Welcome Home Celebration
World War I

Part II


  

49 men, First Large Contingent,
Left September 22, 1917 for Camp Devens, Mass.

  

SECOND DISTRICT HONOR ROLL

Boys of Johnstown and the outside towns who did their "bit" in the struggle for
world democracy, with the young men and women who assisted in the various fields of war relief work


Note:  Note in Alphabetical order.

    

Nicholas B. Atkins

   Geo. E. Albrecht    Melvin F. Adams
Leigh H. Abel Howard Avery Robert G. Adams
Andrew J. Antis George A. Andrews John A. Allen
Francis F. Arnold Arch Anderson J. F. Albrecht
Alvarado Arnst Alton W. Abel James Arnsfield
Clarence F. Ackerknecht Frank R. Ackerbauer Stephen Adamovitch
Walter Ackerknecht Jas. P .Argersinger Frank Anthony
T. J. Anagnostopulous Arch Andrews Ward Abel
Jacob E. Austin Emil Ackernecht Howard C. Allen
R. Earl Anderson S. Raymond Arnsfield Carl Blood
Clifford Allen George Baker Lio Bassett
John Bila Fred Burns Carlton E. Brunt
Joseph Brown Irwin Buell Rufus Bartone
Henry Bradt (Dec'd) Charles E. Bevington Fred Bourman
Eldon Bradt John F. Busek Evertt Blow
Edw. H. Brennan Frank Burke Frank Bordis
Sam A. Betor Thomas Burke E. Bullock
B. Raymond Butler Breese F. Barbour Frank M. Billington
John St. G. Bevington Lee Bennett George H. Briggs
Charles Borst Gustavius L. Blanche Jesse J. Baum
Arthur C. Blowers Delbert Brewer Joseph S. Brookins
Homer D. Baum Max Bortnick Charles Bauer
Fred Blowers Harry Bower James Burns
Jas. Brown Harvey C. Behlen Frances Busek
Kenneth l. Brownell Fred J. Brookheiser Asa Blow
Albert Blowers Carlton Bovee Daniel Billington
George G. Burgess Leo F. Burke (Dec'd) King H. Bush
Gay Brown Louis Berger Edw. F. Boles
John P. Burns Irwin H. Bartlett Fred Berger
Harold O. Busch Raymond S. Burns Harold F. Bowers
Harold D. Briggs Floyd S. Brownell Frank P. Been
Clement A. Burns Thos. R. Briggs Herman J. Bucholtz
Antonio Cundaro Edw. Christman Howard Christman
Harold Calderwood Leroy B. Cruinkshank F. J. Craig
Harry P. Clark Harry C. Cridland Patrick Connelly (Dec'd)
Raymond E. Chatterton Leon W. Crannell D. Harlow Calderwood
Charles L. Codding, Jr. Albert E. Cole Herbert Corey
Jas. H. Chant Louis H. Cornell Thos. M. Collins
E. C. Childs Oscar Cedarholm Thos. H. Connelly
Roy Crannell L. Conklin Howard J. Cole
G. R. Chapman Howard F. Comrie Archie H. Clark
Almo P. Causse Mario Coffi Fred W. Crossthwaite
Fred Clute Harold S. Chartier G. Colantori
Byron E. Chapman John Connelly Bart Connelly, Jr.
Walter Chapin Fred D. Cridland Elmer E. Cole
Harold Cross Joseph D. Connolly Edw. Curran
Emerson Chapin Leon F. Cook G. M. Creighton
Michael M. Connolly John J. Collins Andrew Coffi
Wm. A. Codding David Cool Eugene F. Cloutier
Joseph Connelly Fred Cramer Andrew Clark, Jr.
Edw. J. Carsky Wm. Carew Francis Canfield
Michael Connelly James J. Crossley Otto A. Christoffensen

    

Fifty-one Men Who Left
October 5, 1917 for Camp Devens, Mass.

  

Fred F. Deming    Denton F. Dawes    Edw. Duffy
Jas. R. Denkert R. C. Delaney Joseph Dowden
J. W. Delaney William R. Dean Jas. P. Dunn
Harold Dey Milton Deming Floyd W. DeGolyer
Frank S. Deyoe Frank E. Dienst J. Dobijas (Dec'd)
George Dorn Earl E. Dovey George Duffy
Harry Davis Alfred Dence Delbert H. Duane
Robt. L. Dawson Henry Denkert Percy Daggett
Maynard Doenburgh Sebastiano D'Antonio Harold S. Dillenbeck
Roy Dence William J. Dunn Chas. H. Dowler
Ward Duesler John V. Dufree Clifford Deming
William H. Dorn Harry F. Dunkel Clinton Dence
Wyman Dooley Frank G. Earl Chas. Eisenmann
Leonard Englert Alton Empie Fred C. Earl
Angelo Ermie John M. Egan Percy Earl
Dewitt Everest Amos Edick Jesse A. Acker
Fred J. Egan Thos. P. Egan Kenneth B. England
Orva M. Eacker Michael J. Elwood Peter J. Edel
Giles H. Eddy Jay R. Earl Harold P. Fraser
Malcom W. Fraser Raymond T. Fleming Clayton H. Flomsbee
Joseph H. Ferrari Fred Foss Martin Flynn, Jr.
Peter Frederick Wm. H. Flack Fred Fosmire
Carmelo Falbo Walter H. Finnegan Frank Filkins (Dec'd)
Floyd Francisco Chas. Faherty Samuel Fine
Wm. Fremmer John Fremmer Chas. H. Freeman
Clayton B. Fox Roneyn Fox Wm. L. Forgette (Dec'd)
Wm. F. Fogerty Clyde Freeman Geo. H. Farley
Lewis Fisher Thomas P. Faherty L. B. Fenner
Emmett Foster Clarence A. Foster C. w. Ferguson
Scidmore Fulton L. G. Fremmer Fred Fogerty (Dec'd)
Chas. Franklin Stephen Fitchinger Thos. Flynn, M. D.
John L. Faherty Frank V. Galaruean Chas. H. Gutha
E. G. Gilmore Emmett A. Glynn S. G. Gordon
John J. Grovenberg Rudolph Gunsel Louis E. Galinsky
Ralph Corthey Eugene Groshans Robt. Grosso
James A. Greenman H. C. Grinnell Frank J. Gifford
S. Gulino D. McK. Griffith Jack J. Goldthorpe
Leonard W. Grant Cyrus D. Gage Harry S. Gage
Clarence Groff George B. Groff Harold Goodemote
Leo Gentner Ernest Gordon Howard Gage
Donald R. Grant Philip C. Cross (Dec'd) Everett M. Getman
Glenn Grant Mynard F. Gross Frank W. Gorthey
Joseph Galarmean Harold C. Cross Henry Gross
George M. Glenn, MD. Albert Gutha Wm. W. Grovenberg
Carl T. Gunsel Clarence Gutha Irving W. Herrick
H. H. Heslor Harry Hayward William Hespelt
Fred House Samuel Hurd Walter J. Haynor
Charles Hoffman    Arsey O. Hotchkiss    James L. Hawley
R. O. Hickok Harold Hinds George Hunt
Arthur Holiday Wm. H. Hoffman Royal C. Hall
Earl C. Hoag S. E. Hurd F. Maurice Hanson
A. D. Hickok Harold W. Hutchens Geo. S. Hackney
Fred Hanson Edw. F. Hennelly John J. Hornett
Michael M. Haban H. Hart John E. Hayes
Clarence Hess    Reginald Hess S. Hlezansky
Elmer Hook F. Houghton Joseph Lawrence Heber
Rolland C. Hawley J. L. Haines Paul H. Hartman
Lester Hill Clyde Haynor Harry C. Hoffman
L. Victor Harrison Lionel K. Hamm Tracey D. Hanner
Maurice C. Hathorn Tracey Hammond Claude S. Howarth
Everett K. Hodder Herman H. Haas Jas. H. Haynor
Claude A. Haughton Harry L. House Roy F. Hennelly
Lewis H. Irish Ervin R. Ingersoll Clark E. Ingraham

 

10 men who left
December 3, 1917 for Camp Devens, Mass.

    

Floyd Jaquays    Conrad Johnson    E. J. Johnson
J. W. Joslin, Jr. D. D. S. H. W. Johnson Ralph E. Jerome
Howard Jensch Patrick Joyce Claude Joel
Chauncey Jerome Joseph Joyce Abram Jones
Harry O. Johnson J. Oran Johnson (Dec'd) William A. Kane
Elmer King J. A. Kaufman Raymond Kring
George Kakavoulias G. E. Knoblauch H. H. Kelly
Wm. L. Kennedy, Jr. John L. Kithcart Jacob Knapp
James E. Knox L. J. Kutcher Alexander Kilmer
John P. Keaveney Wilfred M. Kelly Arthur J. Keiner
Richard Kane Frank K. Keaveney John P. Kenney
James E. Keaveney John J. Kinney Yasusabure Kasagi
John L. Kelly Joseph F. Kratz George E. Keck
James. M. Keefe E. O. Kennedy Edw. Kimball
Alva A. Knoblauch Daniel B. Kenney Bernard W. Kimball
Abbott Laning (Dec'd) Emmons B. LaGrange Harold P. Lawton
Frank R. Longfritz Harry Lane Ernest Lucas
Albert Leonard Melvin Leonard Thomas P. Lee
W. A. Lippert Grover B. Lince L. G. Lipe
Raymond Lane Elmer Lane J. Lyon
Elmer E. Little Chas. L. Leek Percy J. Lamb
Frank Laning Raymond Lawton H. Raymond Liddle
Stephen Lorenc Stephen M. Leider Seymour Leonard
Harold Leavitt Clarence Lentz Ralph G. Lasher
Paolo Lepri Elwood A. Lee Frank W. Laning
Joseph M. Lorenz Clarence R. Liddle Joseph M. Lachmayer
Clarence J. Leslie Thad. Lawrence Arthur P. Livingston
Peter Loux George Moyer Sidney Meserve
Leon P. Miller Fred J. Muhlberger Floyd Manzer (Dec'd)
Geo. M. Maloney W. R. Myers H. Moore
Fred McGuire Patrick J. Mongin Jas. McNicholas
Raymond E. Marshall Matthew E. Mongin Clyde R. Miller
Lawrence P. Mills Harry Mogeson Chas. W. McGregor
Webster C. Moore Francis H. Manion Henry L. Muhlberger
Raymond Martin Fred Miller Michael J. Mongin
Elmer H. Morrison Bentley A. Merrick Francis McClumpha
Walker McMartin Hugh McGuire James J. McGuire
F. Mihalik H. Miller Dorr Mason (Dec'd)
Frank E. Martish Edw. Morey Frank P. Mosher
Peter McFarlan Albert Mueller Brown D. Murray (Dec'd)
Raymond McFarlan Alton Miles Jere J. McEvily
Ralph Mitchell Harold II. McQueen Myron J. Merrill
Harry E. Miller Wm. Floyd Monahan Adolphus Muhlberger
William Nellis Wm. E. Newnham M. E. Nolan, M. D.
Orville Nixon Eugene Nellis Henry J. Nellis
Charles Newnham J. Howard Nellis Alfred Nellis
Frank N. Neuendorf, MD Wesley Naylor Richard Neuberger
Jas. A. Northrup A. Narducci Ward F. Nixon
    Martin Nolan

 

29 men who left
April 5, 1918 for Camp Dix, N. J.

  

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