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U.S. FIELD REMOUNT SQUADRON NO. 352


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U.S. FIELD REMOUNT SQUADRON NO. 352


Field Remount Squadron No. 352 Note: This was a Colored unit and attached to Auxiliary Remount Depot No. 328 where it trained. The Auxiliary Remount Depot 328 pictures below I have included on this page.

FIELD REMOUNT SQUADRON No. 352


Captain Harry F. Davidson, Remount Squadron No. 352 Commanding Officer is from the State of Illinois. He has seen service in the Spanish-American War as a cavalryman, and was in the Philippine Islands from August 1903, to October 1905. He was commissioned from civil life as 2nd Lieutenant, Q.M.C., November 10, 1917. Commissioned 1st Lieutenant, Q.M.C., June 10, 1918; commissioned Captain, Q.M.C. September 30, 1918.

HISTORY OF ORGANIZATION (COLORED) Field Remount Squadron No. 352, Captain Harry F. Davidson, Q.M.C. in command, was organized November 2, 1918, at Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Florida, and arrived at Camp Bowie, Texas, for duty with Auxiliary Remount Depot No. 328 on January 23, 1919. This Squadron is one of the few “Colored” Squadrons, organized by the Remount Division for service overseas. The duty of Field Remount Squadrons was intended for additional help for handling animals under the various remounts. On account of the Armistice being signed, Field Remount Squadron No. 352, with five other Squadrons, was ordered detained in the United States, for service at different Remount Depots.

ROSTER

HARRY F. DAVIDSON, Captain, Q.M.C, Commanding Officer

1ST LIEUTENANT, Medical Corps
Clarence N. Sonnenburg

1ST LIEUTENANT, Veterinary Corps
Stephan A. Kamis

2ND LIEUTENANTS, Q.M.C.
William B. Johnson
V.E. Hubbell

QUARTERMASTER SERGEANTS, Q,M.C.
Meehan, Roger J.
Stephan, Oscar T.

SERGEANTS
Bales, William D.
Cameron, Everett L.
Cook, Albert E.
Davis, Gilbert
Gilmore, Willis S.
Howard, Walter B.
Jansen, Richard A.
Marcus, Alvin L.
McClintock, William
McGill, Ernest T.
Seay, William A.
Steppick, William O.
Thompson, Henry J.
Wallace, Walter

COOKS (COLORED)
Andrew, Charlie
Jordan, Jay
Leighton, John Jr.

PRIVATES FIRST CLASS
Bates, Prince
Davis, Hulet
Fordham, Benjamin
James, Edward C.
Johnson, John P.
Whitlock, John
Wylie, Ed
Young, Wardell

PRIVATES
Agurs, Thomas
Allen, Dan
Anderson, James
Anderson, Willie
Ashton, Ernest
Avant, Archie
Bevens, Allen
Bonds, Andrew
Bookman, Silas
Brown, James P.
Brown, Will
Brown, William P.
Brownlee, Charles
Buford, Lawrence
Bundy, John E.
Burgan, Marcus E.
Burton, Cleveland
Byrd, Norman
Caple, Thomas
Carter, Anderson
Coe, John W.
Crown, Melvin C.
Davis, Ben No. 1
Davis, Ben No. 2
Davis, Eddie
Davis, Hoyle
Davis, Mack
Dickerson, Joe H.
Dixon, Walter
Donaldson, Charlie
Downs, John
Duncan, Ollie
Edmunds, Isaac
Evins, Henry
Fisher, Robert W.
Freeman, Daniel
Fryer, John
Glass, Eddie L.
Glenn, Eugene H.
Gray, Richard
Grayson, Charlie
Green, Elzie
Hall, David
Halloman, Edward
Hamilton, David
Hampton, Lawyer
Hankerson, Coleman
Harden, Eugene
Harrington, Edgar
Harris, Wiley
Harris, Willie
Hicks, Fredrick
Hicks, Marion
Hicks, Richard
Holcomb, Cleve
Howell, Sims
Jackson, Samuel
Jetter, Charlie
Johnson, Henry
Johnson, William T.
Jones, Charlie
Jones, Eddie
Jones, Emanuel
Jones, Ollie
Jones, Robert
Kirby, Thomas
Lagroom, Robert
Martin, Buster
McCloud, Robert
Mcllwaine, Edward
Mikell, Fredrick
Middleton, Penfield
Miller, John
Miller, Tilman
Moore, Charleton
Moten, Charles R.
Nelson, Tom
Nowlin, Less
Odoms, Roy
Owens, Jesse
Paisley, George
Parker, Alex
Parker, Paul
Parks, Merritt
Parrotte, John
Pearson, Willie
Peterson, Melvin
Pooleat, John
Reed, Elmore
Redden, Howard
Robinson, Clarence
Robinson, Frank
Robinson, James
Robinson, Major
Rogers, Otis
Salisbury, James
Simons, John
Smith, Earle A.
Smith, John
Steele, John H.
Steele, James
Stephan, Cleveland
Stephenson, Jesse
Sullivan, Charlie
Taylor, John
Taylor, Sylvester
Thomas, Lee
Valentine, Donald
Walker, Leon
Washington, George
West, John H.
White, Clash
White, James
White, Realus
Wilhoite, George
Wilson, James
Young, Arthur
Young, Frank
Young, Will

SEAGEANT MEDICAL CORPS
Lingerfield, Harry E.

PRIVATES MEDICAL CORPS
Green, George
Malloy, George
Miller, John

PRIVATES VETERINARY CORPS
Henry, Joe
Leslie, Arthur
McDuffee, William


U.S. AUXILIARY REMOUNT DEPOT 328 PICTURES

I have included the pictures of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No.328 on this webpage because this is where Remount Squadron No. 352 trained.


Non-Commissioned Officers, Field Remount


Horseshoeing School


Quartermaster Sergeants and Sergeant First Class, A.R.O. No. 321


Headquarters Office


Chauffeurs and Orderlies


Lieutenant Martin, Post Exchange Officer (at right) and Clerks


Post Exchange Men and Cooks


Remount Exchange


Recreation Room


Barbershop


Remount Infirmary


Company Streets and Barracks


Officers Quarters


Corral for Officers’ Mounts


Loading Chutes


Wagon Corral


Hay Shed, Buyers Inspecting Animals, Sales of Animals at Remount Depot and Buyer’s Corral.


Auxiliary Remount Warehouse


Wagon Company and Pack Train Corrals


Some Glimpses of the Remount Depot


Horses and Jumpers Shown at the Fort Worth Stock and Horse Show, 1918, Trained at the Remount Depot


Interior of the Barracks and Lockers at Exterior of Barracks


Aeroplane View of Remount Depot


Note: Again, I would like to thank Ben Guttery for posting this wonderful booklet on Auxiliary Remount Depot No. 328


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