Military - World War I


Oregon's Honor Roll

Names of officers and enlisted men from Oregon who lost their lives while serving in the armed forces during the World War
Salem, Oregon
State Printing Department
1922

Transcribed by Mary Saggio
The following list of Oregon men who gave their lives for their country while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States during the World War is the result of a careful search of all available records, State and Federal.

In the event any omission or error should be noted in this list it is requested that this office be advised in order that same may be corrected in later publication.

George A. White,
Adjutant General.
February 1, 1922
Name Location
Allen, Joseph S. Oregon City
Appleby, Rex Milwaukie
Aune, Fred E. West Linn
Berner, Albert E. Hoff
Bingham, Merle Campbell Oregon City
Boylan, Lester M. Oregon City
Branland, Verner C. Colton
Brown, Burton T. Canby
Bruce, Frank William Oregon City
Bruzzese, Nick Milwaukie
Caufield, Waldo E. Oregon City
Cockerline, Conrad C. Estacada
Damours, Elmer L. Molalla
Dawson, Howard Oregon City
Deetz, Jonas L. Needy
Douglass, Carl Dwight Eagle Creek
Eldred, Lambert Orson Molalla
Hammond, Mervin F. Logan
Hancock, William E. Oregon City
Hanson, Lloyd Christopher Oregon City
Harrington, Loren G. Stafford
Hoeye, Emerson Oregon City
Hoffman, Edward Sandy
Hoffmeister, William McKinley Eagle Creek
Imel, Roy Clackamas
Johnson, Herbert Canby
Kelly, Walter L. Oregon City
Kent, John Lowell Park Place
Kohl, Frank E. Oregon City
Mallatt, Arthur T. Oregon City
McIntyre, Edward Beaver Creek
Melvin, Harry Oregon City
Mooney, John L. Clackamas
Nollmyer, Henry C. Oregon City
Rivers, Lester Barton
Rogers, John A. Willamette
Roth, John O. Canby
Schwerin, Arthur E. West Linn
Sevieri, Enrico Oregon City
Smith, Alfred H. Oregon City
Snidow, George Milner Willamette
Wilson, Harold Boring

 

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