Pike County Illinois - WW I - Honor Roll

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With The Colors From Pike County Honor Roll
An Honor Roll
Containing a Pictorial Record of the gallant and courageous men
from Pike County, Illinois, U.S.A.,
who served in the Great War
1917 - 1918 - 1919
Published by "The Barry Record" W. M. Hailey (editor)
Rosemary Reeves & Christine Walters transcribed & scanned this book (August 2009)
Special thanks to Billie Browning for the loan of his book
 
  
President Woodrow Wilson ------ Marshal Ferdinand Foch


  
General John J. Pershing ----- Governor Frank O. Lowden of Illinois
Men of Illinois, I Welcome You Home
You entered the service of your country knowing something of the trials, dangers and sufferings that were ahead of you. Some of you crossed the sea to meet those dangers in the trenches, on no man's land and on the battlefields of Europe. You saw your comrades fall, but you kept on. You saw them borne away on stretches or in ambulances, never expecting to see them again. But you and many of those who left you wounded and sick have come back. With the men who spent months in camps in the United States and had none of the excitement anddangers of battle; yet, who nevertheless served their country to the best of their ability, you have come home. You know what that word means now, if you did not know before. Home in Illinois, America, the best country in the world. It has always been worth fighting for. Your comrades now sleeping on foreign battlefields have proven it is worth dying for and you have shown it is worthy of the great risks you have taken.
Now, men of Illinois, weary of war, longing for home and the quiet pursuits of peace, you ahve a new task before you. It is the preservation of the liberties for which you risked your all. It is the resumption of peaceful relations. Great problems lie ahead of us and you must aid in their solution. I am sure you will prove equal to that task as thoroughly as you met the demands of the last two trying years.
Frank O. Lowden Springfield, ILL June 9, 1919 - Governor of Illinois Divider Line FORWARD
To the four millions of our young manhood who formed the nation's fighting forces in its time of peril, the undying gratitude of each lover ofhome and country - both now and for generations to come -- will be given. Leaving their homes, parents and friends, and all that life held dear, they went forth cheerfully into the unknown adventure, little knowing what might be their lot in the days to come. Whether they fought the Hun on the French battlefields, sailed the seas to keep open the lines of traffic to France, built railroads and hauled supplies behind the fighting troops, guarded lines of communication, or spent their time in the training camps in the United States, theirs was service to the Flag, regardless of what manner in which each dividual played his respective part. Many lie today beneath the sod of France and England. We will ever honor and revere their memory. Many more have returned wounded. To them we will always endeaver to show our gratitude for their sacrifices to the cause of Liberty and Right.
Lest we should too soon forget those soul-trying days of 1917 and 1918, and the coming generations have no tangible evidence of the part Pike County played in the great struggle for Humanity, this book "With the Colors from Pike County" is published, with the sole purpose of gathering together on the printed page the splendid record of the county's participation in the World War.
W. M. Hailey Divider Line
- Index by Surname -

ABBOTT, John Leland

ACKLES, Paul E.

ADAMS, B. H.

AIKEN, Albert Glenn

ALLEN, Herbert H.

ALLEN, John

ALLEN, Merle F.

ALLEN, Truman W.

ALLEN, William E.

ALSUP, John Everett

ANDERSON, Knoble O.

ARNOLD, Lee B.

ASKEW, Harry Dewey

ATOR, Frank

ATWOOD, Robert Lee

AUTERY, Ralph M.

AYLESWORTH, Cecil V.

BAGBY, Russell

BAKER, Chester Elbert

BARBER, Merle S.

BARNES, Floyd M.

BARNES, Lawrence Leslie

BARTON, Chedister B.

BARTON, Karl Lee

BATTERSHELL, Charles Chester

BAUER, Chester A.

BEAUMAN, Fred R.

BEAVERS, Dr. Charles E.

BEEDLE, Harry L.

BELL, Dan.

BERRY, Burdette

BERRY, James Halford

BILLINGS, Charles E.

BILLINGS, Lonnie

BIRCH, Frank Edward

BLACKETTER, Louis Merle

BLACKETTER, Virdle F.

BLAIR, Edward E.

BLAIR, Milford F.

BLAIR, Orville H.

BLOYD, Lloyd T.

BOLIN, Emil

BOLIN, Vernon

BOOTH, Aldo Glen

BOREN, Basil E.

BORROWMAN, Fred H.

BOWERS, Jake Rush

BOWMAN, Harry F.

BOWMAN, J. E.

BOWMAN, William M.

BRADBURY, Homer L.

BRADSHAW, William

BRANDURN, Clarence E.

BRANNICK, Frank

BREWER, Leslie

BRIM, Robert Loraine

BRISCOE, Henry C.

BROKAW, SHerman

BROKAW, Z. M.

BROOKS, Virgil Grimes

BROWN, Arthur V.

BROWN, George Leo

BROWN, Irl

BROWN, Joseph W.

BROWN, Robert V.

BROWN, Reuben H.

BROWNING, Clarence

BROWNING, William E.

BUCHANAN, Jesse

BURBRIDGE, Virgil V.

BUTLER, Carson Pringle

BUTLER, Kenneth Watson

BUTTERS, Ellery

BUTTERS, Fornie

BYBEE, Clarence W.

BYBEE, Virgil P.

CALHOUN, Clyde

CALHOUN, John (Jr)

CALHOUN, Roy

CAMMIRE, Walter J.

CAMP, Homer M.

CAMPBELL, Warren Arthur

CARLTON, Paul Everett

CARROLL, Daniel B.

CARROLL, Hugh D.

CARROLL, Martin A.

CARROLL, Mike

CASTEEL, Claude M.

CAWTHON, John C.

CHANDLER, Martin William

CHEEK, Ross E.

CLARK, Lewis Asa

CLARK, Lloyd Talbert

CLAUS, Leslie

CLIFT, Asa Bertram

CLONINGER, Benjamin

COBB, Charles L.

COBB, Jess G.

COLEGROVE, James E/

COLEGROVE, Kenneth E.

COLEY, Glenn

COLEY, Paul Craig

COLLINS, Charles Truman

COLLINS, Clifford W.

COLLINS, George G.

COLLINS, Levi

COLLINS, Merrill C.

COLLINS, Virgil

COLVIN, Charles Glenn

COLVIN, Howard W.

CONNOR, Charles I.

CONRAD, John H.

CONRAD, Lewis E.

COULTAS, Harry Glen

COX, William H. H.

CRANE, Russell

CRATER, John Edward

CREECH, Arthur B.

CREWS, Leslie F.

CROSS, George M.

CROWDER, Leonard

CRUMP, Alva Glenn

CURLIS, Wesley L.

DABNEY, Charles Percy

DABNEY, James C.

DAIGH, Percy H.

DAVIS, Robert W.

DEAN, Julian A.

DELL, Orion Harrison

DENNIS, Edward K.

DILLON, Norris

DILLON, William

DUDLEY, William R.

DOLBEARE, David Thomas

DOLBEARE, Raymond V.

DOLBOW, Harold Kenneth

DOOCY, Edward Butler

DORSEY, Leslie D.

DORSEY, Otis B.

DORSEY, Prentiss E.

DORSEY, William C.

DOYLE, Edward Lee

DRESCH, J. Russell

DUCEY, Clayton James

DUCEY, Edwin J.

DUCEY, Michael J.

DUCEY, Virgin William

DUCKWORTH, Earl W.

DUNCAN, Stanley C.

DUNAVEN, Ralph J.

DUNHAM, Carl N.

DURHAM, Lester O.

EAGLE, E. G.

EDDINGFIELD, Forrest F.

EDWARDS, Robert

EHRGOTT, Raymond

ELDER, William B.

ELLEDGE, Clement

ELLIOT, Chester F.

ELLIOTT, Emmor F.

ELLIOTT, Homer

ELLIS, William Glenn

EPKER, Walter E.

ERVIN, James Thomas

EVANS, Joseph W.

FARIS, Harry J.

FARRAND, Kitchel

FARRAND, Ralph P.

FERGUSON, Edward Glenn

FESLER, James Wheelan

FESLER, Martin A.

FESLER, Wade C.

FINCHUM, Forby

FISH, Charles E.

FISH, James E.

FISH, George E.

FISHER, Leslie W.

FITCH, Harold A.

FITCH, Lloyd Doran

FITZGERALD, Scott

FITZPATRICK, Clarence

FORD, Newell C.

FOREMAN, Leslie K.

FOREMAN, Stanley

FORGY, Harvey

FORGY, Lewis D.

FORSHEY, Claude

FORSHEY, David

FOSTER, W. Emmett

FRANKLIN, Orville Ray

FREEMAN, Lloyd M.

FRENCH, Floyd

FRISBY, Guy H.

FULLER, Lewis H.

FUNK, Emmett L.

GALLOWAY, Claud H.

GALLOWAY, Roy Cecil

GARD, Ralph H.

GARRISON, Richard J.

GARVIN, WIley B.

GAY, Ernest H.

GAY, Harry W.

GAY, Hobart R.

GEISENDORFER, Karl E.

GREEN, Von H.

GIEKER, Joye E.

GIEKER, Raymond I.

GILBERT, Charles Thomas

GITTES, Alonzo

GLASGOW, James T.

GODFREY, Charles A.

GOODMAN, Dr. J. E.

GOSE, John Vernon

GOULD, Lee A.

GRAFFORD, Willis J.

GRAHAM, Ray Scott

GRAMER, Alva W.

GRAMER, Arthur Raymond

GRAMMER, Leslie

GRAY, Arthur E.

GRAY, Guy W.

GRAY, Kenneth E.

GRAY, Ralph Clarendon

GRAY, Robert

GREEN, James L.

GREEN, Von H.

GRIFFETH, Everett D.

GUNLOCK, Walter

HAILEY, Arthur M.

HAILEY, Foster B.

HAILEY, Howard W.

HALL, Arch

HAMM, Beat

HARBOURN, Benjamin

HARPOLE, Hal

HARPOLE, Hugh S.

HARPOLE, Leon R.

HARPOLE, Ralph O.

HARRIS, Floyd

HARRIS, Oliver M.

HARSHMAN, Harry E.

HASSETT, Henry

HASSETT, Joseph N.

HAUS, James William

HAYDON, Higbee Paul

HAYES, Harry

HAYNES, Vern V.

HAYS, Percy Ray

HEDGES, Griffin

HEIGHTMAN, William F.

HELDRETH, Guy Samuel

HEMPHILL, Raymond M.

HESS, Walter E.

HIERMAN, Marion B.

HILDRETH, Charles William

HILDRETH, Kenneth H.

HILL, Charles M.

HILL, Cline

HILL, Harvey Virgil

HILL, Rayburn Coe

HILLMAN, Glen O.

HILLMAN, William I.

HIVELY, Cloyd R.

HOLMES, Floyd R.

HOLMES, George Lessig

HOOPER, Earnest

HOOVER, Bryon

HOOVER, Ross E.

HOPKINS, Charles L. (Jr)

HOPKINS, Guy Beatty

HOPKINS, Stephen F.

HORN, Frank

HORNBACK, Benjamin

HOSFORD, Clifford H.

HOSKINS, Thomas A.

HOUSTON, William M.

HOWARD, Marion W.

HUDDELSON, Clarence E.

HUDELSON, Robert R.

HULL, George Ernest

HULL, Grant

HULL, Russell A.

HULL, William

HULSE, Lee

HUNNICUT, William T.

HUNTER, Jennings B.

HUNTER, Robert E.

HUNTLEY, Leo H.

HUSBAND, Wayne I.

ITERMAN, George E.

JACKSON, Jesse Raymond

JEX, Elmer E.

JEX, Johnson

JOHNSON, Charles Albert

JOHNSON, Charles Leo

JOHNSTON, A.S.R.

JOHNSTON, Andrew J.

JOHNSTON, Ellis F.

JONES, Harry H.

KALLENBACH, Harvey

KALLENBACH, John

KANDER, William F.

KARSTEN, John William

KAYLOR, Alvah

KELLER, Paul L.

KELLY, Ray A.

KELLUM, Emery D.

KENDALL, Alfred T.

KENDRICK, John L.

KENDRICK, Arcade John

KENDRICK, Earl McKinley

KENDRICK, Ralph D.

KENNEDY, Merle

KERN, Charles Edward

KERN, Karl S.

KIDDER, Harry

KIDDER, Thomas L.

KINDLE, Earl

KINDLE, Herald

KINNAMON, Russell L.

KINSCHERFF, Paul E.

KIRBY, Warren Lyons

KISTNER, Kenneth

KLEMME, Joseph Edwin

KLEMME, Louis W.

KNOX, Raymond Kenneth

KOELLER, Edward L.

KUHLMAN, Fay F.

KUND, Aldo H.

LACEY, Harry

LADOW, Roswell

LAIRD, Rev. Melvin Robert

LANE, James A.

LANSDON, Ray

LAUGHARN, Earl

LAWSON, Everett E.

LESTER, Jesse D.

LEWTON, Frank

LEWTON, Zadoc V.

LIEHR, Benjamin A.

LIEHR, Calvin

LIEHR, Lawrence

LINDSEY, William P.

LIPPENCOTT, Malcom B.

LISTER, Arthur E.

LISTER, Elmer

LOVELESS, Harry Clayton

LYNCH, Lesler H.

LYTLE, Louis William

MADISON, Harvey

MAIN, Carl

MAIN, Carson E.

MAIN, Faris Andrew

MAIN, George Chrysup

MAIN, Mudd M.

MAIN, Rill R.

MAIN, Roscoe Conkling

MAIN, Walter E.

MAIN, Wendall E.

MAJOR, Archie

MARTIN, Harry

MARTIN, Wesley

MASON, Fred G.

MASTERS, Arthur Edward

MAYES, Lorenzo

MAYNARD, Lee C.

MAYNARD, Wade H.

MAYS, Carson

McALLISTER, Claude E.

McCAFFREY, Owen Logan

McCLINTOCK, Frank H.

McHOSE, James L.

McINTIRE, Cecil Alvin

McINTIRE, Thomas T.

McKEAN, Shirley Neal

McKEY, Frank

McKNIGHT, Earl N.

McMULLEN, John O.

McNUTT, Dennis

McNUTT, Ernest E.

McWORTER, Shelby

McWORTER, Thomas

MEAUX, Gordon Dedman

MEAUX, Lester Baird

MEISENBACH, Rollin M.

MELLON, Eugene H.

METCALF, George Russell

METZ, Wayne B.

METZ, William M.

MEYER, Paul Emil

MILBY, Abraham T.

MILLHIZER, Daniel C.

MINK, Harvey Jacob

MINTON, Alonzo F.

MINTON, Oscar L.

MOORE, Grant W.

MOORE, Frank L.

MOORE, Luther M.

MOORE, William

MORGAN, Bert

MORGAN, Francis D.

MOTLEY, Robert Emmett

MOYER, Simon Jones

MULKINS, Louis Robert

MULLENIX, Harvey A.

MULLENIX, Oris

MYERS, Forby

MYERS, Homer C.

MYERS, Otto K.

MYES, John

NATION, Virgil

NEESE, David M.

NELSON, Albert T.

NELSON, Howard Napier

NEWMAN, Harry E.

NEWMAN, Ogden

NICHOL, Frank E.

NICHOL, Ross J.

NICKASON, Thomas L.

NIEBER, Ben

NORTHRUP, William Wallace

NORTON, Lyndle

O'BRIEN, Edwin Churchill

O'CONNOR, Andrew Patrick

ORILL, Ernest E.

OWNBY, Hays L.

PARRICK, Dewey

PEACHER, Frank Leroy

PEACOCK, Carl

PEACOCK, Samuel J.

PEACOCK, Silber C.

PECK, Leo F.

PELICAN, Henry B.

PENCE, Glenn C.

PENNOCK, Irving F.

PERCINTINA, Roy

PETERS, Cicero H.

PETERS, Earl J.

PETERSON, Charles Harrison

PHENNINGER, Gus

PHENNEGER, Val J.

PHILLIPS, Albert

PHILLIPS, Homer

PIERSON, Fred E.

POLLOCK, John R.

POTTER, George W.

POTTER, John E.

POWELL, Elza Cecil

PREDMORE, Ephraim

PRICE, Cornelius

PRICE, Leonard

PRICE, Paul P.

PRINGLE, John A.

PRINGLE, Kenneth G.

PULLIAM, Cyril

PURCELL, Thomas C.

QUINLAN, Henry C.

RAINWATER, John R.

RALPH, Chester D.

RAMSEY, Alfred H.

RAMSEY, Harry S.

REEL, Truman

REEVES, Leslie

REINDHARDT, Otto H.

REYNOLDS, Thomas A.

RILEY, Elmer C.

RITCHIE, Finley Earl

ROADS, Daniel Walker

ROBINSON, Leslie W.

ROBINSON, Ross O.

ROBINSON, Russell O.

ROY, Anthony

RUSE, Charlie

RUSH, George H. (Enlisted 1917)

RUSH, George H. (Enlisted 1918)

RUSK, Willard

SACKETT, Elza

SACKETT, Harry B.

SANBURY, Fred

SAPP, Robert M.

SARGENT, Fred E.

SAYLOR, Andrew S.

SCHEMEL, Frank E.

SCOTT, Cloyd S.

SCOTT, Edward H.

SEIFERS, George H.

SHANAHAN, Virgil M.

SHAW, Elmer

SHAW, William

SHEWE, Donald R.

SHIVE, Otha

SHOEMAKER, Charles Hoyt

SHORT, William Everett

SIBERT, James C.

SIDWELL, Raymond

SIEBERT, Fred E.

SIEFERS, George R.

SIGLER, Walter A.

SIGSWORTH, Frank

SILKWOOD, Charles H.

SIMS, Ralph

SITTON, Rade Vern

SMART, Glenn Marion

SMITH, Claud Earl

SMITH, Elza C.

SMITH, Eugene G.

SMITH, Fay

SMITH, Floyd Olin

SMITH, George

SMITH, James Hall

SMITH, Lester V.

SMITH, Lloyd

SMITH, Wilmer R.

SNODGRASS, Thos. R.

SNOWHILL, Julius R.

SNYDER, Harrison

SOWERS, Harold

SPINK, Garrett Glen

SPINK, Walter Stewart

SPRAGUE, Jerry S.

STARK, Claud C.

STAUFFER, Frank M.

STAUFFER, Roy B.

STAUFFER, Walter E.

STAUFFER, William Theodore

ST. JOHN, Lawrence

STOLTE, Frank

STONE, Roy Elbert

STONER, Loren N.

STOTTLEMYER, John

STROHEKER, Frank Sewall

STRUBINGER, Bert

STRUBINGER, Loraine

STRUBINGER, Taylor

STRUBINGER, Walter L.

SWANEY, Cecil Glynn

SWEETING, William H.

SWISHER, Edward T.

SWISHER, Fred C.

SWISHER, Walter B.

SYKES, Fred J.

SYRCLE, Floyd T.

SYRCLE, William Lester

TEMPLE, James Henry

THIELE, Fred

THIELE, James L.

THIELE, William R.

TITTSWORTH, Grant

TORRY, Alva R.

TOWNLEY, Arthur Wm.

TRAUTWEIN, JohN Raymond

TREW, Frank G.

TRICK, Carl Cuthbert

TRIPLETT, Albert Leslie

TRIPLETT, George W.

TROUTMER, Frank G.

TURNBAUGH, Frank

TURNER, Frank Watson

TURNER, John William

TURNER, Morris S.

VAN CAMP, Delbert

VANNATTA, Louis

VAUGHN, Leslie A.

VETREES, Edward D.

VOLLBRACHT, Arthur E.

WADE, Jesse D.

WAGGONER, Lyndle King

WAGY, Harry K.

WALCH, Roy

WALKER, George E.

WALL, Carl J.

WALLACE, Enoch M.

WALMSLEY, Johnnie L.

WARD, Abe T. W.

WARE, Gay Hollembeak

WARTON, George Biddle

WARTON, John (Jr)

WASHINGTON, Charles E.

WASSON, Floyd E.

WASSELL, Wm. Louis

WATTERS, Brady E.

WATTERS, Clarence F.

WATTERS, Warren W.

WEBEL, Ross W.

WEBSTER, Charles M.

WEBSTER, Stanley

WEEKS, Harry Eagle

WELLS, Frank H.

WELLS, Lewis E.

WENDORFF, Henry E.

WENDORFF, William H.

WHEELOCK, Coyne

WEST, Fred

WHITE, Charles A.

WHITEFIELD, John R.

WHITLOCK, John C.

WHITTAKER, John L.

WILKINS, Charles M.

WILDT, Leslie L.

WILLS, Ross E.

WILLIAMS, Bourke

WILLIAMS, Clayton

WILLIAMS, Victor

WILLIS, Eugene F.

WILLMERING, R. E.

WILLSEY, James G.

WILSON, Willie

WINDMILLER, George Ramond

WING, O. N.

WINNER, Dolle

WINNER, Jesse B.

WISE, Henry L.

WITMYRE, Emanuel Edward

WOODWARD, Jesse

WOODRUFF, Carl C.

WOOD, Harry

ZIMMERMAN, Earl G.

ZIMMERMAN, Willis G.

ZUMWALT, Carl R.

ZUMWALT, Cecil

ZUMWALT, Ora