Parish)

PERRY, Joseph, Ruston. (Lincoln Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Joseph H. Perry 
Corporal, U.S. Army
372nd Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Michigan
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 04 Grave 19
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: He may be this soldier:
Leo Joseph Perry 
Private, U.S. Army
352nd Infantry Regiment, 88th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Kansas
Died: October 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 26 Grave 06
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PERRY, Sanders, Welsh. (Jefferson Davis Parish)

PETERSON, Laurence, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Laurence S. Peterson 
Private, U.S. Army
109th Engineer Regiment, 34th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 03 Grave 12
Brookwood American Cemetery
Brookwood, England 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PEYTON, Moses, Ac y. (Ascension Parish)

PIERCE, William A., Arcadia. (Bienville Parish)
Note #1: 
William A. Pierce 
Private, U.S. Army
59th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 29, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 09 Grave 17
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
POLLOCE, Jos., Plaquemine. (Iberville Parish). Joseph POLLOCE
Note #1: 
Joseph Polloce 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 20, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 28 Grave 04
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
PULLEN, Russell T., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1: 
Russell T. Pullen 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
142nd Machine Gun Battalion, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 08 Grave 17
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

QUINN, Phillip, Kentwood. (Tangipahoa Parish)
RAGAN, William B., Clarks. (Caldwell Parish)
RAMBIN, Martin, Grayson. (Caldwell Parish)
RAYMOND, Lewis, Bayou Current. (St. Landry Parish)
READ, Arthur, Mansfield. (DeSoto Parish)
REBICHAUX, Wilferd P., Houma. (Terrebonne Parish)
REED, Leonard M., Thibodaux. (Lafourche Parish)

RICHARDSON, Jacob, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Jacobs Richardson 
Private, U.S. Army
525th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 30 Grave 08
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
RIDLEY, Sun, Tallulah. (Madison Parish).
Note #1: 
Sun Ridley 
Private, U.S. Army
325th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 12, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 17 Grave 05
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: BIRTH INFORMATION: MALE RESIDENTS OF MADISON PARISH, LA In 1917-18: R-S SURNAMES. May be: Son RIDLEY born 12 Apr 1890 in Hope, LA

RIGHTEOUS, Hamp, Jr., Ethel. (East Feliciana Parish)

RILEY, James, Morgan City. (St. Mary Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
James J. Riley 
Private, U.S. Army
324th Infantry Regiment, 81st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Alabama
Died: October 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 33 Grave 39
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ROBERTS, Edward, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
ROBERTS, Ernest, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

ROBERTS, Willie, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Will Roberts 
Private, U.S. Army
Coast Artillery Corps 
Entered the Service from: Georgia
Died: October 6, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Brookwood American Cemetery
Brookwood, England 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ROBIN, Eugene, Lattie. (? Parish). May be: Lottie in Pointe Coupee Parish.

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Privates - Continued

ROBINSON, John S., Pearl River.(St. Tammany Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
John S. Robinson 
Private, U.S. Army
165th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Tennessee
Died: October 14, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
ROBINSON, Preston, Lucas. (Caddo or Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1: 
Preston Robinson, Jr. 
Private, U.S. Army
319th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 16, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 08 Grave 18
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

ROCK, Octave, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
ROMAGOSO, Bernard A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
ROSS, Charles A., Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish) 
ROZAS, William J., Elton. (Jefferson Davis Parish)
RUSLEY, Orange, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish) 
SAIZAN, Paul, Arnaudville. (St. Landry or St. Martin)
SAM, Alexis, Grankato. (? Parish)
SANCHES, Charles Joseph, Baton Rouge. (East Baton Rouge Parish). Listed on photo as: Cpl. Charles J. SANCHES, Baton Rouge.
SANDERS, Ode, Archibald. (Richland Parish)

SANO, Joseph, Bsickway. (? Parish)
Note #1: 
Joseph Sano 
Private, U.S. Army
319th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 21, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 16 Grave 04
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SCHAMBAUGH, Lawrence, Frey. (Acadia Parish)

SCHLOSSER, Laurence, Frenier. (St. John Baptist Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Arthur L. Schlosser 
Captain, U.S. Army
111th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: New York
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 43 Grave 34
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Awards: Belgium Chevalier de l'Ordre de Leopold
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SCHUMUCK, Tommie, Sinzburg. (? Parish)

SCOTT, Edmond, Gates. (Livingston Parish)
Note #1: 
Edmond Scott 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
335th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 15, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 34 Grave 07
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: Edmond Scott, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.
 
Not listed in text, but in photo section:
SEABURG, Carl J., Jackson. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Carl J S. Seaburg (probably: Carl J. SEABURG, Sr.)
Private First Class, U.S. Army
150th Infantry Regiment, 38th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Mississippi
Died: October 11, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
SELLERS, George T., Lottie. (Pointe Coupee Parish)
Note #1: 
George T. Sellers 
Private, U.S. Army
114th Engineer Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 04 Grave 19
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SENIER, Arthur, Lake Charles.(Calcasieu Parish) 
SERVAT, Ulysse R., Lafayette. (Lafayette or Orleans Parish)
SHEPARD, Joe, Natchitoches. (Natchitoches Parish)

SHIVERS, Vincent, Jr., Armistead. (Bienville or Red River Parish)
Note #1: 
Vincent Shivers, Jr. 
Private, U.S. Army
314th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 15, 1917
Buried at: Plot B Row 29 Grave 20
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SIMMONS, Sylvester, Montgomery. (Grant Parish)
SIMMONS, Wash, Vidalia. (Concordia Parish)

SIMS, James, Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish)
Note #1: 
James Sims 
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 1, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 20 Grave 11
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SINEGAL, Lovance, Norrisville. (? Parish)
SINGLETON, John, Rayne.(Acadia Parish) 
SMART, Jesse I., Oldfield. (Livingston Parish)
SMITH, Daniel M., Hicks. (Vernon Parish). May be: Pvt. Daniel M. SMITH, Mayo. (Vernon Parish)

SMITH, Henry I., Elton. (Jefferson Davis Parish)
Note #1: 4 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
SMITH, Isaac, Donaldsonville.(Ascension Parish)
Note #1:
Isaac Smith 
Private, U.S. Army
49th Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 29 Grave 09
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SOBERS, Herman E., Olive Branch. (East Feliciana Parish). Probably: Pvt. Herman E. SOBERS, Slaughter. (East Feliciana Parish)
SONNIER, Mayous, Basile. (Evangeline Parish). See listing, below:
SONNIER, Meyons, Basile. (Evangeline Parish). Pvt. Meyons Sonnier (D.D.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing, above.
SPEARS, Charlie, Kents Store. (East Feliciana Parish)
SQUARE, James, Keithville. (Caddo Parish)
STEPHENS, Kirby J., Burrsferry. Probably: Burr Ferry in Vernon Parish.
STEVENS, Willie, Campton. (? Parish)
STEWART, Lambert D., Lorien. (misspelled?). Probably listed on photo as: Pvt. Lambert D. STEWART, Florien.(Sabine Parish). (D.W.)

STINSON, Joe, Natchitock. (? Parish)
Note #1: 
Joe Stinson 
Private, U.S. Army
325th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 17 Grave 01
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

STOCKMAN, George W., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
STONE, William, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

SULLIVAN, John L., Ashland.(Concordia, Natchitoches, Tensas or Terrebonne Parish)
Note #1: 4 possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SULLIVAN, Mayce, Alexandria. (Rapides Parish) 
TENNYSON, James P., Alexandria.(Rapides Parish) 
THIBODEAUX, William, Lockport. (Lafourche Parish)

THOMPSON, George, Kilbourne. (West Carroll Parish)
Note #1:
George Thompson 
Private, U.S. Army
524th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 11, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 12 Grave 23
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

THORNTON, Howard, Bains. (West Feliciana Parish)

TILLMAN, Henry, Alexandria. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1:
Henry Tillman 
Private, U.S. Army
530th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 14, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 03 Grave 03
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
TINGLE, John M., Coushatta. (Red River Parish)
Note #1:
John M. Tingle 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: November 16, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 39 Grave 26
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

TISDALE, Elijah, Wisner. (Franklin Parish)

TRALOR, West, Holmes. (West Feliciana Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
West Tralor 
Private, U.S. Army
334th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: October 31, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 08 Grave 28
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
TROXLER, Adrian, Jr., Taft. (St. Charles Parish)
Note #1:
Adrian Troxler, Jr. 
Private, U.S. Army
325th Infantry Regiment, 82nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 16, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 21 Grave 29
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

TURNER, Eddie, Olive Branch. (East Feliciana Parish)

TURNER, Robert B., Eunice. (St. Landry Parish)
Note #1:
Robert B. Turner 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
114th Engineer Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: March 7, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 17
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
UNDERWOOD, Grant, Arcadia. (Bienville Parish)
Note #1:
Grant Underwood 
Private, U.S. Army
367th Infantry Regiment, 92nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: June 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 44 Grave 30
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
VAUGHN, Elwood, Pecan Island. (Vermilion Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Elwood J. VAUGHAN, Pecan Island.
Note #1:
Elwood J. Vaughan 
Private, U.S. Army
141st Field Artillery Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 15 Grave 02
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
VENTROY, Nicholas, Lafayette. (Lafayette or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Nicholas Ventroy 
Private, U.S. Army
316th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: January 8, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 38 Grave 27
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WADDELL, Albert, Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)

WALKER, Arthur, Poppado. (? Parish)
Note #1:
Arthur Walker 
Private, U.S. Army
803th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 27, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WALKER, Le Roy, Mowata. (Acadia Parish)

WARREN, Sam, Jr., Alfalfa. (Rapides Parish)
Note #1:
Sam Warren, Jr. 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 40 Grave 22
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WELCH, James L., Simpson. (Vernon Parish). See listing, below:
WELCH, James L., Simpson. (Vernon Parish). Pvt. James L. Welch (D.D.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing, above.
WEST, Fletcher, Clay. (Jackson Parish)
WHITE, Howard O., Ruston. (Lincoln Parish). See listing, below:
WHITE, Howard O., Ruston. (Lincoln Parish). Pvt. Howard O. White (D.D.) (Supplement in Volume III). See listing, above.

WHITFIELD, Fayette, Bogalusa. (Washington Parish) See note at bottom and a second note at bottom.
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Fayestte Whitfield 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 29 Grave 01
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WHITFIELD, Sam, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

WILLIAMS, Ben, Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish)
Note #1: 
Ben Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 21 Grave 14
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILLIAMS, Capus, Benson. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: See: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part IV) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana Men from towns other than Logansport - (Surnames W-Y)

WILLIAMS, Emperor, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

WILLIAMS, Ernest, Houma.(Terrebonne Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Ernest Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: July 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 27 Grave 11
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2:He may be this soldier:
Ernest W. Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: October 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 08 Grave 16
Somme American Cemetery
Bony, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILLIAMS, Gus, Benton. (Bossier Parish)
Note #1: 
Gus Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
49th Prisoner of War Escort Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 1, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 35 Grave 25
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILLIAMS, John, Pleasant Hill. (Bienville, Jackson, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or Winn Parish)
Note #1: He may be this soldier:
Johney Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
816th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 04 Grave 13
Brookwood American Cemetery
Brookwood, England 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WILLIAMS, Murphy, Venton. (? Parish). May be: Benton in Bossier Parish.
WILLIAMS, Watkin, Chasez. (? Parish). May be: Chase in Franklin Parish.
WILLIAMS, Wesley, Patterson. (St. Mary Parish)

WILLIE, Louis M., French Settlement. (Livingston Parish)
Note #1: See: Louis M. Willie, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.

WILLIS, Charles P., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish)

WILLIS, Henry, Chennyville. (? Parish). Probably: Cheneyville in Rapides Parish.
Note #1:
Henry Willis 
Private, U.S. Army
524th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 20, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 25 Grave 27
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILSON, Charles. Algiers. (Orleans Parish)
Note #1: 
Charles Wilson 
Private, U.S. Army
806th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 08 Grave 08
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILSON, Henry, Forest. (Natchitoches or West Carroll Parish)
Note #1: 
Henry Wilson 
Private, U.S. Army
141st Field Artillery Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 7, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 07 Grave 19
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WILSON, Joseph, Standard. (LaSalle or Vernon Parish)

WINDAY, Joseph, Crown Point. (Jefferson Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Joseph Windy 
Private, U.S. Army
528th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 14, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 38 Grave 07
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

WINDYBANK, Richard W., Loreauville. (Iberia Parish)
WOOTTON, Joseph E., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
WRIGHT, Hill, Ruston. (Lincoln Parish)
YOUNG, Charles F., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

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YOUNG, Cleveland, Burton. (St. James Parish)

YOUNG, Robert, West Baton Rouge. (West Baton Rouge Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Robert W. Young 
First Lieutenant, U.S. Army
61st Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Arkansas
Died: October 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 37 Grave 10
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database


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DIED OF ACCIDENT (D.A.)


Lieutenants


COLLINS, Ashton B., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
SIMON, Herbert J., Carson. (Beauregard Parish)


Cook

BIVENS, Earnest, Lake Charles. (Calcasieu Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Earnest Bivens 
Clerk, U.S. Army
331st Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Texas
Died: December 15, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 10 Grave 30
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

PEROT, Joseph, Breaux Bridge. (St. Martin Parish)
PROTHRO, Mathias H., Coushatta. (Red River Parish)


Privates

BAKER, Manco L., Minden.(Webster Parish). Also listed as (K.A.)

Not listed in text, but in photo section: 
BARR, Joseph B.
, Acme.(Concordia Parish)
Note #1:
Joseph B. Barr 
Private, U.S. Army
Coast Artillery Corps 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 6, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
CHAUVIN, Maldred, Abbeville.(Vermilion Parish)
Note #1:
Maldred Chauvin 
Private, U.S. Army
114th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 27, 1918
Buried at: Plot G Row 26 Grave 22
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

CHRISTIAN, Wilbur, Rayville. (Richland Parish)

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CHRISTY, Adam, Montgomery. (Grant Parish)
Note #1: Military: 200 Grant Men Subject to WWI Draft Call, 1917, Grant Parish
 
COHEN, Jake, Loganport. Probably: Logansport in DeSoto Parish.
Note #1:
Jake Cohen 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: See: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part I) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana

COMB, David, Remey. (? Parish). Probably: Remy in St. James Parish.
COOLEY, Oscar, Hicks. (Vernon Parish)
CORTEZ, Arthur, Kraemer. (Lafourche Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer. (K.A.) and listed as Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer. (K.A.) and Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ, Kraemer. (D.W.) in text above. There may be more than one Pvt. Arthur CORTEZ from Kraemer.
DELAHOUSSAYE, Clarence J., New Iberia.(Iberia Parish)

DIAMOND, Floyd B., Winnsboro.(Franklin Parish)
Note #1:
Floyd B. Diamond 
Private, U.S. Army
Headquarters Troop, 42nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: December 19, 1917
Buried at: Plot C Row 40 Grave 14
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
FORBES, John B., Ethel. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1:
John Forbes 
Private, U.S. Army
44th Replacement Training Center 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: March 11, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 06 Grave 20
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
FROST, Leon, Luna. (Ouachita Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Leon Frost 
Private, U.S. Army
20th Engineer Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Oklahoma
Died: May 31, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 11 Grave 32
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
GENEROUS, Louis, Bellers. (? Parish)
Note #1:
Louis Generous 
Private, U.S. Army
47th Infantry Regiment, 64h Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 5, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 05 Grave 12
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
GODFREY, George, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
George Godfrey 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
334th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: February 23, 1919
Buried at: Plot C Row 09 Grave 19
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

GREER, Abert L., Barren. (? Parish). May be: Barron in Rapides Parish.

HAPPICH, Peter L., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Peter L. Happich 
Private, U.S. Army
363rd Infantry Regiment, 91st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: California
Died: September 17, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 11 Grave 22
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

HAZEL, Winsom M., Dunn. (Richland Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Windsor M. HAZEL, Dunn.
HERBERT, Marcelus, Burtville. (East Baton Rouge Parish)

KEEL, Allen, Pinewood. (Vernon Parish)
Note #1:
Allen Keel 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

KING, Morris, Alexandria.(Rapides Parish)

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LAE, Gonzales, Davant. (Plaquemines Parish)

LANIR, Kress, Loinger. (? Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Press Lanier 
Private, U.S. Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 18, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 23 Grave 16
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
MABRY, Frank T., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Listed on photo as: Pvt. Frank T. MABRY, New Orleans. (K.A.)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Frank T. Mabry 
Private, U.S. Army
109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Washington
Died: August 10, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 16 Grave 09
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
MAGNON, Gustave, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Gustave A. Magnon 
Private, U.S. Army
28th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: July 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 14 Grave 28
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

McMAHON, Philip J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
OUBRE, Perre A., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)

PARISY, Joseph, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:
Joseph Parisy 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
233rd Military Police Company 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: April 5, 1919
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 33
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
PROFIT, Lewis, Clinton. (East Feliciana Parish)
Note #1:
Louis Profit 
Private, U.S. Army
803th Pioneer Infantry Regiment 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 27, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

RICHARDSON, Ira., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
SEILEY, William A., Alexandria.(Rapides Parish) 
SHARPE, T. H., La Marque. (? Parish)

SHERIDAN, John B., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
John B M. Sheridan 
Clerk, U.S. Army
Railway Artillery 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 30, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 14 Grave 33
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

SLAY, Lester, Mira. (Caddo Parish). Listed above as (K.A.).
SYLVESTER, Herbert L., Shreveport.(Caddo Parish) 
TUGGLE, Joe L., Minden.(Webster Parish)

WASHINGTON, Willie, New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Will Washington 
Private, U.S. Army
312th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: May 2, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 04 Grave 09
Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2: 3 other possible soldiers listed at ABMC.
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
WILLIAMS, Frank C., Derry. (Natchitoches Parish)
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Frank Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
Quartermaster Corps 
Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: October 5, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Suresnes American Cemetery
Suresnes, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Note #2:He may be this soldier:
Frank Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
370th Infantry Regiment, 93rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Ohio
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 17 Grave 31
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

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WOUNDED IN ACTION (W.A.)

The W.A. notation is used only in the "Photo Section" on book.

Sergeants

BARBIER, Alex J., White Castle. (Iberville Parish)
BREAUX, Dassas, Lockport. (Lafourche Parish)
BROUSSARD, Raoul M., Carencro. (Lafayette Parish)
SELF, William, Anacoco. (Vernon Parish).

Corporals

BENEFIELD, Out N., Haynesville. (Claiborne Parish)

Privates

ADAMS, Widless J., Gibson. (Terrebonne Parish)
BELLEAN, Willis, Chataignier. (Evangeline Parish)
BONNETTE, John I.
, Sycamore. (Concordia Parish)
CHAMPAGNE, Peldon, Henry. (Lincoln or Vermilion Parish).
CHAPMAN, Havard
, Ville Platte. (Evangeline Parish)
CHUSTZ, Lawrence, Wall. (? Parish). May be: Wall Settlement in Livingston Parish or Walls in West Baton Rouge or Winn Parishes.
COLE, Abner L., Oberlin. (Allen Parish)
CUMMINGS, Marlin W.
, Eros. ( Jackson Parish)
DAVIS, Leo M., Pleasant Hill. (Bienville, Jackson, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or Winn Parish)
DOUGHTY, Alex C., Bunkie. (Avoyelles Parish)
DUPBECHAIN, G. M., Port Barre. (St. Landry)
EDWARDS, George D., Battle. (East Feliciana Parish)
FREEMAN, Clarence, Ruston. (Lincoln Parish)
GAUDET, Lovincy L.
, Thibodausc. (? Parish). Probably: Thibodaux (Lafourche Parish)
GEORGE, Jimmie, Center Point. (Avoyelles Parish)
GRAFTON, Elzo, Bernice. (Union Parish)
HEBERT, Martin
, Breaux Bridge. (St. Martin Parish)
HERLONG, Lucils K., Delhi. (Richland Parish)
HUDSON, Edward T., Brittany. (Ascension Parish)
KAY, Fred B., Leesville. (Vernon Parish)
LEE, Natole, Lockport. (Lafourche Parish)
LEJEUNE, Enlece, Evangeline. (Acadia Parish)

MACK, Columbus, Otts Mills. ( Livingston Parish). Probably historic Otts Mills (Post Office) in Livingston Parish.
Note #1: See: Columbus Mack, U.S. Army Discharge Record, Livingston Parish, La.

MALONE, Archie D., Oak Grove. (Ascension, Cameron, Grant, Lincoln, Natchitoches, Sabine, or West Carroll Parish)
MAY, Charles A., Newellton. (Tensas Parish)
MAYES, Henry C.
, Kelly. (Caldwell Parish)
McBRIDE, Charles, Duson. (Lafayette Parish)
MELDER, Floyd E., Glenmora. (Rapides Parish).
MITCHELL, Levi, Simsboro.(Lincoln Parish)
NESOM, John N., Nesom. (East Feliciana Parish)
OLIVER, Hubert
, Egan. (Acadia Parish)
PAINTER, Murphy I., Gonzales. (Ascension Parish)
PERRY, Joseph M.,  Opelousas. (St. Landry Parish)
PLAISANCE, Adam, Barton. (Ascension Parish)
POUSSON, Willie, Iota. (Acadia Parish).
REECH, Sidney, Big Bend. (Avoyelles Parish)
RICHARDSON, G. R., Urania. (La Salle Parish)
SAVOIL, Absolom, Mathews. (Lafourche Parish). 
STAGG, Harry P., Pineville. (Rapides Parish)
STEWART, Eugius, Jamestown. (Bienville Parish).
STOCKMAN, James P., Forest Hill. (East Baton Rouge or Rapides Parish)
STOCKMAN, Robert M., Forest Hill. (East Baton Rouge or Rapides Parish)
TAUBER, Jehiel
, New Iberia. (Iberia Parish)
TORBERT, Emmett L., Torbert. (Pointe Coupee Parish)
TURNER, Robert D., Ten Mile. (Allen Parish)
TYLER, Howard D., Glenmora. (Rapides Parish)
VICE, Lloyd, Houma. (Terrebonne Parish)

WELLS, Robert H., Longstreet. (DeSoto Parish)
Note #1: See: World War I Draft Registration cards (Part III) - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana, Men from towns other than Logansport - (Surnames Q-Z)

WEST
, Lawrence, Pine Prairie. (Evangeline Parish). Pvt. Lawrence West (W.A.) (Supplement in Volume III.)
WELCH, Louis B., Rdbeline. (Should be: Robeline). (Natchitoches Parish). Pvt. Louis B. Welch (W.A.) (Supplement in Volume III.)
WHITTINGTON, David T., Grayson. (Caldwell Parish). Pvt. David T. Whittington (W.A.) (Supplement in Volume III.)

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Photos of Soldiers of the Great War

Pages 409 - 418 have 20 photos per page of soldiers. Some people are not listed above, while others are.

NOMENCLATURE
K.A. ..... Killed in Action
D.D. ..... Died of Disease
D.W. ..... Died of Wounds
D.A. ..... Died of Accident
W.A. ..... Wounded in Action (Note: This notation is only used on the actual photos, not the text record.)

Rank, Name, Reason for Death, Hometown (Parish)

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Uncertain locations:

Aite City. (? Parish). May be: Amite in Tangipahoa Parish.
Anocca. (? Parish) (misspelled?). Probably: Anacoco in Vernon Parish.
Anchors.(? Parish). Probably: Anchor in Pointe Coupee Parish.
Ascension.(? Parish or may be Ascension Parish)
Barbrook. (? Parish). May be: Barbreck in St. Landry Parish.
Barren.(? Parish). May be: Barron in Rapides Parish.
Bayon Barbary.(? Parish). Probably: Bayou Barbary in Livingston Parish.
Bayou La Fourche.(? Parish)
Bayou Lurie.(? Parish)
Begalusa. (misspelled?) . Probably: Bogalusa in Washington Parish. 
Bellers.(? Parish)
Blenville. (misspelled?). Probably: Bienville.(Bienville Parish)
Bostcoe.(? Parish). Probably: Bosco in Ouachita Parish.
Bruce.(? Parish). May be: Brule (Assumption or Lafourche Parish)
Bsickway. (? Parish)
Cades. (? Parish). Probably Cade, St. Martin Parish. 
Campton.(? Parish)
Caushatta. (? Parish). Probably: Coushatta in Red River Parish.
Chamberlain. (spelling?). Probably: Chamberlin in West Baton Rouge Parish.
Chasez.(? Parish). May be: Chase in Franklin Parish.
Chennyville. (? Parish). Probably: Cheneyville in Rapides Parish.
Clara.(? Parish)
Dansville.(? Parish). Probably: Danville in Bienville Parish.
Darcyville. (? Parish)
Deroven. (? Parish)
Donoghville. (? Parish). May be: McDonoghville in Jefferson Parish.
Downville.(misspelled?) Probably: Downsville in Union Parish.
Duplissis. (misspelled?). Probably: Duplessis. (Ascension Parish)
East Peru.(? Parish)
Enid.(? Parish)
Farewell.(? Parish)
Farmersville. (misspelled?). Probably: Farmerville. (Union Parish)
Fort Allen.May be: Allen in Natchitoches Parish.
Gena.(? Parish). Probably: Jena in Catahoula, LaSalle or Tangipahoa Parish.
Grankato.(? Parish)
Grundy Center.(? Parish)
Hanesville.(? Parish). Probably: Haynesville in Claiborne Parish.
Hornick. (? Parish)
Irvinville.(? Parish)
Isabelle. Probably: Isabel in Washington Parish.
Jeanerett.(? Parish). Probably: Jeanerette in Iberia Parish.
Juston.(? Parish). May be: Justina in Tensas Parish.
Kalin.(? Parish)
Laberine.(? Parish)
La Marque.(? Parish)
Lattie. (? Parish). May be: Lottie in Pointe Coupee Parish.
Loinger.(? Parish)
Louisa.(? Parish)
Lucian Point. (? Parish)
Luter. (? Parish). May be: Lutes in Grant Parish.
Maisville.(? Parish)
Malalbany. (misspelled?) (? Parish). Probably: Natalbany in Tangipahoa Parish.
Mana.(? Parish)
Manderville. (misspelled?). (? Parish). Probably: Mandeville in St. Tammany Parish.
Mansuria.(? Parish). Probably: Mansura in Avoyelles Parish.
Marrogue.(? Parish)
McDonaghville.(? Parish). Probably: McDonoghville in Jefferson Parish.
Molden.(? Parish). May be: Mouton in Lafayette Parish.
Monow.(? Parish)
Momon.(? Parish)
Moraville.(? Parish)
Natal Bay. (? Parish)
Natchitock.(? Parish)
Norrisville.(? Parish)
Norwitch.(? Parish)
Otts Mills. (? Parish). Probably Otts Mills (Post Office) in Livingston Parish.
Pittsburgh. (? Parish)
Plaquamine.(? Parish). Probably: Plaquemine in Iberville Parish.
Poppado.(? Parish)
Providence. (? Parish). May be: Lake Providence in East Carroll Parish.
Regular. (? Parish)
Remey.(? Parish). Probably: Remy in St. James Parish.
Scanlon.(? Parish)
Serapta. (? Parish). Probably: Sarepta in Webster Parish.
Sinzburg.(? Parish)
Sioux City. ( ? Parish)
Soldier.(? Parish). Probably: Retreat (variants names: Soldiers Retreat and Retreat Plantation) in West Feliciana Parish.
Spearville.(? Parish). Probably: Spearsville in Union Parish.
St. Martinville. May be: Martinville in St. Tammany Parish.
St. Patrick. (? Parish)
Thibodausc. (? Parish). Probably: Thibodaux (Lafourche Parish)
Thibodeaux.(? Parish). Probably: Thibodaux in Lafourche Parish.
Tinus.(? Parish)
Toma Town.(? Parish)
Uletown.(? Parish)
Venton.(? Parish). May be: Benton in Bossier Parish.
Vine Platte.(? Parish). Probably: Ville Platte in Evangeline Parish.
Welchston. (? Parish)
Willhite.(? Parish)
Wrigert.(? Parish)

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Supplement in Volume III (includes 18 soldiers)

Note: I have listed them here alphabetically according page number and rank. However, they are not separated by the way they died, so I have also listed them above along with the other listings. In the above main portion of the text, their listings are followed by the notation: (Supplement in Volume III).

Volume III, page 478:

Privates

BERGERON, Albert J., Thibodaux. (Lafourche Parish). Pvt. Albert J. Bergeron (D.D.). See listing with others, above.
HUHNER, Louis J., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Pvt. Louis J. Huhner (D.D.). See listing with others, above.
WEST, Lawrence, Pine Prairie. (Evangeline Parish). Pvt. Lawrence West (W.A.). See listing with others, above.


Volume III, page 485:

Sergeants

WIEDMAN, David W., McDonoghville. (Jefferson Parish). Sgt. David W. Wiedman (K.A.). See listing with others, above.
ZITZMANN, J. C., New Orleans. (Jefferson or Orleans Parish). Sgt. J. C. Zitzmann (K.A.). He may be John O. ZITZMANN (D.D.). See listing with others, above.


Corporals

DOTY, Thomas E., Bassier City. (Should be: Bossier City) (Bossier Parish). Cpl. Thomas E. Doty (K.A.). See listing with others, above.
WARD, James G., Bayou Goula. (Iberville Parish). Cpl. James G. Ward (D.D.). See listing with others, above.


Privates

JOHNSON, Jesse L., Monroe. (Ouachita or Union Parish). Pvt. Jesse L. Johnson (K.A.). See listing with others, above.
SLAY, Lester, Myra. (Should be: Mira). (Caddo Parish). Pvt. Lester Slay (K.A.). See listing with others, above.
SONNIER, Meyons, Basile. (Evangeline Parish). Pvt. Meyons Sonnier (D.D.). Index to Supplement also states that his first name is Meyons while the text in Volume I states that his first name is Mayous. See listing with others, above.
WALKER, Lee A. Pickering. (Vernon Parish). Pvt. Lee A. Walker (K.A.). He was not listed in Index to Supplement by mistake. Text in Volume I states that he is from Cooper (Caldwell Parish), but there is a chance it is not the same man. See listing with others, above.
WELCH, James L., Simpson. (Vernon Parish). Pvt. James L. Welch (D.D.). He was not listed in Index to Supplement by mistake. See listing with others, above.
WELCH, Louis B., Rdbeline. (Should be: Robeline). (Natchitoches Parish). Pvt. Louis B. Welch (W.A.). See listing with others, above.
WHITE, Howard O., Ruston. (Lincoln Parish). Pvt. Howard O. White (D.D.). See listing with others, above.
WHITTINGTON, David T., Grayson. (Caldwell Parish). Pvt. David T. Whittington (W.A.). See listing with others, above.
WILLIAMS, Elias, Zona. (Washington Parish). Pvt. Elias Williams (K.A.). See listing with others, above.
WILLIAMSON, W. C., Blanchard. (Caddo Parish). Pvt. W. C. Williamson (D.W.). See listing with others, above.
WYRICK, Benjamin O., Mira. (Caddo Parish). Pvt. Benjamin O. Wyrick (D.W.). See listing with others, above.


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Actual Pages of Book - 20 photos per page

Here are pages 409 - 418 which have 20 photos per page. Be sure to compared the data on the photos with the text data in the next section.


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Here are pages 419 - 422 that contain just the text portion about the Louisiana soldiers. Louisiana soldiers are also listed in the Index to the Supplement that is in Volume III on Pages 505 and 506. While I have tried to copy this material accurately, please review the actually text that I have transcribed to be sure. The data does contain some obvious misspellings and some that at first glance appear to be misspelled that aren't.


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Camp Beauregard, Louisiana

ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1894-1920 (File: el1894-20.txt)
WASHINGTON PARISH, LA
Submitted by Carolyn Brumfield Henderson < cbh@eatel.net > July 2000
Transcribed by Anne Galloway Gil < anneggil@home.com
Donated by Bonnie Dier, Washington Parish Library < bmdier@yahoo.com >

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ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1894-1920 BY: BONNIE DIER, FRANKLINTON, LA. 70438

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05-16-1918 
Call Number 390 - List of men qualified for general military service to be forwarded to Camp Beauergard, La., under Call 390, to be entrained between 5-25 and 5-30, 1918:

Charles M. Scarborough, Angie; 
Jas. Floyd Salter, Foxworth, Miss.; 
Smiley Breland, Hackley; 
Esley Perry Thomas, Hackley; 
James Leon Keaton, Angie; 
Jep Gerald, Hackley; 
Abraham McNeese, Franklinton; 
Charles Penton, Bogalusa; 
Thadius J. Harry, Lees Creek; 
Marshall Crow, Bogalusa; 
Frank Sullivan, Woodlawn, Penn.; 
Wes Taylor, Hackley; 
John H. Ellis, Bogalusa; 
Percy Albert Tynes, Hackley; 
Thomas Lambert, Mt. Hermon; 
Doffield Pounds, Rio; 
Curtis P. Sims, Bogalusa; 
James A. Galloway, Isabel; 
Laurin L. Holloway, Carson, Ms.; 
Lonnie F. Ford, Angie; 
Maurice Magee, Franklinton; 
Warren O. Knight, Franklinton; 
Charles W. Penny, Franklinton; 
Sherman Smith, Hinton; 

James O. Mitchell, Varnado; 
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
James O. Mitchell 
Corporal, U.S. Army
353rd Infantry Regiment, 89th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Illinois
Died: October 23, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 05 Grave 04
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Lee R. Hawthrone, Bogalusa; 
George W. Pearce, Bogalusa; 
Marcus B. Stafford, Franklinton; 

William J. Allen, Bogalusa; 
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
William Allen 
Private, U.S. Army
39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: October 13, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 19 Grave 21
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Lucius E. Breland, Bogalusa; 
Claude I. Conerly, Sunny Hill; 
Simon Carter, Isabel; 
Edward Ezra Corkern, Franklinton; 
Union Magee, Hackley; 
John Rogers, Franklinton; 

Fayett Whitfield, Bogalusa; See note above and note below.
Note #1: This is probably him:
Fayestte Whitfield 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 29 Grave 01
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Robert Wilton Lott, Zona; 
Calvin Rayburn, Bogalusa; 
Otto Martin, Hackley; 
Wiley E. Roberts, Bogalusa; 
S. Newton Adams, Bogalusa; 
Samuel W. Toney, Warnerton; 
John W. Neal, Bogalusa; 
Clay C. Bankston, Bogalusa; 

George Carter, Isabel; 
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
George Carter 
Private, U.S. Army
126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Michigan
Died: October 4, 1918
Buried at: Plot H Row 20 Grave 22
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Reed Keaton, Rio; 
Alvin Booty, Sunny Hill; 

Willis B. Corkern, Franklinton; See note above and photo, and note below.

William H. Carroll, Varnado; 
William Oscar Harrell, Angie; 
James D. Wade, Jr., Vicksburg, Ms.; 
Louis J. Seal, Franklinton; 
Major B. Goings, Mt. Hermon; 
Aurelius Sheridan, Rio; 
David Foil, Franklinton; 
Robert R. Pigott, Bogalusa; 
Oscar F. Slade, Angie; 

Herman Williams, Lees Creek; 
Note #1:He may be this soldier:
Herman Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
305th Quartermaster Labor Battalion 
Entered the Service from: North Carolina
Died: October 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 23 Grave 14
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Donnie Blackwell, Bogalusa; 
Philip J. Blanchard, Bogalusa; 

Jule Galloway, Isabel; See note above and photo, and note below.

Wiley Ingram, Hackley; 
Emerson H. White, Franklinton; 
Josiah DeWitte May, Hattisburg, Miss.; 
Leon Mulina, Franklinton; 

Ivea L. Jones, Isabel; This is probably Irvin L. JONES listed above but with no photo, and note below.

Herbert L. Alford, Mt. Hermon; 
Thomas Ivey, Bogalusa; 
J.C. Stewart, Bogalusa; 
Leo V. Jacob, Union; 
Thomas J. Graves, Jr., Franklinton; 
Samuel W. Seal, Franklinton; 
Algie O. Miller, Mt. Hermon.

The above list includes white men only. (Webmaster's note: this was published in 1918.) In selecting the above list, telegram B-80 by authority of an order from Provost Marshal General Crowder was disregarded and qualified men, regardless of their occupation, are included. Telegram B-80 heretofore deferring farmers, is disregarded and men are called according to their order number and class one. Local Board for Parish of Washington, Franklinton, La.

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Washington Parish, Louisiana Notes

I have added notes to this document:

ABSTRACT ARTICLES FROM WASHINGTON PARISH'S ERA LEADER IN FRANKLINTON, LOUISIANA 1931 (File: el1931.txt) 
WASHINGTON PARISH, LA 
Submitted by Carolyn Brumfield Henderson < cbh@eatel.net > February 2001 
Transcribed by Anne Galloway Gil < anneggil@home.com
Donated by Bonnie Dier, Washington Parish Library < bmdier@yahoo.com >

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Given below is a list of those from Washington Parish, who died or lost their lives while in service according to the records of the Adjutant General's office, as compiled by the State Service Commissioner. This list is being prepared in order that bronze tablets containing the name of every white boy (Webmaster's note: this was published in 1931.) of Louisiana who lost his life while in Service, may be place in the War Memorial Building on the campus of the L.S.U. at Baton Rouge. If there are other veterans who either died or were killed in service whose names do not appear on the list, please forward no later than May 15th (1931). Deceased veterans of Washington Parish: 

Benjamin Harrision Bloebaum, Bogalusa, 10-14-1918; 
Hardy V. Carter, Sunny Hill, 10-21-1918; 
Claude I. Connerly, Mt. Hermon, 7-15-1918; 
Willis B. Corkern, Bogalusa, 10-10-1918; (see his listing above from book and photo, above, and above for Camp Beauregard.)
Houston Crain, Bogalusa, 7-19-1918; (see his listing and photo, above)
Jule Galloway, Isabel, 9-22-1918; (see his listing above from book and photo, above, and above for Camp Beauregard.)

Andrew Z. Jones, Bogalusa, 10-21-1918; 
Note #1:
Andrew Z. Jones 
Sergeant First Class, U.S. Army
General Headquarters 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: October 21, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 06 Grave 28
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Ivin L. Jones, Isabel, 11-5-1918; This is probably Irvin L. JONES listed above but with no photo, and above for Camp Beauregard.)

Edward McCain, Varnado, 12-28-1917;

Otis William Morris, Mt. Hermon, 8-28-1918; (see his listing and photo, above)
Note #1:
Otis W. Morris 
Private First Class, U.S. Army
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: August 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot C Row 14 Grave 22
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Oda G. Passman, Franklinton, 10-15-1918; 
George W. Pierce, Bogalusa, 10-6-1918; 
Clarence H. Scarborough, Bogalusa, 10-16-1918; 
Virgil V. Varnado, Mt. Hermon, 5-28-1918; 

Fayette Whitfield, Bogalusa, 9-25-1918; (see his listing above from book but with no photo and above for Camp Beauregard.)
Note #1: This is probably him:
Fayestte Whitfield 
Private, U.S. Army
156th Infantry Regiment, 39th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 25, 1918
Buried at: Plot B Row 29 Grave 01
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database
 
Elias Williams, Zona, 9-28-1918; (see his listing above. Photo was in Supplement of Volume III) 
Note #1: 
Elias Williams 
Private, U.S. Army
12th Machine Gun Battalion, 4th Infantry Division 
Entered the Service from: Louisiana
Died: September 28, 1918
Buried at: Plot F Row 17 Grave 33
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery
Romagne, France 
Source: ABMC - Search the World War I database

Otis Zephaniah Arnold, Bogalusa, 5-18-1919; 
John Alphonsus Hanmer, Bogalusa, 6-12-1918; 
Homer Benton Magee, Franklinton, 7-19-1918. (see his listing above, but with no photo.)

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