Stephenson County Gold Star Men 11 November 1921 Freeport Journal Standard, Freeport, Illinois

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11 November 1921  Freeport Journal Standard, Freeport, Illinois - and the wit-, re- big his in of me to his to...
and the wit-, re- big his in of me to his to ensonCounty Gold Star Men pneu- Benjamin Eltner—Lena. Died' of Vounds and monia, October 20, 1918; Toul, France. Barnds, Leor—Freeport. Died of typhoid, February 27, 1919, Paris, France. Bennehoff, John S.—Freeport. Died January 24. 1919. Best, Clarence Milton—Davis. Died of Influenza at Camp Sevier, S. C., October 20. 1918. Blersach, Herbert Frederick—Freeport. Died of influenza at Beloit, Wis., October 10, 1918. Borgmeier, Charles Edward—Freeport. Died of Influenza October 4, 191S, at Camp Plancock, Ga. . Carbiener, Edward A.—Florence. Killed in action August 5. 1918. Cazel, Luther Bain—Freeport. Died October 6. 1918, at Camp Grant. ... . ' , , . Demeter, Theodore Frederick—Freeport. Killed In action Septem• ber 16, 1918. Egan, Eugene Francis—Freeport. Died March 23, 1919, at Ar- rcnach, Germany. Eson, Elmo K.—Freeport. Died of pneumonia December 6, 1918, at Urbana, 111. v Farrow, Joseph O.—Freeport. Died overseas. Fischer, Elmer Edward—Freeport. Died May 23, 1918, Camp Fremont. Fuller, Kyrle—Freeport. Died of pneumonia October 2, 1918, Portsmouth, England. Furen, Walter Enoch—Freeport. Died March 14. 1918, of Bronchitis, at Bljon, France. Gochenaur, Orlando M.—Freeport. Killed In action November 8, 1917. (British E. F.) Grant, William Matthew—Freeport, Killed In action August 2, 1918. % Gray, Louis Donald—Freeport. Killed in action. •«"« Griffin, Edward—Freeport. Died at sea October 3, 1918. Hogan, Edward—Freeport. Died 6f pneumonia in Scotland October 1, 1918. v , Horstmeier. William Lloyd—Died in France November 24, 1918. Hughes, Edward Arthur—Freeport. Died of wounds received Jn action October 12, 1918. Inman, Charles Edward—Lena. Died of pneumonia, Camp Grant, October 6, 1918. Johnspn, ' Elso Sikko—Baileyville. Killed in action at Suippe, France, July 15, 1918. Johnrfon, Louis Edwin—Baileyville. Died at Camp Dodge, Iowa October 10, 1918. Koeller, Grover H.—Freeport. Died of disease at LeHavre, France. October 15, 1918. / Kline, Ewart— Kuhlemeier, Raymond Julius—Pearl City. Died September 29, 1918 Kuntz, Glen Howard—Freeport. Died October 13, 1918, in France, Langensteln, Robert R,—Freeport. Killed in action July 18, 1918, in the Battle ofrj^arne. Link, Philip—Killed In action September 26—30, 1918. McKibben, Robert Roland—Freeport, Killed in action July 4, 1918, at Hamel, France. Messang, John—Freeport. Went down with Submarine F. I., December, 1917. Miller, John— Meysembourg. Harry E.—Freeport. Killed In action at Chateau Thierry, August 2, 1918. Mishler, Carl E.—Pearl City. Killed In action September 12, 1918. Moseley, Rqy. Arthur Francis—Freeport, Killed lp action July 5, 1918, at Cantigny, France. ^fidernatt, Augult A.—Freepoit. Died of wounds October IS, 1918. Peters, Lynn—-Freepoi^ Died of influenza and pneumonia, at Camp Grant, OcWber 7, 1918. Rawlelgh, Wilbur Thomas—Freeport. • Sept. 27, 1918. Rippberger, Oscar Andrew-»-Freeport. Thierry. July 21, 1918. Sandrock,' Oscar—Died December «, bronchial pneumonia, at Base France. Seyfarth, William—Freeport-Forreston. 8, 1919. Sprague, James Marsh—Reported killed In action October 24, 1918. Sheetz, A. Vernon—Freeport. Died August 17, 1918, accidentally , drowned in the River Marne. Stewart. Carl Ralph—Killed in action July 19, 1918, at Chateau Thierry. Ulrlch. John G.—Freeport. Died October 10, 1918. at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Van Deest. William— Wheeland, Russell J.—Freeport. Died May 28, 1919, of pneumonia, on return to U. S. Tde, Fred C.—Freeport. Killed August 25, 1918, at Nancy. Died of influenza, .Chicago, Killed in action at Chateau 1918, of Hospital mustard gas and No. 88, Revlgny, Died of wounds August

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