THE OLD COMMAND

Service History of Company "L" 126th U. S. Infantry

July 15, 1917 to May 30, 1919

1917 Roster      ****       1918 Roster

Occupation of the Front Lines in Alsace-Lorainne, France

From this time on, all data in this history has been obtained from other members of the organization, diary kept by the writer and from memory, due to the fact that all Company records after date of May 1st were either lost in fire, or in transit from one front to another.

Organization left Railhead at Vaux, France at 6:30 a.m., Thursday, May 16th, and rode until 6 pm arriving at Arret, in Alsace. Organization detrained immediately, and were placed under cover to await darkness, when hiking was started toward rest billets a few miles back of the front lines. The hike was started at 10 pm, May 16th, but destination was not reached until 5 am, May 17th. Billets were taken over at Guevenatten, five kilometers from the front lines near Hecken, and the Company was allowed to rest up after the two severe hikes of the past two days.

Saturday, May 18th, Captain Olsen returned to take command of the organization, having finally received his release as an instructor at the Army Candidates School, which he had requested, so as take ‘his boys’ into the lines, and command them. But putting in for his release, the Captain had forfeited considerable of his efficiency record, and it was indeed a great sacrifice for him to make, but it surely was appreciated by the fellows.

During the night of May 20-21st, we had our first gas alarm, and although it proved to be a fake, it surely raised havoc with the Company for some time. No one had bothered to place their masks near them while sleeping, and the result was that when the alarm came, everyone made a grand rush for where they thought their masks were, and in the confusion very few found their right ones. However, it was only a fake, and the outfit learned a lesson, from which they profited may times afterwards.

Company left barracks at Guvennatten at 9 pm, May 21st, arriving in the front lines at 3 am, May 22nd, and completed the relief of the 328th French Infantry at 5 am. This sector was called Center Resistance Gildwilder. Two platoons were placed in the front lines to take charge of observation posts, one platoon in reserve near the kitchen, and the other platoon in support at Company headquarters. The platoons in the front lines sent out a half section in the morning to take over the observation posts, and at night they were withdrawn. The support and reserve platoons furnished ration details, and did other work necessary.

Friday night, May 24th, Lt. Bernard Broekema, commanding the first platoon took out an ambush patrol, which was supposed to wait for supposed patrol coming from the German lines, and to also reconnoiter….

 

Marne-Aisne Offensive (Chateau Thierry)

Enroute to the Juvigny Engagement and Participation in Advance

The trucks were boarded at 9:30 am, August 24th, 1918, and after an entire day’s ride, we were detrucked in the vicinity of Vic sur Aisne, near a small town name Jaulzy, where we spent two days while details for relief, etc. were being worked out, and liaison perfected as we were to fight as a part of the Tenth French Army under General Mangin. The men were comfortably bivouaced, and with plenty of good food, and the Aisne river only a short distance away for swimming, were very contented.

At 9:50 pm, August 26th, the hike towards the lines was commenced, and at 5:30 am, August 27th, Company went into bivouac near Tartis, about three kilometers from the lines. This hike is one which will be long remembered by the remaining members of Company "L", both because of the amount of ground covered, and the number of miles gone back over on account of poor map reading, and incomplete orders from the higher officers.

At 9 pm., August 27th, the balance of the hike to the lines was started and at 2:15 am, August 28th, the relief of a company of the 355th Regiment Infantry (French) was completed. At the time of completing the relief of the French, the Company had only three platoons, and these with only from twenty-four to twenty-six men each.

Only meager information could be obtained from the French as to positions, and on account of the extreme darkness poor positions were established. Company "L" held the right flank of the Division, and were in liaison with the 59th Division of French Infantry. At 5:30 am orders were received to attack the German positions. The Headquarters section of the Company under command of Captain Olsen, and accompanied by Lt. Beal advanced under shelter of a filled roadway to ……

Company was held in reserve until Friday, September 6th, when we were hiked back to our former area near Jaulzy. During our stay in the reserve positions Captain Olsen was compelled to leave the Company and go to a base hospital for ear treatment, and the Company was placed in command of Lt. Crippen of the 85th Division, and Lt Panken was assigned to assist him.

Promotions: Sergeant to first sergeant: Harold E. Keenan; mechanic to supply mechanic, Alvin Jonker; corporals to sergeants: Tysman, Fazakerley; mechanic to corporal: Cournyer.

Word was received of the death of Vint Phillips in a French hospital. He enlisted in Company G, 32nd Michigan Infantry, and at the time of the re-organization of the National Guard at Waco, TX, was transferred to Company L, 126th Infantry. While serving in the trench sector of Alsace-Lorraine he was suddenly taken ill and moved to the French hospital at Belfort, France. He died on the 26th August 1918, from diphtheria.

Company remained in bivouac near Jaulzy until 6:25 am, September 8th, when we were moved into bivouac near Mortfontaine. At 6 pm, September 10th, Company again moved to railhead and 8:30 am, September 11th, entrained. Passed tow miles outside of Paris, and at 7:30 am, September 12th, detrained at Joinville, and hiked to Osne le Val, where we were to train and receive replacements.

Charles F. Comiska of Alpena, Mich., enlisted at Grand Haven, July 19th, 1917, and served through the engagements at the Vesle River with Company "L". He was killed in action near Juvigny, August 28th, 1918, while advancing with his platoon, his body being pierced by fifteen machine gun bullets.

 

Osne le Val; Training and Receiving Replacements

And Trip Toward the Lines

Company arrived at Osne le Val at 10 am, September 12th, and were immediately assigned to billets.

The first two days were spent in getting completely outfitted in new clothing and checking up all shortages in ammunition, belts, automatics, and other war supplies. At this time Lt. J. MacDonald, formerly of the Machine Gun Co., 126th Infantry, was given command of the Company, and Lt. Pauken was assigned second in command. The fighting spirit of the Company remained the same, but inwardly everyone felt quite blue. The Company ……….

 

Occupation and the Trip Home

The information given in this chapter has been furnished the writer through the courtesy of Theodore Krause and Frank Dushane.

At the time the Armistice was signed, Company L as part of the 126th Infantry was prepared to go into the lines for the second hitch of the great Argonne drive. The Company was then located at Breherville, and although in the reserve positions, had had no casualties since being relieved the 21st of October.

Company stayed at Breherville from November 11th to 13th, and then started on that long-to-be-remembered hike to the Rhine. Stays in villages in Luxemburg and Germany during the hike were as follows: Removille, Nov. 13-17; Colmey, Nov. 17-18; Longway, Nov.18-19; Mont St. Martin, Nov. 19-20; Selange, Nov. 20-21; Kiespelt, Nov. 21-22; Altlmster, Nov. 22-23; Echternach, Nov. 23-Dec. 1; Mechel, Dec. 1-2; Dudeldorg, Dec.2-3; Grosslinteeigen, Dec. 3-5; Daun, Dec. 5-6; Reimerath, dec. 6-7; Alenz, Dec. 7-8; Mayen, Dec. 8-9; Obermending, Dec. 9-10; Miensheim, Dec. 10-11; Kitteg, Dec. 11-13; Gladbach, Dec. 13-15; Rengedorf, Dec. 15-17; Weiss, Dec. 27-Apr. 19, 1919.

During the stay at Rengedorf, guard duty and drills took up the largest part of the time.

At Weiss, the Company was on the target range for three weeks, and also furnished guards. Drills were held daily. The extreme cold, and considerable snow and ice handicapped the Company a great deal both for ….

 

1917 Roster for Company L, 126th Infantry

ENLISTED

NAME

POSITION

25 JUL 1917

ACKERMAN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ADAMS, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ALBERS, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

ALVORD, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

AMES, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ARKEMA, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BAKER, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BALGOOYEN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BARRY, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BEARDSLEY, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BEEBE, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

BISHOP, ----

COOK

25 JUL 1917

BLAKELEY, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BREDEHOEFT, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BROEKEMA, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BROEKEMA, BERNARD

2ND LIEUTENANT

25 JUL 1917

BURNS, BERT

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

BURNS, FRANK

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

CLOVER, WARD H.

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

COLSON, VICTOR L.

1ST LIEUTENANT

25 JUL 1917

CONOLLY, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

COOPER, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

COURNYER, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

CROW, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

DARBY, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

DONKER, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

DONOVAN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

DUFFIELD, ----

COOK

25 JUL 1917

DUSHANE, FRANK

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

DUSHANE, ROBERT

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ENNENGA, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ERICKSON, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

ERKES, ----

1ST SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

FETT, ----

MESS SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

FISHER, JOHN

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

FORTINO, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

GOLDSMITH, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

GROTZ, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HALL, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HAMMOND, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HANEY, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HART, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HAWKS, ----

MECHANIC

25 JUL 1917

HAYNES, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HEINOLD, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HILER, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

HINKLE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HOEBEKE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

HUDSON, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ICKLES, NORMAN

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ICKLES, WAYNARD

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

JEWELL, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

JOHNSON, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

JONKER, H.

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

KAMMERAAD, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

KEENAN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

KIRKBRIDE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

KRAAI, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

KRAUSE, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

LINDGREN, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

LULOFS, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MARR, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MASTENBROEK, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MC GEAGH, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MOLENKAMP, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MORTON, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MULDER, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

MYERS, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

NACHAMOFF, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

NIEBOER, HENRY

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

NIEBOER, JACOB

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

NIETERING, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

NOBLE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

NOWLAND, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

OLSEN, GEORGE L.

CAPTAIN

25 JUL 1917

OTT, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

PLANT, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

RALEY, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

RANKIN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

REAGAN, EMERY

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

REAGAN, HAROLD

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ROBINSON, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ROBINSON, CHARLES

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

ROBINSON, WALTER

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

ROBINSON, WILLIAM

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

RUE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

SCHMIDT, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

SEABERG, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

SHILLENN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

SMITH, ARNOLD

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

SMITH, WILLIAM

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

STAFFORD, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

STANG, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

STAP, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

STUDEBAKER, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

SWARTZ, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

TOWLER, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

TUTTLE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

TYSMAN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

VAN DYKE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

VAN HALL, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

VAN HORSSEN, WILLIAM

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

VAN LOPIK, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

VAN WOERKOM, ----

BUGLER

25 JUL 1917

VANDEN BOSCH, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

VER HAGE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

VYN, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

WALSH, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

WEBSTER, ----

CORPORAL

25 JUL 1917

WEISENBURG, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

WHITE, ----

SUPPLY SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

WILLS, ----

SERGEANT

25 JUL 1917

WOLOVLEK, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

WOLVERTON, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

WOODRUFF, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

WUENNECKE, ----

PRIVATE

25 JUL 1917

YONKER, HENR

PRIVATE

 

1918 Roster for Company L, 126th Infantry, WWI

ENLISTED

NAME

POSITION

21 MAY 1918

ACKERMAN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

ALBERS, HAROLD

2ND LIEUTENANT

21 MAY 1918

ALVORD, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

AMES, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

ANDERSON, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

ARKEMA, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BAKER, WILLIAM

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BALGOOYEN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BARNHART, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BEAL, WILLIAM J.

1ST LIEUTENANT

21 MAY 1918

BEAULIEU, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BEEBE, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

BENNETT, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BISHOP, ----

COOK

21 MAY 1918

BLAKELEY, ----

BUGLER

21 MAY 1918

BLONSHINE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BLOOMQUIST, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BRANDT, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BROEKEMA, BERNARD

1ST LIEUTENANT

21 MAY 1918

BROOKS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BURCH, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

BURNS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

CARD, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

CLOVER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

COLSON, VICTOR L.

1ST LIEUTENANT

21 MAY 1918

COMISKA, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

COURNYER, ----

MECHANIC

21 MAY 1918

COUSINEAU, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

COVELL, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

COVELL, DAVID W.

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

DE PETRIS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

DEWITT, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

DEWITT, R.

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

DONOVAN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

DUFFIELD, ----

COOK

21 MAY 1918

DUNK, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

DUSHANE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

ELLIS, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

ERICKSON, ----

1ST SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

EVERSON, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

FARR, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

FAZAKERLEY, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

FETT, ---

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

FISHER, H.

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

FITZGERALD, WILLIAM H.

2ND LIEUTENANT

21 MAY 1918

FORTINO, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

FRANKLIN, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

FRENCH, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

GARDNER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

GENTER, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

GILL, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

GILLMER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

GRISWOLD, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

GRISWOLD, R.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

GROTZ, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

GROW, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

HANEY, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

HANSEN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

HART, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

HAWKS, ----

SUPPLY SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

HEINOLD, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

HILDEBRAND, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

HILER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

HOPKA, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

HUDSON, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

JAGER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

JAMES, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

JEWELL, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

JOHNSON, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

JONKER, A.

MECHANIC

21 MAY 1918

JONKER, H.

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

KAMMERAAD, ----

COOK

21 MAY 1918

KEENAN, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

KIBBEY, C. J.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

KIMBALL, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

KING, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

KLINE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

KOOPMAN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

KRAAI, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

KRAUSE, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

LEYANNA, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

LINDGREN, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

LOOSEMORE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

LOUWSMA, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

LOXEN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MALETT, ED.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MARR, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

MASTENBROOK, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MC RAE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MEEUWSEN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MERREN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MEYERS, GLENN

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MILLER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MOLENKAMP, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

MORTON, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

MOSELER, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

MULDER, HARRY

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NEAL, ED.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NEAL, GEO.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NELTHORPE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NIEBOER, H.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NIEBOER, J.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NIETERING, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

NOBLE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

NOWLAND, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

OLSEN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

OLSEN, GEORGE L.

CAPTAIN

21 MAY 1918

OMAN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

OTT, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

PEARCE, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

PELESS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

PERRIN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

PHILLIPS, P.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

PHILLIPS, V.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

PIRROTTA, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

PLANT, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

POTHOFF, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

POUZAR, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

RALEY, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

RANKIN, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

REAGAN, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

RENOUF, ----

MECHANIC

21 MAY 1918

REYNOLDS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

ROBINSON, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

RUE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

RUTLEDGE, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

SAUVOLA, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

SEABERG, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

SHEER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

SHIELDS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

SHILLENN, ----

COOK

21 MAY 1918

SIBLEY, ----

BUGLER

21 MAY 1918

SMITH, ARNOLD

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

SMITH, FRANK

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

SMITH, MERLE

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

STAFFORD, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

STANG, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

STROHMIER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

STUDEBAKER, ----

MESS SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

THALASSINOS, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

THOMSON, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

TOWLER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

TYSMAN, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

VAN HORSSEN, M.

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

VAN HORSSEN, WILLIAM

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

VAN WOERKOM, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

VANDEN BOSCH, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

VARNUM, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

VAYETTE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

VYN, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

WEBSTER, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

WILDER, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

WILLIAMS, ----

COOK

21 MAY 1918

WILLS, ----

SERGEANT

21 MAY 1918

WOLVERTON, ----

CORPORAL

21 MAY 1918

WOODRUFF, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

WOOLWORTH, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

WUENNECKE, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

WULFF, ----

PRIVATE

21 MAY 1918

YANEY, ----

MECHANIC

21 MAY 1918

YONKER, HENRY

PRIVATE

Transcriber: Evelyn Sawyer
Created: 12 March 2005
URL: http://ottawa.migenweb.net/WWIcoL126.html