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"C" BATTERY PICTURE ROSTER 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION FT. ORD 1941



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BATTERY "C" ROSTER 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY BN (HORSE-DRAWN), FT. ORD 1941



Note: The above silhouette represents a U.S. Army horse-drawn section. The illustrations were originally published in the “The Field Artillery Journal” and created by Mr H.S. Parker, son of Lt. Colonel Edwin P. Parker, FA. (Field Artillery Journal, Jan/Feb 1938, page 78)


“C” BATTERY PICTURE ROSTER 76TH FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION, FT. ORD 1941

COMMANDING
Captain P.T. Hennigar

2ND LIEUTENANTS
E.S. Shaler
N.C. Eulberg

1ST SERGEANT
L.C. Sparks

STAFF SERGEANT
T.R. Kemp

SERGEANTS
G.A. Friedli
J.W. Garrett
R.J. Jordan
H.F. Lindsay
E. Lowery
T.C. Scruggs
G. Van Zyl
V.F. Wolferding

CORPORALS
E.C. Aardal
H.M. Archuleta
F.J. Attaway
L.W. Cosby
B.F. Graham, Jr.
I.L. Hamman
R.A. Johnson
L.V. Orazem
L.H. Plymate
P.V. Pattison
J.F. Vidmar
H. Witt

PRIVATES 1ST. CLASS
S.J. Barry
J.N. Birdsong
F.A. Booker
J.B. Core
J.E. Edgington
M.H. Ellis
R.C. Foster
E.H. Haag
W.V. Harris
J.H. Hible
F.C. Hooten
D.K. Hudson
C.S. Kelly
J.E. Lefthand
G.W. Lemmon
L. Magee
E.R. Martin
E.G. Meadows, Jr.
N.T. Moore
C.G. Parmenter, Jr.
A.A. Rice
W.W. Rosch
L.C. Robbins
T.M. Roney, Jr.
S. Sandoval
E.D. Smith
R. Thompson
V.L. Van Sickle
R.M. Waldron
W.G. Wright

PRIVATES
O.D. Anderson
S.F. Ansell
D.E. Beal
F.M. Berry
V.C. Bevis
E.W. Bohn
R.M. Boon
D.E. Brown
R.W. Brown
A.E. Burts
O.G. Butler
F.J. Camilleri
J.E. Chambers
H.E. Chown
A.R. Cordova
J.V.Cross
J.G. Cruz
G.B. Day
C. Del Pino
E.V. Diehl
R. Eckert
C.H. Ekberg
H.D. Friesen
G. Funk
C.F. Gillett
J.W. Gowans
S.S. Guardado
J.E. Hannon
W.A. Hebert
C.L. Hicks
A.J. Hill
T.E. Hopper

J.T. Horrocks - John Horrocks this is one of the photos we have, too. My dad, James Horrocks, is next to last in the 6th row. He broke horses at Ft Ord, rode in shows at the nearby stadium. Had highest praise for and many good stories about Cpt Henniger (in photo), boxing matches at Ft Ord. Dad passed away in 2010 and we're still trying to find the many snapshots he had from Ord - will send if we ever figure out where.

J.E. Hodel
R.C. Hustad
P. Jacobs
A.L. Johnston
D.P. Jones
G.V. Kiger
E.O. Kiggins
S. Lazarus
L.P. Littleford
T.L. Louderback
J.J. Ludvik
C.L. Lynch
M.K. Mace
W.S. Mace
E.E. Marsh
T.E. Martin
R.J. McCullough
R.H. McGaughey
T.L. McMurtrey
A.L. Molden
W. Monde
L.B. Mlieller
R.W. Munson
W.T. Noffsinger
R.V. Oakeson
G.M. Osterberg
J.W. Percer
M.C. Ray
C. Redmond
E.O. Reed
L.L. Reed
J.V. Scheliga
E.D. Sherrill
J.J. Skuya
W.G. Slade
E.A. Smith
J.R. Smith
R.M. Smith
R.G. Stewart
H.A. Terflinger
F.A. Tippet
C.R. Trayndr
R.A. Truempler
R. Vanegas
J.R. Walthall
N.B. Yazzie


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