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U.S. VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19, VERDUN, FRANCE WW1


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U.S. VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19, VERDUN, FRANCE WW1

Note: This unit was made up of black enlisted soldiers and white officers.

THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY IN THE WORLD WAR

Volume II - 1927

ADMINISTRATION AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES

Prepared under the Direction of Major General M. W. Ireland Surgeon General

“After November 1, however, locations for veterinary hospitals were rapidly secured at Verdun, Longuyon, and Commercy, in the advance section, and construction was rushed to completion at Sougy and Lux, in the intermediate section. Three thousand animals were turned in to the veterinary hospital at Verdun within 24 hours after the personnel arrived there for station in December, though the accommodation of the veterinary hospital there was for less than 1,700 animals".

"When the Third Army moved to the Rhine, locations were secured for veterinary hospitals at Coblenz and Treves, and personnel to man them was rapidly pushed forward. Stables of knock-down type for 10,000 animals were held in readiness at Verdun for shipment to the Third Army if required”.


VETERINARY MILITARY HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES
Merillat, Louis A. & Delwin M. Campbell, Volume II, pages 750 and 751.

“Near Verdun’s northwestern outskirts was the principal veterinary evacuation station of the First Army identified in these records as Baleicourt”.

“More horses and mules in the US Army in 1918 did not mean more transportation in France for the Army but it meant more waste of animals, time of men and money. The needs of the army could never be met unless animals were returned to service by good medical care and recovery. We could not continue to have such a great loss and waste of animals due lack of care and poor management and keep the Army going”.


U.S. VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19, VERDUN, FRANCE WW1 (National Archives records)
November15, 1918

From: C.C. Veterinary Hospital No. 19 (Advance Section)

To: The Chief Veterinarian A.E.F.

Subject: Report of Arrival

1. Report arrival of Veterinary Hospital No. 19 at Baleicourt, November 14, 1918, per S.O. No. 238, Par. 31. S.O.S. Headquarters Base Section No. 1. France. Dated November 6, 1918.

2. Reported on arrival to Major Knowles, C.O. of Army Veterinary Evacuation Station, for duty.

Nathan M. Neats
Captain V.C. Comdg.


AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, HEADQUARTERS SERVICE OF SUPPLY
Office of The Inspector General

Verdun, France (Meuse)
Twenty-six November 1918

From: Lieutenant Colonel N. H. Davis, I.G.

To: Commanding General, Services of Supply

Subject:
Report of an Inspection of Veterinary Hospital No. 19, with attached Veterinary Hospital No. 20, located at Verdun, France.

I. Inspection of this unit was made Twenty-six November 1918. The personnel consisted of Veterinary Hospital Unit No. 19 and Veterinary Hospital No. 20, with attached medical personnel, being a total of 17 officers and 597 men, which personnel is reported by the commanding office as being adequate for properly caring for 3,000 animals. There is no record of a previous inspection by an officer of the Inspector General’s Department on file.

II. The hospital is commanded by Captain W. F. Guard, V.C., while Veterinary Hospital Unit No. 20, is commanded by Captain Conrad Hoffman; and Veterinary Hospital Unit No. 19, by Captain Nathan Neat, both of the Veterinary Corps.

III. The present inspection consisted of a careful personal survey of all buildings; officers, animals, men and equipment in the entire station, and the following points were noted during the inspection:

1. The soil is clay and sand with a limestone base. The buildings consist of 28 stables; 3 riding halls; 4 forage sheds used as stables and 1 shed used for forage; 1 barrack; and 1 office building used for offices and officers quarters. All of these buildings are of permanent cement and tile construction. This hospital is located in Caserne Bevaux, which is an old French carerne of permanent construction. The capacity of the hospital consisted of stall room for 2,000 animals, at the time of inspection, but many of the roofs were leaking badly and some of them had portions entirely uncovered as the result of shellfire. This capacity would not admit of a temporary increase in emergency, unless the use of additional buildings could be procured from the French. There are 25 portable stables on hand ready for erection and it is contemplated to erect these stables for use of this hospital and should this be accomplished it will increase the capacity 1250 animals. The drainage consists of stone ditches and a sewer system and is excellent. The transportation facilities consist of the Est Railroad. Animals are lead a distance of about 3 miles between point of entraining and detraining and the station, at which point there is a loading platform which will admit of loading 40 cars simultaneously. There is a spur, which runs directly into the hospital, but this has not been used during the past four years. There are no corrals, paddocks, fences or pastures.

2. This hospital was established 19 November 1918. The proper supplies had not been received for the use of these units at time of inspection. There were no grooming kits on hand, and animals were not be exercised or groomed. There are two messes for enlisted men and the ration is reported to be sufficient in quantity and of good quality. The food is well prepared.

3. An effort is being made to establish the administration end of this hospital but a date of inspection there was a shortage of blank forms and orders, and other equipment necessary for rendering proper reports and properly keeping the records. There were no disinfecting ingredients on hand at time of inspection and no record that they would be supplied. It was necessary in the emergency to occupy the buildings without prior disinfection, as many animals were evacuated to this unit and they required immediate steps to be taken toward properly caring for them. There was no equipment on hand for fire defense. Guard duty is performed by the personnel of these units and appears to be satisfactory. Animals are being classified according to diseases as rapidly as possible, but this had not been completed at time of inspection. Water is piped from the city water works directly into the troughs. The supply is adequate and the troughs are suitable but in adequate in number. Inspections of animals are made twice a daily by veterinarians. Dead animals are buried and their hides are not salvaged. At date of inspection there were no knives on hand fo skinning the animals and no salt on hand for preservation of the hides, and the commanding officer reported that upon receipt of knives and salt the animals would be skinned and hides salvaged.

4. In a portion of the stables the mangers and feed boxes are adequate while in many of them there are no feed boxes or mangers and hay and grain were being fed the animals on the ground at time of inspection. There were no nose bags on hand.

5. The forage is of good quality. It is necessary to haul forage from the rail head at Verdun a distance of 3 miles and it would appear that trucks should be furnished for this work, as the distance is too great to admit of good service in hauling the large amount necessary in the escort wagons, using the convalescent animals for the purpose, but this will not be necessary should the railroad spur which runs directly into the hospital be placed in condition of use.

6. There is no dipping tank or sulphur chamber and at time of inspection there were no proper supplies on hand for use in connection with hand and spray treatment of skin diseases. There is no operating table on hand and very few veterinary instruments and medicines.

7. Grain and hay are fed at 6:45; hay at 11; and grain at 4:00 p.m. There were no bran or salt on hand, but upon receipt it was contemplated to feed the bran dry mixed with the oats and the salt with the short forages. An average forage ration of 15 pounds of long and 11 pounds of short forage is being fed, upon which there are no savings.

8. There was no excess of clothing or equipment on hand with these units at date of inspection, but there were many shortages. Requisitions have been submitted for all necessary articles but none had as yet been filled.

9. There are no individual descriptive cards, pedigree sheets, or sick records kept. There was no disinfectant on hand for use in disinfecting grooming kits. There were no clipping machine on hand, but 24 were on requisition, and the commanding officer stated that this number would be adequate to meet all the needs. There are no grinding or chopping machines on hand and no record that any will be furnished.

10. There has been one trial by court martial during the past month; and two men were absent without leave at date of inspection. There were no men who had venereal disease. At date of inspection there were thirty-six men present sick. These units were infected with mumps. Sanitary condition and condition of police at time of inspection was very bad, but there was no equipment on hand for use in policing.

11. Venereal inspections and inspections as to personal cleanliness and cleanliness of underwear of men are being held. There were no bathing facilities at date of inspection. Daily inspections are being made of barracks, kitchens, messes, etc. The personnel of these units had been working continuously with the large number of animals which were being evacuated to it, and as this required all their time the conditions as to police being bad at time of inspection were to an extent unavoidable. Animals have been evacuated to this hospital in greater numbers and more rapidly than they could be properly cared for.

12. Since established this hospital has received 2841 animals; has evacuated 342; there have died 19; and there were on hand at date of inspection 2480 animals. Animals were sick at time of inspection as follows: 1500 with mange and skin diseases; 400 with various foot ailments; and 200 with minor injuries. There were 380 animals at date of inspection which were believed to be suitable for issue as soon as it could be definitely determined that they were free from skin disease. With what facilities are available the horseshoeing appears to be well done. But the equipment is inadequate for the needs of the hospital. Manure and kitchen slops are being turned over to the French.

IV. The work which the personnel of this unit had done up to date of inspection with the available facilities would indicate that their efficiency was up to a high standard.

V. RECOMMENDATIONS:

1. That is hospital be supplied without delay with an operating table, salt, veterinary instruments, disinfectants, nose bags, brooms, brushes, shovels, and other necessary equipment for properly doing its work, and that in future when veterinary hospital units are ordered to a station to install a hospital that they be accompanied with necessary equipment for use in caring for animals and proper equipment for rendering reports and use in administration so that it may be reasonable to expect good service from them pending the time when their supplies can be asked for and furnished.

2. That if this hospital is to be maintained at its present location it be supplied with a proper dipping tank and sulphur chamber and also fencing materials in order that paddocks (corrals) may be constructed and used.

3. That a line officer who has had experience with mounted organizations be ordered for duty as commanding officer of this hospital.

4. That orders be given requiring that the personnel of this unit have a short drill for discipline and a short period of theoretical instruction covering the special subjects pertaining to their particular work, at least five days each week.

N. H. Davis

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VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19, CAMP LEE, VA
September 16, 1918

From: C. O. Veterinary Hospital No. 19, Camp Lee, VA.

To: The Surgeon General of the Army, Washington, D.C. (Through Military Channels)

Subject: Report for overseas service.

1. This organization is completed as to personnel and equipment for overseas service, with the following exceptions:

Pistols – 26
Pistols, Holsters – 26
Pockets, Magazine – 26
Magazines Extra – 52
Helmets, Steel – 311
Chevrons, Corporal – 36
Chevrons, Cook – 12
Chevrons, Farrier – 60
Ornaments, U.S. – 622
Ornaments, Medical – 933
Gloves, leather mittens – 311
Gloves, O.D. Wool – 311
Brushes, Shaving – 311

Nathan M. Neate
1st Lieutenant, Veterinary Corps, U.S.A. Com’d’g.

From: 1st Ind., Headquarters Veterinary Training School, Camp Lee, VA. September 16, 1918.

To: Surgeon General of the Army, Washington, D.C.

1. Forwarded in compliance with letter S.G.O. August 23, 1918, (322.3) Replacement Units.

2. In addition to shortages noted above, First Aid Pouches and Combat Equipment have not been distributed. They have been requisitioned as follows:

First Aid Pouches – 311
Combat Equipment (Medical) – 1

E.A. STURGES
Colonel, Infantry, U.S.A.
Commandant

VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19 ROSTER
November 15, 1918

The enlisted men of this organization is colored.

Verdun (Meuse)

Baleicourt (Meuse)

COMMANDING
Captain Nathan M. Neate. V.C.

CAPTAIN
Arnold A. Feist

FIRST LIEUTENANTS
Charles B. Shore
Irving R. Vail
Benjamin J. Lewis

SECOND LIEUTENANTS
Otis G. Jaynes
Sheldon D. Wiles
Rudolf Krenek

FIRST SERGEANT
Crossgrove, James – Was recommended to be promoted to First Sergeant on September 15, 1918 at Camp Lee, VA.

SERGEANTS
Christian, Frank H.
Craemer, Landon R.
Ware, Benjamin
Thompson, McHampton - Was recommended to be promoted to Sergeant on September 15, 1918 at Camp Lee, VA.
Cooper, William W.
Christian, Howard

CORPORALS
Jones, John W.
Carpenter, James
Cooley, Joe
Donaldson, Edward E.
Dorman, Isiah
Jacobs, Clarence
Grant, William
Garner, Thomas W.
Hoard, Charles
Pope, Walter
Richardson, Willie

FARRIERS
Anderson, Eddie
Brown, John W.
Carter, Samuel
Gardner, Walter
Green, Russell – Promoted to Corporal (S.O. No. 15, Feb. 15, 1919)
Hilton, Ronald
Johnson, Fred
Jones, James
Laws, Lem
Oliver, Riley M.
Robinson, George
Sherrold, John
Stewart, Warwick
Styer, Lawrence
Taylor, Armstead
Wells, John W.
Whitaker, Oscar
Scott, Julian

COOKS
Bell, Abraham
Redmond, Emmett
Sutton, William
Ransberry, Lovelace

HORSESHOERS
Franklin, Robert A.
Jackson, James H.
Jones, John L.
Parker, Robert
Patterson, C.G.
Penick, Herbert
Ray, Russell
Blake, B.B.
Brooks, Horace

SADDLERS
Dudley, Bunny
Morriss, Daniel B.
Tobin, William

WAGONERS
Bonnell, Windon
Bush, Elmer
Fisher, Harry
Henry, James L.
Manley, Frank
Joel, Richard
William, Fletcher
McLeod, McDonald

PRIVATES, FIRST CLASS
Adams, David
Adkins, Willie
Banks, Lester
Bell, James
Bell, Joseph
Benson, Will
Bradshaw, George
Carter, Ben
Cobb, Albert
Cowan, George
Craig, Claude
Crampton, Charles
Curtis, Clarence
Davis, Charles
Davis, John B.
Day, Richard
Dunlap, William
Edwards, Walter
Fennett, George
Farrell, Henry
Grayson, John
Grissom, Sam
Hall, Walter
Hardy, Will
Hicks, John
Horace, John
Hunter, Richard
Hughes, Russell
Harris, Joseph
Hill, Manrice U.
Redcross, Clarence
Johnson, Elige
Kelley, Thomas
Lane, John
Lee, Robert E.
Lyons, Harrison
Lewis, Melvin
Markin, Griffin
Main, William
Marshall, George
Mills, Oscar
Myers, Fred
Mahoney, John R.
Nolan, Charlie T.
Piper, Williams
Pinkney, Amos
Powell, Leslie
Price, Charles
Prunty, Cass
Redd, James
Revels, Julius
Rowe, Washington
Reed, Albert
Sims, Edward
Sneed, Frank
Spencer, Charlie
Stewart, Phillip
Stewart, Lawyer
Sullivan, Irby
Swanson, Roy
Surner, Robert
Temple, Fred
Thompson, Will
Thomson, Nam
Toler, William
Tucker, George
Tenson, Arthur G.
Washington, Allen W.
Washington, John W.
Washington, Steptoe
Wadson, Frank
White, Edward K.
Wilkes, Arthur
Woods, John

PRIVATES
Adams, Grant
Adams, Lige
Anderson, Edward
Adams, Archie
Albert, Ryland
Adkins, Alexander
Bagby, Morris
Bass, Pinkney
Bennett, Willie
Benson, William
Blocker, Charlie
Bradshaw, Lewis
Bankhead, Christopher
Brown, William
Brown, Willie
Byrd, Willie
Briggs, Edward
Brown, Lee
Brown, Maulton
Brown, William
Brown, Harvey
Brownrigg, Frank
Brownson, Joe
Brooks, Jeff
Bruce, Isaiah
Boxley, Chism
Burgess, Nemiah
Burwell, George
Butler, George
Cameron, Robert
Chisley, Clifford
Coleman, Patrick
Coleman, Peter
Coleman, Willie
Coley, Edward
Cook, Willie
Conner, Milton
Cooper, Samuel
Culumns, Jeremiah
Cunningham, Herbert
Davis, Gadson
Davis, James
Davis, Junius
Davis, Lanon
Diamond, George
Dyson, Albert
Echols, Henry
Edwards, Fred
Elliott, Loney
Ennis, Wallace
Epps, John
Fells, George
Finks, Isaiao
Fry, John
Gardner, Lewis
Gardner, Eugene
Gibson, Valentine
Gilliam, Mabry
Gilmore, John
Goins, George - Promoted to Corporal (S.O. No. 15, Feb. 15, 1919)
Gooch, Lanzey
Green, Robert - 4042655
Green, Robert S. - 4044270
Griffin, Hase
Gunn, George
Hagan, Al W.
Henderson, Charles
Harris, James
Henderson, Silas
Harris, Troy
Harris, Henry
Harris, Veray
Harrell, Walter
Haston, Richard – Promoted to Farrier (S.O. No. 15, Feb. 15, 1919)
Hawkins, Garey
Hase, Ruby
Huett, Nathaniel
Hurt, Mark
Jackson, James
Jennings, Ben
Johnson, Schuyler
Jackson, John – 4071607
Jackson John - 4044838
Jones, Pick
Jacobs, John
Jackson, Albert
Jackson, George
Jackson, Alfonso
Jamison, Lewis
Jeter, Haskell
Jefferson, Wilbur
Johns, Percill
Johnson, R.B.
Johnson, Walter
Jones, Charlie
Jones, Clarence
Jones, Coss
Jones, John
Jones, Willis
King, Thomas
Lee, Alpha M.
Leonard, Samuel
Lackey, Richard
Lockley, Isaiao
Martin, Wash
Middleton, Collier
Mills, Nathan
Monroe, George
Myers, Otis G.
Myers, Will A.
Nelliongs, William
Newman, Richard
Odineal, Frank
Ogiltree, Frank
Okey, Charles
Palmer, John H.
Palmer, Douglas
Pankey, James
Pass, Richard
Ponzo, Harley
Porch, Andrew
Price, William
Riley, Benjamin
Fuller, Emmett
Rodgers, Dennis
Russell, Jim E.
Shearer, Heramden
Slaughter, Ulyses
Smith, George
Snowden, Albert
Star, Fred L.
Stevens, Arthur
Stewart, Moses
Stoddard, Pick
Tarrant, Henry
Taylor, Leven
Taylor, Richard
Taylor, William
Tingle, William
Thomas, Earl N.
Thompson, Warren E.
Washington, Isaiac
Washington, James O.
Wheeler, William D.
White, John
Williams, Edward
Williams, Graten
Williams, James E.
Williams, Mack
Williamson, Sam
Wilson, Edgar
Wilson, Lawrence B.
Wilson, Martin
Woodson, John
Woodward, George
Wright, Jim


VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19 SPECIAL DETAIL
November 18, 1918

MEMORANDUM

ENLISTED MEN ON SPECIAL DETAIL
Sent to Verdun November 16, 1918, 6 N.C.O. and 114 men.

SERGEANTS
Christian, Frank H.
Ware, Benjamin

CORPORALS
Grant, William
Hoard, Charles A.
Pope, Walter
Richardson, Willie

PRIVATES
Johnson, Lige
Williams, Mack
Taylor, William
Burwell, George
Bruce, Isiah
Newman, Richard
Jackson, George
Jackson, John
Johnson, Walter
Revells, Julius
Jackson, James
Farrell, Henry
Tobin, William
Hunter, Richard
Wheeler, William G.
Sims, Edward
Banks, Lester
Williams, Fletcher
Lee, Dan
Davis, Charles
Toler, William
Adams, Archie
Starr, Lawrence
Williams, Grayton
Coley, Edward
Henderson, Silas
Williams, Edward
Grayson, John
Pinckney, Amos
Taylor, Houston
Wilson, Mark
Jennings, Ben
King, Thomas
Lackaye, Richard
Griffin, Martin
Main, Will
Spencer, Charlie
Goins, George
Collier, Middleton
Starr, Fred
Epps, John
Lewis, Melvin
Culumns, Jeremiah
Myers, Fred
Stoddard, Pick
Gooch, Lanzy
Crampton, Charles
Coleman, Peter
Wright, Jim
Jones, Clarence
Myrers, Will A.
Hicks, John
Coleman, Willie
Jones, John
Hall, Walter
Curtis, Clarence
Brown, Maulton
Kelly, Thomas
Harris, James
Henderson, Charlie
Davis, Julian
Leonard, Samuel
Gunn, George
Myers, Otis
Dunlap, William
Davis, John
Jefferson, Wilber
Eckles, Henry
Jackson, Alfonzo
Cameron, Robert
Cooper, Sam
Edwards, Walter
Adams, Lige
Price, Charles
Davis, Lonnon
Craig, Claude
Brown, Henry
Riley, Benjamin
Brownson, Joe
Piper, William
Day, Richard
Stewart, Lawyer
Prunty, Cass
Bradshaw, Lewis
Grissom, Sam
Jacobs, John
Jones, Charlie
Jamison, Lewis
Diamond, George
Lee, Robert
Washington, Isiac
Snowden, Albert
Bell, Joseph
Fennett, George
Red, James
Taylor, Leve
Fells, George
Coleman, Patrick
Gillam, Mayberry
Snead, Frank
Harris, Joseph
Bagby, Morris
Stewart, Moses
Ponzoo, Harley
Mills, Oscar
Note: There were three names that could not be read here.
Gilmore, John
Adkins, Alexander
Adams, David
Davis, Gadson
Davis, John
Washington, Allen
Mills, Nathan

BLACKSMITHS
Franklin, Robert
Ray, Russell
Jackson, James H.


SENT WITH SHIPMENT OF HORSES, NOVEMBER 17, 1918 (1 N.C.O. and 11 Men)

CORPORAL
Gardner, Thomas

PRIVATES
Nolan, Charlie
Harris, Vernie
Bennett, Willie
Woodward, George D.
Sullivan, Irby
Ryland, Albert
Hardy, Will
Odineal, Frank
Nellions, William
White, John
Thompson, Nam


Below: On duty with Lt. Shore

SERGEANT
Cooper, William W.

ON DUTY AT RECEIVING LINE STABLES (14 men)

FARRIERS
Brown, John W.
Whittaker, Oscar
Jones, James
Scott, Julian
Carter, Samuel Laws, Lem Anderson, Eddie
Sherrill, John
Taylor, A.D.
Hilton, Ronald
Green, Russell
Wells, John W.
Oliver, Riley
Robinson, George


WARD D, SECTION 1 (2 men)

FARRIERS
Johnson, Fred
Green, Harry B.

IN HORSE SHOEING SHOP (2 Blacksmiths)

BLACKSMITHS
Penick, Herbert
Patterson, Claude G.


IN RECEIVING LINE STABLES (16 men)

HORSESHOER
Blake, B.B.

PRIVATES
Hawkins, Gary
Marshall, George
Stevens, Arthur
Lee, Alpha
Panky, James
Mahoney, John R.
Bass, Pinckney
Powell, Lewis
Benson, William
Thompson, Warren E.
Jeter, Haskal
Martin, Wash
Griffin, Hayes
Harris, Henry
Tarrant, Henry


KITCHEN DUTY WITH 319 L. CO.

PRIVATES
Tucker, George
Washington, John
Wilson, Edgar
Gardner, Sanky
Jones, Coss
Fisher, Harry (Wagoner)


MESS BRANCH VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19 (14 men)

SERGEANT
Thompson, McHampton

CORPORAL
Carpenter, James

PRIVATES, COOKS
Bell, Abram K.
Ransberry, Lovelace
Redmond, Emmett
Sutton, William

PRIVATES
Gibbons, Valentine
Woods, John
Wadson, Frank
Tingle, William
Jackson, Albert
Boxley, Chisom
Swanson, Roy (water detail)
Williams, James (water detail)


Note: The listing of this detail cannot be read. (1 N.C.O. and 2 men)

SERGEANT
Dorman

PRIVATES
Atkins, Willie
Williamson, Sam

Substituting for Pvt. Kelley
PRIVATE
Temple, Fred


DETAIL WITH WAGONS

PRIVATES
Conner, Milton
Dyson, Douglas
Palmer, John


RECEIVING LINE STABLES WITH LT. JENSEN (Nov. 18, 1 N.C.O. and 24 men).

CORPORAL
Cooley, Joe

PRIVATES

Jackson, John
Chisley, Clifford
Anderson, Edward
Johnson, Schuyler
Harrell, Walter
Haston, Richard
Brown, William J.
Briggs, Edward
Adkins, Willie
Jones, Pitch
Fuller, Emmett
Brown, William
Monroe, George
Butler, George
Taylor, Richard
Wilks, Arthur
Bush, Elmer
Turner, Robert
Russell, Jim E.
Pass, Richard
Green, Richard
Cunningham, Herbert
Ogiltree, Frank


ADDITIONAL VETERINARY HOSPITAL NO. 19 ROSTERS

Transmitting duplicate Class A and B Allotment blanks, of the following men of this organization.

Adams, Lige
Albert, Ryland
Adkins, Willie
Anderson, Edward
Banks, Lester
Blake, BB
Bass, Pinckney
Bell, Abraham K.
Bell, Joseph W.
Bennett, Willie
Benson, Will
Benson, William
Bonnell, Windon
Boxley, Chism
Brooks, Jeff
Brown, Harvey
Brown, John W.
Brown, Lee
Brown, Maulton
Brown, William
Brown, William E.
Brown, William J.
Brown, Willie
Brownson, Joe
Burwell, George
Butler, George S.
Cameron, Robert
Carter, Ben W.
Carter, Samuel C.
Chapman, Alex E.
Chisley, Clifford
Connor, Milton
Cooper, Samuel
Creamer, Landen R.
Crossgrove, James Jr.
Culumns, Jeremiah
Curtis, Clarence
Davis, Charles
Davis, Gadson
Davis, James A.
Davis, John B
Davis, Lonnon
Day, Richard
Dickerson, Early
Dorman, Isaiah W.
Dyson, Albert
Echols, Henry
Edwards, Ford
Epps, John
Fells, George H.
Ferrell, Henry
Freeman, Melvin
Frye, John
Gaddy, James
Gardner, Sankey
Gardner, Walter
Garner, Thomas W.
Garrison, Henry
Gibbons, Valentine
Gilliam, Mabry
Goins, George W.
Gooch, Lanzy
Grant, William
Grayson, John
Green, Russell
Gunn, George
Hagan, Al W.
Henry, James L.
Harris, Joseph
Harris, Troy
Henderson, Charles
Henderson, Silas
Hicks, John
Hill, Maurice U.
Horace, John
Huett, Nathaniel
Hughes, Russell
Hunter, Richard
Jackson, Albert
Jackson, Alfonzo
Jackson, George
Jackson, John
Jacobs, Clarence
Jacobs, John
Jamison, Lewis
Jefferson, Wibur
Jeter, Haskell
Johns, Percill
Johnson, Elige
Johnson, Fred
Johnson, R.D.
Johnson, Schuyler
Jones, Charlie
Jones, James H.
Jones, John
Jones, John W.
Jones, Willis
Kelley, William M.
Kelly, Thomas
King, Thomas
Lee, Alpha M.
Lee, Robert E
Leonard, Samuel
Lewis, Melvin
Main, William
Marshall, George
Martin, Wash
McLeod, McDonald
Meyers, Will A.
Middleton, Collier
Mills, Nathan
Mills, Oscar
Monroe, George
Myers, Fred
Odineal, Frank R.
Palmer, Douglas F.
Parker, Robert
Pinkney, Amos
Piper, William
Price, William H.
Redcross, Clarence M.
Redman, Emmett
Richardson, George A.
Rowe, Washington
Smith, George E.
Snowden, Albert F.
Spencer, Charlie
Stevens, Arthur
Stewart, Lawyer
Stoddard, Pick
Styer, Lawrence
Sutton, William
Taylor, Armstead
Taylor, Houston
Temple, Fred
Thompson, Warren E.
Thompson, Will
Tingle, William
Tenson, Arthur G.
Toler, William
Ware, Benjamin
Washington, Allen J.
Washington, Isaac W.
Washington, James O.
Washington, John W.
Washington, Steptoe
Williams, Fletcher
Williams, Grayton
Williams, Mack
Williamson, Sam
Willis, Jackson
Wilson, Edgar
Wood, Julius C.
Woodson, John
Wright, Jim
Winkle, William E.


Transmitting duplicate War Risk Insurance blanks of the following men of this organization.

Adams, Archie G.
Adams, David
Adams, Garant
Adams, Ligie
Adkins, Alexander J.
Akins, Willie
Albert, Ryland
Anderson, Eddie
Anderson, Edward
Bagby, Merris
Bankhead, Christopher
Banks, Lester
Bass, Pinckney
Bell, Abraham K.
Bell, James
Bell, Joseph W.
Bennet, Willie
Bensen, Will
Bensen, William
Blake, BB
Blecker, Charlie
Bonnell, Windon
Boxley, Chism
Bradshaw, Lewis
Briggs, Edward
Brooks, Horace
Brooks, Jeff
Brown, Harvey
Brown, John W.
Brown, Lee
Brown, Maulton
Brown, William
Brown, William Jr.
Brown, Willie
Brownson, Joe
Bruce, Isaiah
Burgess, Nemiah
Burwell, George A.
Bush, Elmer W.
Butler, George S.
Byrd, Willie T.
Cameron, Robert
Carpenter, James
Carter, Ben W.
Carter, Samuel C.
Chisley, Clifford
Christian, Frank H.
Christian, Howard
Cobb, Albert
Coleman, Patrick H.
Coleman, Peter
Coleman, Willie
Coley, Edward
Conner, Milton
Cooley, Joe
Cooper, Samuel
Cowan, George W.
Craig, Claude
Crampton, Charles F.
Creamer, Landen R.
Crossgrove, James Jr.
Culumns, Jeremiah
Cunningham, Herbert
Curtis, Clarence
Davis, Charles
Davis, Gadson
Davis, James A.
Davis, John B.
Davis, Junius
Davis, Lennen
Day, Richard
Diamond, George
Donaldson, Edward E.
Derman, Isaiah W.
Drain, Sylvester
Dudley, Bunny
Dunlop, William
Dyson, Albert
Echels, Henry
Edward, Ford
Edward, Walter
Elliott, Loney
Ennis, Wallace
Epps, John
Fells, George H.
Fennett, George
Ferrell, Henry
Finks, Isaae B.
Fisher, Harry
Franklin, Robert A.
Frye, John
Fuller, Emmett
Gaddy, James
Gardner, Lewis M.
Gardner, Sankey
Gardner,Walter
Gardner, Eugene
Gardner, Thomas W.
Gibbons, Valentine
Gilliam, Mabry
Gilmore, John
Goins, George W.
Gooch, Lanzy
Grant, William
Grayson, John
Green, Harry B.
Green, Robert
Green, Robert S.
Green, Russell
Grissom, Sam
Gunn, George
Hagan, Al W.
Hall, Walter
Harrell, Walter N.
Harris, Henry
Harris, James R.
Harris, Joseph
Harris, Troy
Harris, Vernie
Harty, Will
Haston, Richard
Hawkins, Carey
Hayes, Ruby
Henderson, Charles
Henderson, Silas
Henry, James L.
Henson, Arthur G.
Hicks, John
Hill, Maurice U.
Hilton, Ronald L.
Hoard, Charles L.
Horace, John
Huett, Nathaniel
Hughes, Russell
Hunter, Richard
Hurt, Mark
Jackson, Albert
Jackson, Alfonso
Jackson, George
Jackson, James
Jackson, James H.
Jackson, John
Jackson, John
Jacobs, Clarence
Jacobs, John
Jamison, Lewis
Jefferson, Wilbur
Jennings, Ben
Jeter, Haskell
Joel, Richard
Johns, Percill
Johnson, Eligie
Johnson, Fred
Johnson, R.D.
Johnson, Svhuyler
Johnson, Walter B.
Jones, Charlie
Jones, Clarence
Jones, Cess
Jones, James H.
Jones, John
Jones, John L.
Jones, John W.
Jones, Pick
Jones, Willis
Kelley, William M.
Kelly, Thomas
King, Thomas
Lackey, Richard
Lane, John
Laws, Lem
Lee, Alpha M.
Lee, Dan
Lee, Robert E.
Leonard, Samuel
Lewis, Melvin
Lockley, Isaac V.
Lyons, Harrison
Mahoney, John R.
Main, William
Manley, Frank
Marshall, George
Markin, Griffin
Martin, Wash
McLeod, McDonald
Meyers, Will A.
Middleton, Collier
Mills, Nathan
Mills, Oscar
Monroe, George
Morris, Daniel B.
Myers, Fred
Myers, Otis G.
Nelliongs, William
Newman, Richard L.
Nolan, Charlie T.
Odineal, Frank R.
Ogletree, Frank
Okey, Charles H.
Oliver, Riley M.
Palmer, Douglas F.
Palmer, John H.
Panky, James
Parker, Robert
Pass, Richard
Patterson, Claude
Penick, Herbert
Pinkney, Herbert
Piper, William
Ponzoo, Harley
Pope, Walter
Porche, Andrew J.
Powell, Leslie
Price, Charles
Price, William H.
Prunty, Cass
Ransberry, Levelace
Red, James
Redcross, Clarence M.
Redman, Emmett
Reed, Albert R.
Rhea, Russell G.
Richardson, Willie
Riley, Benjamin
Robinson, George U.
Rodgers, Dennis
Rowe, Washington
Russell, Jim E.
Scott, Julian
Shearer, Herandon
Shirreld, John
Sims, Edward
Slaughter, Ulysses C.
Smith, George E.
Snead, Frank
Snowden, Albert F.
Spencer, Charlie
Starr, Fred L.
Stevens, Arthur
Steward, Moses
Stewart, Lawyer
Stewart, Phillip
Stewart, Warrick R.
Stoddard, Pick
Styer, Lawrence
Sullivan, Irby
Sutton, William
Swanson, Roy
Tarrant, Henry
Taylor, Armstead
Taylor, Houston
Taylor, Lev
Taylor, Richard W.
Taylor, William
Temple, Fred
Thomas, Earl N.
Thompson, McHampton
Thompson, Nam
Thompson, Warren E.
Thompson, Will
Tingle, William
Tenson, Arthur G.
Tobin, William
Toler, William
Tucker, George
Tucker, Robert
Ware, Benjamin
Washington Allen J.
Washington, Isaac W.
Washington, James O.
Washington, John W.
Washington, Steptoe
Watson, Frank B.
Wells, John W.
Wheeler, William G.
Whitaker, Oscar
White, Edward K.
White, John H.
Wilks, Arthur
Williams, Edward
Williams, Fletcher
Williams, Grayton
Williams, James E.
Williams, Mack
Williamson, Sam
Willis, Jackson
Wilson, Edgar
Wilson, Lawrence B.
Wilson, Martin
Woods, John
Woodson, John
Woodward, George D.
Wright, Jim


ATTACHED M. C. (Medical Corps)

Brown, William E.
Chapman, Alex E.
Dickerson, Early
Ellis, James F.
Felder, Foramn
Freeman, Melvin J.
Garrison, Henry
Jones, Mark
Richardson, George A.
Wood, Julius
Whitney, Samuel


ATTACHED D. C. (Dental Corps)

Winkle, William E.


Note: These are not the complete records for this hospital, I ran out of time at the archives on this trip. In the future I will complete the unit history. – Greg Krenzelok



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