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THE PEOPLE of SAN FRANCISCO

 

 

W E L C O M E   H O M E

 

THE

 

 

363d

INFANTRY

 

"San Francisco's Own"

 

 

COLONEL H. LaT. CAVENAUGH, Commanding

 

 

ARRIVING IN SAN FRANCISCO

FROM FRANCE

TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1919

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

H. LaT. Cavenaugh, U. S. A., gallant commander of the 363d Infantry, is the man who organized the regiment, trained it, led it into battle and now brings it home. Thousands of letters, written home by the boys of Colonel Cavenaugh's command, attest to the fearlessness and above all to the lovableness of their leader. Henceforth the Colonel is a San Franciscan—he has been "adopted" by popular acclaim.

 

 

 

 

 

REGIMENTAL HISTORY

OF THE

Famous 363d Infantry

 

By CAPT. CHARLES M. ROSS, ADJUTANT

 

 

      ONE who looks down the ranks of the 363d Infantry Regiment sees the typical American accomplishment of what the world had believed to be impossible. In one brief year, the Regiment was organized of men new to the game of war, trained and placed in the front line of the Meuse-Argonne and -Lys offensives—battles which brought the Hun to his knees, battles in which the Regiment made a name that will live long in military history.

 

      THE 363d Infantry was formed at Camp Lewis, Washington, on September 5, 1917, as a part of the 91st Division, one of the 16 "National Army" Divisions created by General Order No. 101, August 3, 1917. The Regiment's commanding officer, Colonel Harry LaT. Cavenaugh, who brings the organization back to San Francisco, took command on September 5, 1917, brought its training up to that standard which caused it to be chosen as front line "storm troops," and led it through its two battles, where he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for gallantry.

 

      THE rest of the commissioned personnel of the Regiment, at the time of the organization, was made up of officers commissioned, on August 15, 1917, from the 5th and 6th Companies of the First Officers' Training Camp at the Presidio of San Francisco, California. A majority of these officers are still with the Regiment.

 

Majority of Men from San Francisco.

 

      THE original enlisted personnel of the Regiment was composed of men inducted into the service from Central and Northern California counties and a majority of these came from San Francisco, which caused the Regiment to be named: "San Francisco's Own," While there have been many changes, the Regiment as it returns is  made up mainly of San Francisco and Northern California men.

 

      THE spirit, energy and determination with which these men went through the long hours of training brought them, in the spring of 1918, into an organization found fit for battle a few weeks after its arrival in France.

 

      THE regimental spirit was engendered not a little with the assistance of those at home, whose contributions and words of encouragement helped in the long hours in camp. San Francisco presented to the Regiment the flag and standard which it carried through the battlefields of France and Flanders. San Francisco did much to make the Christmas of 1917 a merry one. San Francisco sent its Mayor, James Rolph, Jr., to Camp Lewis, where, on May 6, 1918, he gave the men the parting message of the folks at home.

 

Regiment Leads 91st Division to France.

 

      THE Regiment left Camp Lewis for France between the 20th and 26th of June, embarked from Hoboken and Philadelphia on the 6th and 7th of July and arrived at Glasgow, Scotland, and Tillbury Docks, England, between the 18th and 23d of July. The Regiment led the Division out of Camp Lewis and into France.

 

      FROM England and Scotland the battalions of the Regiment were sent across the English Channel to France and across France by train (the famous "Hommes 40, Chevaux 8" kind) to a training area a few miles northeast of Chaumont, France. Regimental headquarters was established in the town of Mandres and the battalions were billeted in small towns nearby.

 

      HERE the final touches of training for battle were given the Regiment and, through the hot days of August, the men pursued the imaginary Boche over the hills near Mandres and heard the first faint sounds of guns on the Western front.

 

Training Ends and Men Move Up to Front.

 

      ON September 3, 1918, the Regiment left the training area and started for the front. It went by train to Gondrecourt and then set out by long night marches for the battle front, arriving at St. Germain on September 11, 1918, where it went in, with the rest of the 91st Division, as "reserve" in the St. Mihiel offensive. Leaving St. Germain on September 13, 1918, the Regiment by more night marches, arrived in the Foret de Hesse, just north of Aubeuville, on September 20, 1918. Here the 91st Division went into position in the center of the line in preparation for the Meuse-Argonne battle. The second battalion took over from the French the line of resistance in trenches behind Mt. des Allieux. The rest of the Regiment was in bivouac in the Foret de Hesse. Here the Regiment was but a short distance from the German front line, where the French in 1914 had stopped the onrush of the Boche.

 

      THE Regiment lay quietly, under harassing shell fire of the Germans for six days, in dugout, camouflaged shelter tents and improvising shelters, suffering all the difficulties of food supply and water transportation.

 

Fog Hangs Over No Man's Land As Attack Opens.

 

      ON September 25, 1918, orders were received that the Division would attack the next morning at 5:30 o'clock. At 7 o'clock that night, the Regiment started to march into the front line trenches, the Second battalion in the front line, the First battalion in support and the Third in divisional reserve.

 

      AT midnight the American artillery bombardment preparation opened, and each whistling shell on its way to the Boche defenses was given a silent cheer by men of the Regiment as they waited in the trenches.

 

      AT 5:30 o'clock on the morning of September 26, 1918, the 363d Infantry, with the 181st Infantry Brigade on the right and the 138th Infantry on the left, went "over the top," down from the shell-torn slopes of Mt. des Allieux and Cigallerie butte into "No Man's Land," over which hung a heavy fog. The wire in front of the French trenches was thick, high and uncut. Ten minutes after going "over the top" the advancing companies found it impossible to keep contact in the fog. Even platoon leaders were unable to keep their commands together, for by this time the smoke barrage that had been laid down had added to the obscurity and one was able to see only a few yards ahead.

 

Regiment Gets Baptism of Fire.

 

      SCATTERED but enthusiastic hands of Infantrymen rushed forward thus across "No Man's Land," forded the creek that ran close to the Boche front line trenches, leaped over the Boche barbed wire and jumped his trenches, where a few of the most daring Boches had survived the American barrage and lay in wait for the Yanks. These were quickly disposed of and the Americans went on, into the Bois de Cheppy, like packs of hounds.

 

      AS the first waves of the Regiment cleared the north edge of the Bois de Cheppy (the advance all along the 38 mile front of the battle was north), the fog lifted and the first resistance was met—enemy machine gunners, snipers and artillery firing at point-blank range. Here officers and men of the Regiment began to fall and here, in the space of a few minutes, it was learned that threatening flanking movements against the Boche strong points and a continued and determined advance were bringing the Germans out in bands to surrender with raised hands and cries of "Kamerad."

 

Capture Guns While They Are Still Firing.

 

      PRISONERS began to pour back into the American lines. One company captured three field-pieces, two of which were still firing. The 363d had advanced into the Boche artillery positions and the Boches were in disorganized rout. The advance continued. The town of Very was captured and the scattered companies of the First and Second battalions were moving against strengthening resistance on the slopes north and east of Very when night fell and the order came to withdraw and hold the slopes north and east of town.

 

      ON September 27, 1918, the Third battalion was placed in the assault wave and the advance went on; but the Boche had strengthened his position during the night and only a short distance was gained the second day—this under terrific shell fire.

 

      THE men had found their first day of battle to be one of sport. They went after snipers concealed in bushes and trees as one would go on a quail hunt. But the second and succeeding days, with the Boche throwing in his best and all available strength against the attack, which threatened Sedan and the most important lines of communication on the Western front, the battle settled into yard by yard gains and hanging on under shell and machine-gun fire.

 

Relieved Only After Nine Days of Fighting.

 

      THE roads in the rear were shell torn and jammed with traffic. Food and supplies were thus slow in getting up to the lines. The men were hungry, water was scarce, the nights were rainy, there was no shelter. At times the Regiment, forced to throw in all of its units in order to fill gaps that appeared in the line, held a wide front with only thin lines. But the Boche were stopped in every counter attack. Not an inch of ground was lost to them.

 

      IN its first battle the Regiment had made good. It has not only done all that was expected, but had extended its flank and had thrown in troops where other units had been held back and had needed assistance.

 

      THE officers and men, after nine days of fighting, were exhausted when the Regiment, with the Division, was relieved on October 5, 1918, by the 1st Division. The march out of the line was made with great difficulty. Men fell exhausted at every halt. Many had been without a warm meal through most of the battle; many had been without food and water for days.

 

Regiment is Transferred to Belgian Front.

 

      THE Regiment was assembled at Dombasie on October 7, 1918, and replacements in officers and men were received to fill the ranks for those killed and wounded. By marches the Regiment passed to Revigny, where on October 17, 1918, it entrained for Belgium. The German Army, being driven north on Sedan by the Meuse-Argonne offensive, was sending all available troops to stop the Allied advance. Meanwhile, there was planned an offensive in Belgium.

 

 

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Regimental staff of the 363d Infantry, photographed just before the departure for home. Left to right are: Captain Robert P. Shields, Jr., Personnel Adjutant; Captain C. H. Jueckel, Operations Officer; Lieutenant Colonel W. F. Brandt: Colonel Harry LaT. Cavenaugh, Commanding Regiment; Captain Charles M. Ross, Regimental Adjutant; Captain DeWitt M. Evans, Regiment Intelligence Officer; Lieutenant Ernest G. Raas, Regimental Gas Officer.

 

      ON the 19th of October, the 363d Regiment arrived in the vicinity of Ypres, where it detrained and marched towards the front, training its replacements and preparing for the Ypres-Lys offensive.

 

      THE British and French had pushed the Boche back across the Lys river where the Allied offensive had halted for a short time. The 91st Division, having gained a high reputation for its dash in offensive action, was chosen with the 37th Division for operations east of the Lys river. By this time the officers and men of the Regiment had learned that the final struggle was on and that the Boche, forced into the open in a running fight, was a Boche defeated.

 

Lining Up for the Ypres-Lye Offensive.

 

      HOW the men of the Regiment marched on, slept in holes, barns, and many times in the open under nightly aeroplane bombardment is a story in itself. How they made their meals at times from the turnip patches will live long in their memory.

 

      ON October 30, 1918, the Regiment moved up to the Lys river, east of Oostrosbeke. That night the Third battalion took over a portion of the line from the French at the town of Waereghem. An Allied offensive, which extended along the entire Belgian front, had been planned for the following morning. The 91st Division was to operate between a British division on the right and a French division on the left.

 

      WHEN the Regiment went into position, the line, in many places, was less than 50 yards from the Boche. Unlike the shell-torn fields of the Argonne, the Flanders battlefield of this offensive was over farms and villages occupied at that very time by Belgian civilians. The Boche took advantage of the cover afforded by hedges. He placed machine guns in the attics of farm houses. Snipers were concealed behind windows.

 

Six-thirty is Zero Hour for the Assault.

 

      AT 6:30 o'clock on the morning of October 31, 1918, the Regiment went "over the top" under a barrage which failed to clean out the Bocke, who were at close range. The assault waves were met by a storm of machine-gun fire. There was a canal and barbed wire to cross under this fire, but the men dashed to their task with determination. It was only thus that the Regiment was saved from being wiped out, for the losses in killed and wounded were withering in the first half hour. In one company, all the officers and the First Sergeant were killed and most of the other companies had to continue the fight with but one or two officers to command them.

 

      DRIVING on in the face of this fire and in a heavy gas and high-explosive shell bombardment that the Germans laid down on the advancing troops, the Regiment drove the Boche from his first position and the retreat began which carried him over the Scheldt river.

 

      AS the men pushed forward through farm fields, the Belgians, who for four years had been under the heel of the Boche, rushed out with food and wine, cheering the Americans on their way.

 

363d is Again Employed As Shock Troops.

 

      THE first objective was gained the first day. On the second and third days, November 1st and 2nd, the advance continued, but the German infantry had fled for the most part and left the work of attempting to check the Americans to the artillery. On November 2, 1918, the Regiment had reached the city of Audenarde, where the Boche had blown out the bridges across the Scheldt river and had withdrawn to the heights to the east.

 

      ON the night of the 2nd and 3rd of November, the Regiment, with the rest of the 91st Division, withdrew from the line and marched back to Oostrosbeke. The line was taken over by the French and held until the next offensive on November 10, 1918, when the 91st Division was again placed in for attack. By this time bridges had been thrown over the Scheldt river. Again the 363d Regiment went into the front line, crossing the Scheldt on the morning of the 10th. The enemy resistance was weakening; the end was near. A few machine-gunners and snipers were left, but the Boche was rapidly withdrawing on Brussels. The heights east of Audenarde were captured and the Regiment was advancing beyond as night came.

 

Armistice Finds Regiment On Verge of Attack.

 

      NEXT morning there was to be a continuation of the attack when word came to delay until 9:30 o'clock. Meanwhile Colonel Cavenaugh had assembled the battalion and company commanders for instructions concerning the attack. He had dismissed them and they were on their way back to their organization when the message came—the message heard around the world.

 

      THE end of the war, the signing of the armistice, the final moment of the struggle, found the Regiment in position ready to attack.

 

      IT has all the ring of the dramatic, the story of how the word that hostilities would cease came only a few moments before the Regiment was to go over the top on the morning of November 11, 1918. But one who might expect to have found the men cheering and dancing with one another would have been disappointed.

 

      STRAINED to the high pitch of the struggle, waiting to go forward again into the hell of battle, the men heard the word as in a dream and moved wearily into billets, there to fall into the first sound sleep they had had in two months.

 

      THE war had ended, but the long marches had not. The Division moved on toward Brussels, expecting to go into the Army of Occupation. At Sotteghem, the Division turned and marched out of Belgium to a point near the French border, where, after a month's rest, trains were taken to the embarking center near Le Mans, France, and from there to the home-going transports.

 

Regiment Has Imperishable Roll of Honor.

 

      THERE are stories of bravery that will never be told. There are stories of hardships that will never be recounted. Words cannot express the thoughts of those who fell and did not rise again.

 

      THE casualties in the two offensives in which the Regiment participated were as follows:

 

Killed, Officers 13, Enlisted Men 252

Wounded Severely, Officers 14, Enlisted Men 211

Wounded Slightly, Officers 36, Enlisted Men 625

Wounded, Degree Undetermined, Officers 0, Enlisted Men 91

Grand Total of Casualties, 1,242

 

      THE following officers and enlisted men were decorated for individual acts of bravery in the two offensives:

 

CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR

Sergeant Phillip C. Katz, Company "C"

 

DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS

Officers

Colonel H. LaT. Cavenaugh

Major Edward J. Mitchell

Captain Ward M. Ackley

1st Lieut. Walter N. Anderson

 

1at Lieut. Henry S. Bailey

1st Lieut. Lloyd G. Hill

1st Lieut. James F. Strain

1st. Lieut. Ernest M. Yantis

 

 

 

Enlisted Men

Battalion Sergeant-Maj Harold E. Bolin, Headquarters Co

1st Sergeant Irving C. Weik, Company L

Sergeant Floyd Hopping, Company L

Sergeant Antonio Reggardio, Company K

Sergeant Albert C. Presley, Headquarters Company

 

Sergeant Allan J. Marshall, M. G. Company

Sergeant Carol Walker, Company K

Corporal Fred F. Curran, Company B

P. F. C. Frank Sembertrant, M. G. Company

Private James F. Rodgers, Company L.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BELGIAN CROIX DE GUERRE

 

Officers

Major Edward J. Mitchell

Capt. Frank S. Sever

Capt. DeWitt M. Evans.

 

1st Lieut. Lloyd S. Spooner

1st Lieut. Gustaf H. Lindberg

1st Lieut. Harold P. Fromwiller

 

 

 

Enlisted Men

Sergeant Oliver M. Wallace, Company L.

Sergeant Guy Murphy, Company C.

Sergeant Peter F. Sievers, Company C.

Sergeant Chester S. Mason, Company G.

Sergeant Louis Lamers, Company F.

Sergeant Daniel W. Johnson, Company H.

Sergeant Ellis L. Spurgeon, Medical Department.

Corporal Richard M. Vernon, Company K.

Corporal John W. Browning, Company E.

Corporal Fred Deuschle, Company M.

Corporal Antone Boscacci, Company D.

 

 

FRENCH CROIX de GUERRE

 

ARMY CITATION.

Private Carrol O. Burr, Company "I".

 

Private Andres Vavasis, Company "I".

 

 

 

CORPS CITATION.

Private Harry I. Byron, Company "I".

 

Private John Trefz, Company "I".

 

 

 

DIVISION CITATION.

Captain Oscar C. Gibbs

First Lieut. James Boyd, Jr.

Sergeant Samuel J. Fox, Headquarters Co.

Corporal Isaac I. Fleming, Company "M".

Private Charles E. Alpeter, Company "G".

 

REGIMENTAL CITATION.

Colonel H. LaT. Cavenaugh

Lieut. James M. W. Manning

Sergeant Edward C. Johnson, Company "C".

 

Cook Joseph L. Gandolfo, Company "C".

Cook Frank G. Kurtz, Company "C".

Private Victor Trione, Company "C".

 

 

 

CITIZEN'S WELCOME.

Mayor James Rolph, Jr. -Chairman

 

VICE-CHAIRMEN

Supervisor, James E. Power

Jesse W. Lillienthal

Rear Admiral J. L. Jayne, U. S. N.

 

 

GENERAL SECRETARY-

Wm. F. Benedict

Major Gen. J. F. Morrison U. S. A.

Henry J. McCoy

Col. J. L. Flynn

Judge Edmund P. Mogan

 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY-

Harry I. Mulcrevy

Judge Thomas F. Graham

Daniel C. Murphy

Hon. P. H. McCarthy

Col. John H. Roberts, G. A. R.

 

TREASURER-

Harry Bogart

 

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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

Major James Rolph, Jr., Chairman

Supervisor Ralph McLeran

Gavin McNab

Harry Bogart

Paul T. Carroll

John McLaren

Harry M. Creech, Secretary.

 

 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND MEMORIALS.

 

Supervisor Ralph McLeran, Chairman

Dr. A. H. Giannini

John A. Britton

Jesse W. Lillienthal

Frederick J. Whitton

Theodore J. Roche

William B. Bourn

W. H. Crocker

Mrs. A. B. Spreckels

Eustace Culliman

R. A. Crothers

John Buck

Herbert Fleishhacker

Mrs. A. S. Baldwin

Most Rev. Archbishop Edward J. Hanna

John S. Drum

I. W. Hellman, Jr.

William L. Hughson

Hiram W. Johnson, Jr.

 

Andrew F. Mahony

John D. McGilvary

Daniel C. Murphy

Gavin McNab

Hon. P. H. McCarthy

Eugene McLean

Frederick W. Kellogg

Arthur Legallet

Mrs. Thurlow McMullin

Hon. William H. McCarthy

J. K. Moffitt

Right Rev. Wm. Ford Nichols

Rabbi Jacob Nieto

A. Sbarboro

Charles S. Stanton

Rudolph Taussig

William T. Sommers

Raphael Weill

Jos. J. Tynan

Thomas DeLury

 

Mrs. John B. Casserly

Mrs. Horace Coffin

Milton Esberg

Louis H. Mooser

Frank G. Sykes

E. J. Tobin

Miss Marian Delaney

Mrs. James Rolph, Jr.

Edward Rainey

Walter Martin

George U. Hind

M. A. Gunst

John P. Young

Senator James D. Phelan

Senator Hiram W. Johnson

Wm. F. Humphrey

George M. Rolph

John A. McGregor

Stuart F. Smith

Daniel P. Haggerty

 

 

 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON MEMORIAL SERVICES.

Gavin McNabb, Chairman

Most Rev. Archbishop Edward J. Hanna

Right Rev. Wm. Ford Nichols

 

Right Rev. A. W. Leonard

Rabbi Jacob Nieto

 

 

 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON PROGRAMME AND PARADES.

Paul T. Carroll, Chairman

Henry M. Owens

Thomas Rolph

Supervisor A. J. Gallagher

Supervisor Richard J. Welch

 

Supervisor Joseph Mulvihill

Edward Rainey

Frank Carroll

Wm. L. Hughson

 

Mrs. D. E. Easton

Mrs. A. B. Spreckels

Rev. Father D. O. Crowley

Eustace Cullinan

 

 

 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON DECORATIONS.

John McLaren, Chairman

John Reid, Jr.

Milton T. Clark

 

Timothy A. Reardon

Supervisor Ralph McLeran

 

Arthur Kempston

M. Earl Cummings

 

 

 

SUB-COMMITTEE ON REFRESHMENTS.

Harry Bogart, Chairman

Mrs. Prentis Cobb Hale

Supervisor J. Emmet Hayden

 

Supervisor Chas. A. Nelson

Miss Marian Leale

 

 

 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.

 

Edward J. Brandon

Corneilus J. Deasy

Andrew J. Gallagher

J. Emmet Hayden

Fred L. Hilmer

Oscar Hocks

 

John D. Hynes

John C. Kortick

Joseph F. Lahaney

Ralph McLeran

James R. McSheehy

Joseph Mulvihill

 

Charles A. Nelson

James E. Power

E. E. Schmitz

Fred Suhr, Jr.

Richard J. Welch

Edward I. Wolfe

 

 

 

 

 

HOME COMMITTEE.

 

 

 

COUNTY COUNCIL OF DEFENCE

Judge Geo. E. Crothers, Chairman

 

Mrs. A. B. Spreckels

Judge Edmund P. Mogan

Thomas S. Mulvey

Judge Thomas F. Graham

Sheriff Thomas F. Finn

Dist. Atty. Chas. M. Fickert

Chief D. A. White

John McLaren

William F. Humphrey

John S. Drum

 

Harry I Mulcrevy

J. H. Zemansky

Dr. Wm. C. Hassler

Mrs. M. C. Sloss

Miss Lillian Palmer

Dudley Moulton

 

 

 

WAR CAMP COMMUNITY SERVICE.

 

Most Rev. Archbishop Edward J. Hanna

Right Rev. Wm. F. Nichols

Rev. Dr. Joseph Sibley

Rabbi Jacob Nieto

Chief Justice F. M. Angelotti

John A. McGregor

William Sproule

Dr. A. H. Giannini

John H. McCallum

Reuben B. Hale

Mrs. E. I. Baldwin

Miss Marion Dleaney

Miss Agnes G. Regan

John A. Britton

Paul T. Carroll

Henry L. Mayer

F. W. Kellogg

C. S. Stanton

R. A. Crothers

Eugene McLean

Arthur Arlett

Albert E. Boynton

Jesse W. Lilienthal

Warren Olney, Jr.

Selah Chamberlain

Lyman L. Pierce

Fred A. McCarl

Henry J. McCoy

Frederick J. Whitton

Harry M. Creech

Rufus G. Smith

Adelaide J. Keirulff

 

 

FEDERAL DISTRICT DRAFT BOARD No. 1.

Oscar Sutro

Wm. F. Humphrey

Frank McDonald

 

Warren Gregory

J. C. McKinstry

 

 

MEMBERS LOCAL DRAFT BOARDS.

Draft Board No. 1

William Crocker

John B. Casserly

Dr. D. E. F. Easton

 

Draft Board No. 2

Chas. F. Reddy

Thos. R. O'Day

Louis Nonnemann

 

Draft Board No. 3

Joseph Edelmann

 

C. F. Collonan

 

Draft Board No. 4

Joseph A. Leonard

Thomas McGuire

John L. McNab

 

Draft Board No. 5

Matt I. Sullivan

Joseph G. Gallagher

John Reid, Sr.

 

Draft Board No. 6

Dr. Wm. A. Martin

Harry M. Kelly

John D. McGilvray

 

Draft Board No. 7

Alfred S. Gunn

W. W. Allen

H. D. Saville

 

Draft Board No. 8

Col. John L. Flynn

Max J. Kuhl

James A Bacigalupi

 

Draft Board No. 9

Clarence A. Fay

William M. Symon

William A. Kelly

 

Draft Board No. 10

Clarence Morris

Morris Schwartz

Lewis F. Byington

 

Draft Board No. 11

Dr. Edward Robeson Taylor

Joseph J. Tynan

Wm. L. Hathaway

 

Draft Board No. 12

Randolph V. Whiting

 

J. S. Phillips

 

Draft Board No. 13

A. Crawford Greene

John B. Campodonico

Darlo L. Perrone

 

 

COMMITTEEMEN AT LARGE

 

Howard C. White

E. R. Zion

Mrs. John F. Merrill

Miss Sarah Hagan

John O'Connell

C. C. Moore

General E. J. McClernand, U. S. A.

Milton A. Nathan, U. S. W. V.

Raymond O. Hanson

Col. L. E. Lamprecht, V. F. W.

John H. Dolan, N. I. W. V.

Col. T. P. Robinson

Hon. Geo. E. Gallagher

Dr. T. W. Connelly

Joseph Durney

P. S. Teller

Joseph A. Moore

F. E. Batturs

L. F. Newton

 

Dr. John Gallway

John D. Stelling

Dr. J. Tobin

W. J. Hardy

Alexander M. Bergevin

Mrs. C. C. Tichenor

Mrs. Leah H. Davis

Col. Edward Preble

Auditor Thos. F. Boyle

Treasurer J. E. McDougald

Angelo J. Rossi

George Symon

Hon. Wm. C. Mikulich

Thomas Alton

Thos. Caswell Boyle

Colonel H. G. Matheson

Rev. Joseph McQuaide

Mrs. A. E. Drendell

Mrs. S. J. Hayes

John P. Duffy

 

F. C. Lathrop

Brig. General Frank B. Watson, U. S. A.

Major General C. A. Devol, U. S. A.

Brigadier General Frank K. Ferguson, U. S. A.

Colonel A. M. Hunter, U. S. A.

Col. W. K. Jones, U. S. A.

Col. H. C. Haynes, U. S. M. C.

Mrs. Dolores Menzies, Manila Aux. 58, V. F. W.

Mrs. Louise Field

Mrs. Frances Burger

Mrs. Genevieve H. Newmark

Mrs. Earl Dillon

Al. Katachinski

Henry Ingwersen

Col. Thornwell Mullally

E. E. Wade

L. W. Austin

 

 

 

 

KINSFOLK DIVISION

363d Infantry

 

Abani, Mr. Wm.

Abani, Mrs. Wm.

Abrams, Mr. Abe

Abrams, Emanuel

Abrams, Gertrude

Abrams, Mr. J.

Abrams, Mrs. J.

Abrams, Mr. Kave

Abrams, Mrs. Minnie

Abrams, Miss M. J.

Abrams, Sam

Adalman, Rose N.

Adams, Mrs. J. B.

Adams, Anna

Adams, J. Jr.

Adams, W.

Adams, Mrs. W.

Adamson, Earl

Adamson, Mrs. W. H.

Adamy, Estelle

Adamy, Mrs. K.

Adamy, Lillian

Adamy, Mr. P.

Adamy, Mrs. P.

Adamy, Vera

Adamy, Walter

Adkins, H. D.

Adkins, Mrs. Lillian A.

Adkins, Master Lynn H.

Adkins, L. S.

Adler, Dr. Albert S.

Adler, Mrs. Albert S.

Alrey, Mrs. R. J.

Aguayo, A.

Aguayo, Mrs. A.

Ahearn, Mrs. Nora

Albers, Mrs. Marguerite

Albers, Pete

Albert, F.

Albert, Mrs. F.

Albert, Miss J.

Albert, Mrs. J.

Albrecht, Bernard

Albrecht, Catherine

Albrecht, Mrs. Esther

Aldersley, Buddy

Aldersley, Fannie

Aldersley, Lyell

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Seeburt, Miss Frances

Sembertrant, John

Sembertrant, Rose

Settle, Dorothy

Settle, J. C.

Settle, Marcelle

Settle, Mrs. J. C.

Sexton, George E.

Sexton, Mrs. Jennie C.

Seymour, Miss Agnes

Seymour, Miss Dolly

Seymour, George

Seymour, Capt. John F.

Seymour, Mrs. John F.

Seymour, Mabel

Shaefer, Miss E. G.

Shane, W. S.

Shane, Mrs. W. S.

Shank, Floyd C.

Shank, Mrs. Floyd C.

Shank, William

Shank, Mrs. William

Shannon, H. Raymond

Shannon, J.

Shannon, Mrs. J.

Sharp, Mrs. Mabel

Shaw, Dr. Joseph H.

Shaw, Mrs. Mary E.

Shearman, B. K.

Shearman, J. S.

Shearman, Mrs. J. S.

Sheehan, Miss Kate

Sheehan, Miss M. G.

Sheehan, Miss N. T.

Shell, Miss L.

Sherfey, Miss Edith

Sherwood, L. A.

Sherwood, Mrs. L. A.

Shields, Miss Florence

Shields, Mr. R. P.

Shields, Mrs. R. P.

Shipp, Mrs. Laura

Shone, Miss Ethel R.

Shone, Miss Sylvia M.

Shortridge, L.

Showe, Mrs. Phoebe

Shreve, Miss Edna

Siddall, Mrs. C. H.

Sievers, John

Sievers, John L.

Sievers, Otto H.

Siffam, B.

Siffam, Mrs. L.

Silva, Mrs. A. J.

Silva, Mrs. Bell

Silva, Walter

Silveira, Mrs. J. M.

Silveira, Manuel

Silveira, Mrs. Manuel

Silveira, Miss Margaret A.

Silverthorn, Ida E.

Silverthorn, W. A.

Simi, Miss Pici

Simonck, Mrs. P.

Simpson, Mrs. Mae

Simpson, Mrs.

Simpson, Thos.

Simpson, Vivian

Simpson, Mrs. Wm. A.

Singleton, Mrs. Minnie G.

Singley, Mrs. J. N.

Sivers, Fletcher

Sivers, George J.

Sivers, Joy

Sivers, Mrs. Winifred E.

Skinner, John J.

Skinner, Miss Mary

Skinner, Robert

Skinner, Mrs. Robert

Skinner, Robert F., Jr.

Slaght, J. A.

Slaght, Mrs. J. A.

Slater, L. N.

Slater, Mrs. L. N.

Slattery, Mrs. A.

Smiley, Miss Alice

Smiley, Miss Doris

Smiley, Naomi

Smiley, Mrs.

Smith, Alivia

Smith, A. J.

Smith, Mrs. C. R.

Smith, Clyde L.

Smith, Mrs. Clyde L.

Smith, Dorris

Smith, Ethel

Smith, Ethel G.

Smith, Mrs. E. E.

Smith, E. L.

Smith, Mrs. E. L.

Smith, Frank

Smith, Mrs. F. G.

Smith, Mrs. G. H.

Smith, Harold

Smith, Mrs. H. F.

Smith, Howard

Smith, Mrs. Howard

Smith, Jas.

Smith, Mrs. Jas.

Smith, Janet T.

Smith, Mr. John

Smith, Mrs. John

Smith, J. K.

Smith, Mrs. J. K.

Smith, Mr. K. F.

Smith, Mrs. K. F.

Smith, Louise

Smith, Mamie

Smith, Mr.

Smith, Mrs.

Smith, Miss Mathew

Smith, Mrs. M.

Smith, Mrs. May

Smith, Mrs. Maude

Smith, Miss Rita

Smith, Miss V. L.

Smith, Mrs. W.

Smith, Mrs. W. H.

Smith, Webb

Snow, A. P.

Snow, Dorothy

Snow, H. J.

Snow, Mrs. H. J.

Snow, Mrs. L.

Snyder, Mr. Arthur

Snyder, Mrs. Geo. D.

Snyder, Mrs. Lenora

Soares, Frank

Soares, Mrs. Frank

Soares, Mrs. M.

Son, Miss Jennie

Sonderup, Miss Elsie

Sonderup, Mrs. M.

Sorensen, Mrs. C. R.

Souza, J. B.

Souza, Mrs. J. B.

Spandau, Mrs. Adolph

Spandau, Miss Matilda

Spiegl, Miss F.

Spillane, Ed.

Spillane, Mrs. Lilie

Sprung, Mrs. C. R.

Spry, Miss Grace

Spry, Mrs. J.

Stacy, Ethel

Stacy, Mrs. H. L.

Stallard, Phyllis

Stallard, Mrs. M.

Stallard, George

Stanton, Mette

Stark, Mrs. Anna

Starrs, Miss

Starrs, E.

Starrs, Mrs. E.

Starrs, George

Starrs, Mr. J.

Starrs, Miss L.

Staunton, F.

Staunton, Mrs. F.

Staunton, Miss Meta

Stearn, H. P.

Stearn, Mrs. H. P.

Stebbins, Mrs.

Stedman, Mrs. Lucy J.

Steele, Mrs. C. E.

Steele, Ida J.

Steffen, Louise

Steffen, Mrs. M.

Steinmetz, Miss F.

Steinmetz, Mr. Gus

Steinmetz, Mr. Joseph

Stetson, Lucy

Stetson, L. H.

Stevens, Mrs. S.

Stevens, Margarete

Stevens, Nina

Stevens, Mrs. W. R.

Stewart, Miss Esther

Stewart, Mrs. Jas.

Stewart, Mrs. J. B.

Stewart, R. B.

Stimbecher, Chas.

Stimbecher, Mrs. Chas.

Stimbecher, Doris

Stockfleth, Mrs. A.

Stockfluth, A.

Stocking, W. E.

Stobing, Mrs. Rose

Stokes, Mr.

Stokes, Mrs.

Stolp, Herman A.

Stone, Mrs. J. G.

Stonehouse, Chas.

Stonehouse, Mrs. Chas.

Stough, Mrs. Harry C.

Stout, Arthur

Stout, Angeline

Stout, Lulu

Stout, Lyda L.

Stout, Milton A.

Stout, Morrell

Stout, Mrs. M. A.

Stout, Milton W.

Strobell, Wm.

Strong, Lieut. Ed. B.

Strong, Mrs. Elizabeth V.

Strong, Mrs. Wm. R.

Sturtevant, Mrs. Julia

Styan, Elizabeth

Styan, Harriet J.

Styan, James Wood

Styan, John George

Styan, Mrs. Mary Jane

Styan, Thomas E.

Suez, M.

Suez, Mrs. M.

Sullivan, G.

Sullivan, Catherine

Sullivan, G.

Sullivan, Mrs. G.

Sullivan, Miss Helen

Sullivan, Katherine

Sullivan, Marie

Sullivan, Mrs. Mary

Sullivan, Nellie

Sullivan, Mr. P.

Sullivan, Patrick

Sullivan, Mrs. Patrick

Sullivan, Vincent

Sullivan, Mr. Walter

 Swanson, Wm. H.

Swanton, Mrs. Effie C.

Swing, Miss E. H.

Sylva, Mrs. Carl

Sylva, Miss Blanche

Sylva, Henry G.

Sylva, Mrs. Henry G.

Syn, J.

Syn, Mrs. J.

Tafora, Frank

Tafora, Mrs. Frank

Tait, Annie

Talmage, Ralph

Taloff, Mrs. Anna

Taloff, Harry

Taloff, Ida

Tangney, Clifford

Tangney, Clarence

Tangney, Dave

Tangney, Hannah

Tangney, John

Tangney, Katherine

Tangney, Marguerite

Tangney, Mary

Tangney, Mitchell

Tangney, Patrick

Tassi, Mr. C. G.

Tavollera, John

Tavollera, Mrs. John

Tavollera, Miss Jessie

Tavollera, Miss Jessie

Tavollera, Lewis M.

Tavollera, Mary

Taylor, Mrs. Alice M.

Taylor, L. A.

Taylor, Lawrence

Taylor, Mrs. Lawrence

Teaffay, Mrs. Rose

Tegier, Wm.

Tenent, Mrs. Antone

Tenent, Frank

Tenent, Mrs. T. F.

Terrill, Mrs. F. P.

Terry, Mrs. M. L.

Thollander, Chas.

Thollander, Mrs. Chas.

Thollander, Gus.

Thomas, Roy

Thomas, Mrs. Roy

Thompson, A. L.

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Thompson, Mrs. Anna

Thompson, Annie

Thompson, Catherine

Thornton, Chas.

Thornton, Mr. Geo

Thornton, Mrs. Geo.

Thornton, Geo., Jr.

Thompson, Kathryn

Thompson, Leslie

Thompson, Madeline

Thompson, Nita

Thompson, W. G.

Thomson, Mrs. D. B.

Thorpe, Mrs. Lena

Thrane, Mrs. J.

Throne, George S.

Throne, Mrs. George S.

Thurman, Frederick H.

Thurman, Mrs. Lillias

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Tiedeman, J.

Tiedeman, Mrs. J.

Tiederman, C.

Tiederman, Mrs. C.

Tiederman, Miss F. F.

Tiederman, H.

Tiederman, Mrs. S.

Tiederman, Miss S.

Tietjen, Elmer

Tietjen, Leland

Tietjen, Otto

Timbel, E.

Timbel, Mrs. E.

Timbel, E. Jr.

Timdell, A. E.

Timdell, D. Q.

Timdell, F. L.

Timdell, F. R.

Timdell, Mrs. F. R.

Timdell, Mrs. R. D.

Tinker, Mrs.

Tinnemann, Mrs. O.

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Toffelmier, D. V.

Toffelmier, Mrs. D. V.

Toffelmier, Douglass

Toner, Lillian

Tonner, Miss Caroline

Toomey, Gertrude

Toomey, Helen

Toomey, H. C. J.

Toomey, James

Toomey, John

Toomey, Miss Mary

Toomey, William

Tormey, Mrs. P. J.

Totheroh, Chester

Totheroh, Mrs. Chester

Totheroh, John E.

Totheroh, Mrs. John E.

Totheroh, Wallace

Touhey, Pauline

Tousend, Mrs. Emma

Tremewan, Mrs. A.

Tretheway, Mrs. A.

Tretheway, Mrs. Mabel

Trimble, Arthur

Trimble, Mrs. Arthur

Trimble, A. J.

Trimble, Mrs. A. J.

Trimble, Arthur

Truebridge, Miss J.

Tubbs, David A.

Tubbs, Mrs. David A.

Tucker, Mrs. Victor

Tully, Mrs. F. D.

Turner, Mr.

Turner, Mrs. E.

Turner, Miss Lillian

Turner, Mrs. M.

Turner, Mrs. T. J.

Uchtman, Mrs. H.

Ufford, Grace

Ufford, Helen

Ufford, John

Ufford, Mrs. John

Ufford, Marie

Underwood, Mr. H. L.

Unger, Miss Gertrude

Urguhart, Mr. R. F.

Urguhart, Mrs. R. F.

Ussery, Mrs. Blanche B.

Ussery, Butler B.

Ussery, Mr. Thos. M.

Vahey, Mrs. J.

Valentine, Mrs. Agnes

Valentine, John

Valentine, Patrick

Vallerga, Mrs. Antonette

Vallerga, Madeline

Van Acker, Miss Ethel

Van Acker, Mrs. F.

Van Acker, Mrs. Robert

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Van Mourick, Mrs. Annabel

Vanucci, Miss L.

Vanucci, Lawrence

Van Sant, Mrs. Bert

Van Winkle, Mrs. C. W.

Varelias, G.

Varengo, Miss Lena

Varengo, Miss Rita

Varengo, Miss Rosie

Varney, Miss Edith

Vaughan, John A.

Vaughan, Mrs. Nona L.

Vell, M.

Vell, Mrs. M.

Veirlenky, Mrs. Alma

Venturi, Luis

Verduzco, Arthur

Verduzco, Mrs. F.

Verduzco, Josephine

Ver Linden, A. E.

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Ver Linden, Fabian

Ver Linden, Irene

Ver Linden, Lester

Ver Linden, Violet

Vernengo, Louise

Vernengo, Mrs. Marcella

Vernengo, Teresa

Vernon, R. W.

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Vieira, Frank

Vienop, Miss Mary

Vier, W. J.

Vier, Mrs. W. J.

Vieth, Mr. Fred

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Vigna, Mr. Joseph

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Vigna, Miss Julia

Vireno, T.

Vireno, Mrs. T.

Virgi, Albert

Virgi, Mrs. Albert

Virgi, John

Virgi, Michael

Vogel, Charles

Vogel, Mrs. Charles

Vogel, Emma

Vogel, Lena

Volz, Mrs. F.

Voudervoort, Mrs. Mabel

Wade, Mrs. Walter

Wafer, Mrs. S.

Wagner, Fred

Wakefield, H.

Wakerow, Mrs. Helen

Wales, Mrs. B.

Walker, Edith

Wall, A.

Wall, Mrs. E.

Walls, Mrs. Jos.

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Walsh, Miss Isabelle

Walsh, Charles L.

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Walsh, Joseph G.

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Walsh, Margaret G.

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Walsh, Mrs. M. H.

Walsh, Paul J.

Walsh, Peter G.

Walsh, Ruth L.

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Walshe, Miss Alice

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Walter, Fred

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Walthers, Mrs. M.

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Waltz, Mrs. B. B.

Warberton, Ethel

Ward, Miss Agnes

Ward, Harry

Ward, Helen E.

Ward, Mrs. M.

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Ward, Mrs. Mary

Ward, Master Thos.

Ward, Master Stephen

Ward, Tom

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Ware, E. J.

Ware, Mrs. E. J.

Ware, Mrs. E. L.

Ware, Helen

Warne, Mrs. J. H.

Warner, Helen

Warner, J. C.

Warner, Mrs. J. C.

Warner, Mrs. Margaret

Warren, Mary

Waterbury, Geo. A.

Waterbury, Mrs. Geo. A.

Watkins, Mr. G.

Watkins, Mrs. G.

Watkins, Miss Grace

Watson, Geo. G.

Watson, Mrs. G. T.

Watson, Mrs. M. A.

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Waymire, Mrs. N.

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Webb, Mrs. Sidney

Weber, Mr. Max

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Weinstein, Miss Ida

Weinzeimer, Mrs. Ray.

Weiss, Miss Mary

Weisman, Henry J.

Weisman, Mrs. Henry J.

Weisman, L. M.

Weiss, Mary

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Welch, Miss

Welch, C. H.

Welch, Mrs. C. H.

Welch, Miss Helen

Welch, Miss M.

Welch, Miss Majorie

Welch, Miss Verda

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Werner, J.

Werner, Mrs. Margaret

Werry, Miles

Werry, Mrs. Miles

West, Miss Anita

West, Miss Claribel

West, Miss Anita B.

Wester, Frances

Wester, Mr. E. O.

Wester, Mrs. E. O.

Wester, Miss Mildred

Wester, Miss Rose

Westfall, Mrs. J. C.

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Westup, Francis

Westup, Fred

Westup, John

Westup, Olga

Whalley, Miss Dorothy

Whalley, Mrs. E. M.

Whelan, Mr. F. F.

Whelan, Mrs. F. F.

Whelan, Miss M.

Whelan, Miss R.

Whipple, Mrs. N. S.

White, Mrs. A. C.

White, Mrs. D. W.

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Whitford, H. C.

Whitford, Mrs. H. C.

Whitford, John

Whitford, Miss

Whitford, William

Whitworth, Mrs. Eliza

Wick, Herman

Wick, Mrs. Herman

Wiebalk, Ernest E.

Wiebalk, Mrs. E. E

Wiebalk, Ernest S.

Wiebalk, Mrs. F. A.

Wiebalk, Hazel

Wiebalk, Will P.

Wiester, Mrs. W. H.

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Wilkes, Mrs. Sam

Wilkinson, Miss Mildred

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Will, Frederick G.

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Will, F. G.

Will, Mrs. F. G.

Will, Helen

Willcut, Geo. B.

Willcut, Mrs. Geo. B.

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Williams, Albert

Williams, Mr. Alvin

Williams, Charles

Williams, Cyril

Williams, Mrs. Cyril

Williams, Mrs. E.

Williams, Miss Ethel

Williams, Mr. F. N.

Williams, Mrs. F. N.

Williams, Miss Helen

Williams, Mrs. Jennie

Williams, Mrs. L. C.

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Williams, Stella

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Williamson, Earl A.

Williamson, Frank

Williamson, Mrs. Frank

Williamson, F. G.

Williamson, Harriet H.

Williamson, Louise M.

Williamson, William A.

Williamson, Mrs. William A.

Wilsey, Mrs. H. C.

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Wilson, Mrs. J.

Wilson, Mr. M. V.

Wilson, Mrs. M. V.

Wilson, Mrs. Nellie

Wilson, Mrs. Ray

Wilson, Mrs. R. L.

Wilson, Mrs. S.

Wilson, Mrs. S. E.

Wilson, Mrs. Sarah

Wilson, Mr. Stanley P.

Wilson, Mrs. Willa S.

Wise, A. H.

Wise, C. H.

Wise, Mrs. Lila

Wissel, George

Wissel, Gussie

Wissel, Mrs. M.

Witmer, Miss Beatrice

Wittman, Miss Edna

Wittman, Geo.

Wittman, Mrs. Geo.

Wittman, Miss Irma

Wobcke, Miss A.

Wobcke, H.

Wobcke, Mrs. H.

Woessner, M. L.

Wolf, Mrs. Ellsie

Wolf, Max

Wolf, Olga

Wolf, Richard

Wollenberg, Albert

Wollenberg, C. M.

Wollenberg, Mrs. C. M.

Wollenberg, Fannie

Wollenberg, Harold

Woodard, Mr. Louis

Woodard, Mrs. Louis

Woodroffe, Mr. M. L.

Woodroffe, Mrs. M. L.

Woodward, Mr. R. T.

Woodward, Mrs. R. T.

Woolley, Mrs. W. T.

Wright, Mrs. D. F.

Wright, Mrs. Ida M.

Wright, John

Wright, Miss Narcissa

Wright, Mrs. Sarah

Wugher, Louis

Wugher, Mrs. Louis

Wugher, Master

Wurthman, H.

Wurthman, Mrs. H.

Yeni, Mrs. John

Yenni, Mrs. John

Yenni, Mr. John

Yenni, Miss Lena

Young, Beatrice

Young, Charles

Young, Mrs. Charles

Young, Carl

Young, Conrad, Jr.

Young, Mr. Conrad

Young, Edna

Young, George

Young, Mrs. Helen

Young, Irene

Young, Katherine

Young, Louis

Young, Miss Majorie

Young, Sadie

Young, Mrs. Tilla

Young, Wm. T.

Young, Mrs. Wm. T.

Young, William

Zambalich, Mrs.
Zanone, Antone

Zanone, A. E.

Zanone, James

Zappan, Miss E.

Zappan, Frank

Zappan, Mrs. F.

Zappan, Helen

Zaro, Miss Carisa

Zaro, Domenico

Zaro, Maria

Zaro, Meri

Zavatello, Mrs. Anita

Zavatello, Vincent

Zecker, Mrs. F. N.

Zeimer, Dr. Irving S.

Zeimer, Mrs. Irving S.

Zeimer, Irving S., Jr.

Zeimer, Robert Riese

Zellar, Mr. Arthur A.

Zelms, Mrs. Anna

Zelms, Herman

Zelms, Mildred

Zeus, C. H.

Zeus, Mrs. C. H.

Zeus, Ed. A.

Zeus, Mrs. Ed. A.

Zimmerman, O. E.

Zincand, Ed.

Zinns, Annette M.

Zinns, F. A.

Zinns, Mrs. Franklin A.

Zinns, Olive E.

 

 

 

Colonel H. LaT. Cavenaugh and Original Staff of Officers of the 363d.

 

 

 

Photo taken at Camp Lewis, American Lake, Washington, a short time before the departure of  the regiment overseas. Those in the group are:

 

First Row, sitting, Left to Right.

 

1st Lieut. DeWitt M. Evans, Co. D.  1st Lieut. Maurice R. Walker, Supply Co.  1st. Lieut. William W. Frank, Medical Corps.  1st. Lieut. William W. McMartin, Medical Corps.  1st Lieut. John S. Rankin, Medical Corps.  Capt. Charles H. Abercromble, Co. M.  1st Lieut. Jamie de Angule, Medical Corps.  1st Lieut. James Sloan, Headquarters Co.  Captain Thomas A. Driscoll, Headquarters Co.  1st Lieut. Manton D. Armstrong, Co. C.  Capt. Edward J. Mitchell, Co. C.  Capt. John G. Heywood, Co. B.  1st Lieut. Camillus Christian, Co. E.  1st Lieut. Robert P. Shields, Co. A.  1st Lieut. Truman A. Starr, Machine Gun Co. E.  Capt. Robert B. Childs, Co. E.  Capt. Edmund O. Forsyth, Co. K.  Major Bertram A Cadwalader, 1st Battalion, Lieut. Col. Reginald B. McNally.  Colonel Harry LaT. Cavenaugh, Commanding Regiment.  Major Copley Enos, 3rd Battalion.  Major Henry Breckinridge, 2nd Battalion.  Capt. Charles C. Quigley, Regimental Adjutant.  Capt. Charles E. Chenoweth, Regimental Supply Officer.  Capt. Andrew J. McCallen, Co. L.  Capt. Edward L. Welsh, Co. H.  Capt. Walter E. Garrison, Co. D.  Capt. Walter E. Wilson.  Capt. Edwin B. Callahan, Co. A.  1st. Lieut. Louis M. Walden, Co. L.  Capt. Orrin W. Potter, Co. F.  Capt. Emmett P. Colpin, Machine Gun Co.  1st Lieut. James Boyd, Jr., Machine Gun Co.  1st Lieut. Percy M. Smith, Co. K.  1st Lieut. James C. Evenden, Co. F.  1st. Lieut. Walter R. Marquart, Co. M.  1st Lieut. Carlos S. Greeley, Co. M.  Capt. Frank S. Sever, Co. I.  1st. Lieut. Cecil H. Anderson, Co. B.  1st. Lieut. Edward Blair, Co. G.

 

Second Row, Standing, Left to Right.

 

2nd. Lieut. Theodore C. Jones, Co. G.  1st. Lieut. Rowdy Gentry, Co. K.  2nd Lieut. Herman Amos, Co. D.  2nd Lieut. Wendell S. Kuhn, Battalion Adjutant, 1st. Battalion.  1st. Lieut. Winfred P. McDaniels, D. C.  2nd Lieut. R. Lester Kelly, Co. H.  1st Lieut. Charles R. McCreery, Medical Corps.  2nd Lieut. Lloyd G. Hill, Co. C.  2nd Lieut. William J. Coyle, Co. A.  2nd Lieut. William E. Fitzpatrick, Co. B.  2nd Lieut. Edgar A. Freeman, Headquarters Co.  2nd Lieut. Walter E. Erb, Headquarters Co.  2nd Lieut. Carl G. Hjelte, Battalion Adjutant, 2nd Battalion.  2nd Lieut. Frederick C. Erb, Co. H.  2nd Lieut. Harold Jenness, Co. E.  2nd Lieut. James A. Vincent, Co. G.  2nd Lieut. Francis M. Phelps, Co. G.  2nd Lieut. Everett R. Leisure, Co. A.  2nd Lieut. Abraham L. McMahon, Co. A.  2nd Lieut. Edgar G. Kester, Co. A.  2nd Lieut. Walter N. Anderson, Co. B.  2nd Lieut. William Zimmerman, Co. E.  2nd Lieut. Maurice P. Mitchell, Co. D.  2nd Lieut. Forrest A. Cobb, Co. C.  2nd Lieut. Charles P. McLaughlin, Co. D.  2nd Lieut. David H. Cohn, Co. K.  2nd Lieut. John H. Hackley, Co. M.  2nd Lieut. Joseph G. Cheney, Co. E.  2nd Lieut. Edwin O. Slater, Co. K.  2nd Lieut. Earl T. Parrish, Co. F.  2nd Lieut. Gustaf  H. Lindberg, Co. L.  2nd Lieut. Harold P. Vickery, Co. K.  2nd Lieut. Thomas Lynch, Supply Co.  2nd Lieut. Joseph Kreutz, Machine Gun Co.  2nd Lieut. Ernest G. Raas, Co. I.  2nd Lieut. Oscar C. Gibbs, Co. I.  2nd Lieut. Orville R. Emerson, Co. I.  2nd Lieut. Daniel C. Upp, Jr., Battalion Adjutant, 3rd Battalion.  2nd Lieut. Howard M. Estes, Co. H.  1st Lieut. Kenneth A. Carey, Co. I.  2nd Lieut. Carleton B. Joeckel, Co. L.  2nd Lieut. Andrew J. Aiken, Co. M.

 

Third Row, Standing, Left to Right.

 

1st. Lieut. Henry S. Bailey, Co. B.  2nd Lieut. Lambert A. Beard, Co. E.  2nd Lieut. William S. Jones, Supply Co.  2nd Lieut. Milton Gunn, Supply Co.  2nd Lieut. Harold Fromwiller, Co. C.  2nd Lieut. Charles M. Ross, Co. H.  2nd Lieut. James M. W. Manning, Co. G.  1st Lieut. Lloyd S. Spooner, Headquarters Co.  2nd Lieut. Harold M. Childs, Co. L.  2nd Lieut. Fremont W. Walton, Co. B.  2nd Lieut. James Siddall, Supply Co.  2nd Lieut. H. H. Vickers, Headquarters Co.  2nd Lieut. Lloyd T. Cochran, Co. F.  2nd Lieut. Grover Achors, Machine Gun Co.  2nd Lieut. Hayden O. Duke, Co. F.  1st Lieut. Francis H. Partridge, Co. H.  2nd Lieut. John W. Lawton, Co. M.  2nd Lieut. Russell T. Robinson, Machine Gun Co.  1st. Lieut. Gorver Baichley, Co. G.  2nd Lieut. Guernsey F. Frazer, Co. I.  2nd Lieut. Cedric W. Clark, Co. C.

 

 

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WELCOME HOME

 

COLONEL CAVENAUGH and boys of the 363d Infantry, all San Francisco, all California, takes you to its heart on this great day, to let you know you are welcome home.

 

      With the keenest interest we have followed your triumphal progress; followed you from the day when, as raw recruits, carrying the flag presented and entrusted to you by the City of San Francisco, you lined up in regimental formation at Camp Lewis; followed you as you went to France to do your part in laying the enemy prostrate; followed you in the historic battles you waged at St. Mihiel, in the Meuse-Argonne, in the Ypres-Lys offensive; followed you, finally, every step of the long journey that brings you back to the best town on earth, to San Francisco— HOME—as the most distinguished and most heroic American regiment of the war.

 

      Some of those to whom we bade good-bye in 1917 from the steps of our City Hall lie today beneath the fields of France and Belgium and we will see them no more. Goldstar mothers and wives and sisters there are who will watch your triumphant home-coming with tear-dimmed eyes, weeping for their own boys whom you left sleeping "over there." To these we extend our boundless sympathy. To these we do honor, as do you, who know better than an others the noble manner in which the flower of our manhood laid down their lives.

 

      Again, boys of the 363d, boys of the Glorious West, we say to you: "Welcome, a hundred times Welcome, Home." We love you. We admire you. You are our own.

 

Sincerely,

 

JAMES ROLPH, JR.

Mayor of San Francisco

 

 

 

 

Transcribed by: Jeanne Sturgis Taylor.

Proofread by Betty Vickroy.


© 2008 Jeanne Sturgis Taylor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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