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U.S. REMOUNT SQUADRON NO. 308, WW1


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U.S. REMOUNT SQUADRON NO. 308, WW1

12-26-2011
I would like to thank Eric L. Brown for sharing the below Remount Squadron No. 308’s Thanksgiving Menu and Roster with us.


REMOUNT SQUADRON NO. 308 THANKSGIVING A.E.F. 1918

Field Remount Squadron No. 308 Q.M.C
American Expeditionary Forces

ROSTER, BESANCON (DOUBS) FRANCE

COMMANDING
1st Lieutenant Hiram S. Harris, Q.M.C.

DUTY WITH SQUADRON
1st Lieutenant C. H. Harrison, Q.M.C.

MEDICAL OFFICER
1st Lieutenant L. R. Hutchinson M.C.

SUPPLY OFFICER
2nd Lieutenant W. D. O’Connell, Q.M.C.

VETERINARIANS
2nd Lieutenant N. J. Elder, V.C.
2nd Lieutenant C. E. Warden, V.C.

FIRST SERGEANT
Robert E. Burdette, Q.M.C.

SUPPLY SERGEANT
Glen W. Smith, Q.M.C.

MESS SERGEANT
Harry Clayton

SERGEANTS
Lynn E. Bartlett
Howard E. Buel
Earl Booten
William A. Tillman
George Blockus
Harry Ericksen
John P. Hanlon
Elmer H. Jeanguenat
Harry H. Lauer
Irving E. McGowan
David L. Runnells
John L. Frederick
Harold H. Spolum

CORPORALS
Jarvis J. Dorais
William C. Hartwig
Charles Henderson
Albert L. Brown
Cornelius Bleeker
Will N. Huber
Thomas H. Duckworth
August Mueller
Trygve R. Johnson
Louis M. Billington
Frank B. Schildgen
William Gewecke

COOKS
Mathew Hoss
Frank W. Neimann
Edward J. Murphy
Edwin F. Eckman

PRIVATES FIRST CLASS
John B. Ahrens
Phillip A Altfillisch
Herbert Ambler
John W. Barnett
Dean J. Berry
Joseph Brugger
James F. Clark
William Creviston
Charles E. Dalbke
George L. Davis
Roman J. Dee
John V. Disseldorp
Barney E. Downen
Floyd P. Drew
Thomas M. Drone
Patrik J. Flood
Elwin L. Gibson
George W. Glasscock
Raymond Goble
James P. Green
Theodore Grzegorek
John J. Helregel
William V. Henderson
William J. Hiller
George C. Hoten
Lloyd J. Hutmacher
Lawrence A. Johnson
William R. Kaegy
Albert R. Keller
Owen D. Kenyon
George J. Kriete
Clarence J. Kryder
Carl B. Kuhns
Howard C. Larson
George Liedberg
Van E. Lomax
John Lukasik
George Lustig
Anthony Marszalkowski
Menno Mennenga
Donald C. Millett
Jacob S. Miller
Arthur McCarroll
Godfrey McLain
Edward J. McLinden
Paul Perkins
Napoleon P. Plamondon
Arthur Potter
Walter Pumper
Edward L. Raloff
Clarence B. Redding
Bert Reece
Joseph Romano
Charles S. Schriner
Naoh C. Short
Jerry W. Sorrels
John A. South
Harry B. Wall
John T. Wambaja
Herman F. Warncke
Chauncey E. Warner
Cleve R. Wilson
George W. Zimmerman

PRIVATES
Chris Anelsen
Joseph F. Bartelak
John P. Bier
Arthur B. Boyd
Christ Bremmer
Ido Carriger
Henry A. Clanton
Leo J. Clarence
James S. Coleman
William P. Conn
John C. Czerwinski
Ensel R. Downey
Andrew E. Dulek
Ambrose E. Forsythe
Vernon Gallamore
Albert R. Garner
Milo M. Gentz
Elmer Garrett
Charley T. Glenn
August E. Gonnermann
Jeremiah J. Griffin
John E. Haley
Frank Hardeis
John J. Jedlicka
George Jicha
Theodore A. Johnson
Charles K. Jurss (note: spelling may not be correct)
Joseph Karlesky Jr.
George Kelcourse
William Kieso
George S. Kimpflin
Anton Kuntz
Irving R. Lietz
George P. Lowe
Francis J. Lyons
Cyrenus M. Lloyd
William E. Miethke
Noble E. Mills
Everett S. Moseley
Charies Marks
John J. McGeeney
Earl H. McKay
James F. O’Neill
Amel L. Peterson
Jesse Rains
Otto F. Rudolph
Bernard N. Rosene
James S. Russell
William T. Scaff
Edward W. Schneider
Harold F. Scott
Frank Smith
Rulon Sheffer
Gustav Stanger
Michael J. Sullivan
Arthur J. Tallet
Stanley J. Wilebski
John C. Ziegler

MEDICAL DETACHMENT
Sergeant Elmer Keating
Pvt 1/c Ward A. Mount
Pvt 1/c John Mills

VETERINARY DETACHMENT
Elmer E. Mansfield (Farrier)
Julius W. Regg (Farrier)
Pvt 1/c Vincenzo Prevenzano


Click on the below links:

Veterinary Corps in WW1

Leonard Murphy in WW1

Fort Ord Equestrian Center and Station Veterinary Hospital



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