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World War I Participants


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Pictures from the collection of Mary Winkelbauer Kinderman, her brother Frank was wounded in Europe.


ROSTER

3rd Company, 150th Machine Gun Battalion, 83rd Infantry Brigade

42nd "RAINBOW" Division

Mustered into service August 7th, 1917, at Camp Douglas, Wisconsin

Captain GUSTAVE C. SCHWANDT, commanding company

First Lieut. RICHARD E. SALZSIEDER    First Lieut. WILLIAM JUNG

Second Lieut. STANLEY W. SMITH  Second Lieut. AUGUST G. WOLF  Second Lieut. ARTHUR R. BAHR

First Sergt.  JOHN DOBISH

Mess Sergt. JOHN T. MATSCHI,  Supply Sergt. HERMAN SAWALL,  Stable Sergt. KURT GRAF

 

SERGEANTS    

Ott, William A.         
Polier, Ross         
Schmidt, Roman R.    
Obersteiner, Frank R.       
Bullis, Elmer W.    
Fauck, Frank                
Becker, William, Jr.         
Zimerman, Edwin  
Ruppel, John D.   
Friday, Charles, Jr.    

CORPORALS      
Procknow, Richard   
Pochojka, Walter      
Bartenstein, L.    
Schneider, Anton J.  
Hafeman, Gustave    
Pechmann, William         
Luther, George         
Kubasta. Louis        
Thorne, Walter              
Bahr, William C.      
Steinert, August    
Ruechel, Frank        
Bruhn, Rudolph C.         
Sphatt, Adolph     

HORSE-SHOER   

Castonia, Adolph       

MECHANICS                   
Stelzner, Irving     
Schneider, Albert      
Van Kirk, Lyndon J.  

SADDLER             

Graska, Peter   

COOKS       

Kieckheafer, Henry          
Schroeder Gustave     
Tauber, Frank R.                 

BUGLERS 

Baier, Erick                           
Schneider, Carl                 

PRIVATES 1st CLASS    

Fauck, Paul   
Fischer, John O.   
Hanschu, George          
Hable, William                
Kroll, Arthur H.                
Krueger, Harry P.         
Matschi, Wenzel                   
Phillips, Frank                
Smith, Harold            
Sitzelberger, Joseph              
Schmidt, Theodore 
Treichel, Ewald            
Wambold, John    
Billberg, Wilfred         
Frohrib, Henry      
Julius, Carl                     
Cross, Gaylord                
Drews, Edward E.               
Schroeder, Frank             
Gillen, Frank                       
Holland, George                  
Golz, Bernhard 
Suess, Louis                       
Kinderman, Joseph        
Briggs, Ross   
Mand, Frank                        
Pollnow, Herbert   
Ebersberger, Anthony 
Davis, Arthur   
Dodge, Edward, H.  
Frank, Joseph           
Steckbauer, Edw. C.    
Klotz, Frank         
Kreuger, Paul              
Loppnow, Arthur        
Lorenz, Joseph          
Mand, Julius        
Pesch, Martin G.  
Polzin, Louis J.         
Ratzburg, Herbert
Wawra, Joseph 
Wanke, William   
Weiner, Simon      
Zellmer, George
Zindler, Edward

PRIVATES

Alft, Edward
Bathke, Henry
Brewer, Ervin
Barker, Dewey
Barbos, Versarion
Burgener, Arthur
Brown, Cyril
Blahnik, Clarence
Crowner, George
Christensen, Harvey
Curd, Frank
Coffers, Frank E.
Day, Claude
De Roseria, Wilfred
Eberhart, George
Esslinger, Edward
Elliot, Howard
Fisher, George
Fenninger, Edward
Fuchs, Frank
Farley, Edward
Feirer, Frank
Fisher, August
Friday, Otto
Finch, Fred
Fitzsimmons, Howard
Gustavus, Theodore
Gerhard, George H.
Goddard, Gaylord
Herrle, Edward J.
Hillson, Earl
Hafemann, William
Horejs, Frank
Hillman, Carl
Hoffman, Fred
Johnson, Albert
Krebs, Henry
Lawrence, Everett
Lichtfuss, Frank
La Fortune, Leonard
Mand, Nickolas
Mathey, Peter C
Meisinger, Louis
Moone, Harold
Morasch, George
Nimmer, Carl
Nimmer, Roy
Niemar, John J.
Ostwald, Carl
Paffenroth, Conrad
Poffenroth, John
Poklasny, George
Pochojka, Stanley
Piper, Ernest
Ruhl, John
Rasmussen, Delbert
Reed, Lorenza
Ruppel, Elwin A.
Ruppel, James
Ryan, Clarence
Ruelle, Archie
Rhyner, Clarence E.
Statza, Oscar
Staack, Herbert
Suess, Otto
Schabloski, John
Scheibinger, John
Sagmeister, Edward
Stich, Harvey
Stevens, John
Sonnleitner, Frank
Smith, Ray
Stever, Horace
Salzseider, Albert
Spaedtke, Otto
Spannbauer, Joseph
Thoma, Leo
Torrey, George
Tieman, Harold
Voltz, Arthur
Winger, Ernest
Wiener, Frank
Winkelbauer, Frank
Witt, Henry
Wilson, Ernie
Wilson, Lester
Whittey, James
Zellmer, Otto
Zindler, Clarence

 
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