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Lieutenant Allen Becelius Johnson

Scott Field, IL

Hometown: Port Allegany

Died on 20 August 1918
Age: 24


Buried: Fairview Cemetery, Port Allegany

Officers at Scott Field attribute the accident to an oil leak onto the aircraft exhaust. When the aircraft burst into flame, Johnson jumped 3,000 feet to his death.


Private Carl H. Johnson

Camp Lee, Virginia

Hometown: Kane

Died: August 6, 1918
Age: 24


Buried: Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Kane


Engineers Mate Edwin Amandus Johnson

USS Connecticut

Hometown: Port Allegany

Died of illness on 28 September 1918, Philadelphia Navy Hospital
Age: 26


Buried: Fairview Cemetery, Port Allegany


Private Leonard Levin Johnson

Company G, 139th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Died of wounds on 3 November 1918
Age: 23


Buried: Forest Lawn Cemetery, Kane


Private First Class Robert Paul Johnson

Company C, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Died of wounds on 15 July 1918 at Chateau Thierry, France

Buried: Plot B, Row 1, Grave 36
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery, Belleau, France

Marker stone at Limestone Cemetery, NY


Private Walter Peter Johnson

317th Infantry Regiment, 80th Infantry Division

Hometown: Mount Jewett

Killed in action on 15 August 1918, France
Age: 24

Buried: Plot A, Row 3, Grave 13
Somme American Cemetery, Bony, France


Corporal William James Joy

4th Anti-Aircraft Service, Coast Artillery Corps

Hometown: Hazel Hurst

Died of illness on 25 October 1918 in France
Age: 21

Burial unknown


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Private Frank L. Keefe

42nd Medical Detachment, Medical Corps

Hometown: Bradford

Died of illness on 1 October 1918 in France
Age: 25


Buried: St. Bernard Cemetery, Bradford


Private First Class Robert B. Kilburn

57th Base Hospital

Hometown: Corydon Township

Missing in action on 12 August 1918

Tablets of the missing, Suresnes American Cemetery, France


Private John G. Killen

Company B, 162nd Infantry Regiment, 41st Infantry Division

Hometown: Rew

Died of illness on 9 November 1918, France

Buried: Plot A, Row 35, Grave 2
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France


Private First Class Eldridge G. King

Company A, 126th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division

Hometown: Port Allegany

Killed in action on 1 August 1918, France
Age: 20

Buried: Plot A, Row 21, Grave 28
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France


Estelle A. Knapp

Army Nurse Corps, Camp Holabird, MD

Hometown: Bradford

Died of illness on 7 October 1918
Age: 27


Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Bradford


Private Oscar Gerhard Kuhlman

Company I, 220th Infantry

Hometown: Kane

Died: 1918
Age: 29


Buried: Forest Lawn Cemetery, Kane


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Sergeant Charles E. Lambert

309th Infantry Regiment, 78th Infantry Division

Hometown: Port Allegany

Killed in action on 2 November 1918
Age: 22

Buried: Plot C, Row 15, Grave 39
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France


Corporal Ellsworth V. Lanning

Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Died of illness on 2 October 1918
Age: 20

Buried: Plot A, Row 24, Grave 27
St. Mihiel American Cemetery, Thiaucourt, France


Corporal Arvid Larson

Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Killed in action on 9 August 1918 crossing Vesle River in France
Age: 28


Buried: Kanesholm Lutheran Cemetery, Wetmore Township


Private Harry X. Lee

Company C, 1st Infantry Training Battalion

Hometown: Kane

Died of illness on 28 October 1918
Age: 23


Buried: Forest Lawn Cemetery, Kane


Seaman McKinley Royal Lewis

U.S. Navy, Great Lakes Training Station, IL

Hometown: Kane

Died of illness on 22 September 1918
Age: 22

Buried: Perry Chapel Cemetery, Pine City, PA


Private First Class Frederick Lingenfelser

60th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Killed in action on 5 November 1918, France

Buried: Plot F, Row 19, Grave 18
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France


Private First Class Cash Saurn Lopus

Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Killed in action on 26 July 1918
Age: 23

Burial unknown


Private Charles E. Lucore

Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Killed in action on 17 July 1918

Buried: Section Euro, Site 2501, Arlington National Cemetery, VA


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Private Alexander A. MacDonald

19th Battalion, Central Ontario Regiment, Canadian Infantry

Hometown: Bradford

Died of wounds on 29 January 1920 in Toronto military hospital

Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Bradford


Sergeant Frederick Harold Mack

306th Machine Gun Battalion, 77th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Died of wounds on 18 November 1918
Age: 33


Buried: St. Bernard Cemetery, Bradford


Private Floyd E. Main

Company K, 6th Battalion, Infantry Replacement Depot

Hometown: Port Allegany

Died 27 September 1918


Buried: Grimes Cemetery, Port Allegany


Private Arthur Joseph Marks

168th Infantry Regiment, 42nd Infantry Division

Hometown: Kasson

Killed in action on 30 July 1918
Age: 25

Buried: Plot A, Row 7, Grave 2
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France


Lieutenant Daniel Frederick McCarthy

Company C, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Died of illness on 23 October 1918


Buried: St. Bernard Cemetery, Bradford


Private First Class Bion B. McClellan

107th Infantry Regiment, 27th Infantry Division

Hometown: Sergeant Township

Killed in action on 29 September 1918

Buried: Plot B, Row 5, Grave 4
Somme American Cemetery, Bony, France


Sergeant Daniel G. McClellan

Company E, 112th Infantry, 28th Division

Hometown: Kane

Died in line of duty: March 19, 1919
Age: 22


Buried: Marienville, PA


Private Donald W. McCool

Medical Corps, Camp Greenleaf, GA

Hometown: Rew

Died of illness on 19 October 1918
Age: 22


Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Bradford


Wayne Lot McDermott

Hometown: Kane & Marienville

Died of Illness: 1918
Age: 28


Buried: North Forest Cemetery, Marienville, PA


Corporal Edward Francis McEnteer

Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Killed in action on 27 September 1918
Age: 27

Buried: Trinity Cemetery, Erie, PA


Private Bart M. McKune

Machine Gun Company, 112th Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Killed in action on 15 July 1918 at Chateau Thierry
Age: 30

Buried: Section Euro, Site 4332, Arlington National Cemetery, VA


Private Lawrence Meacham

Hometown: Port Allegany

Killed in Action: October 12, 1918, France
Age: 23


Buried: Sartwell Creek Cemetery, Sartwell, PA


Private First Class Frank Anthony Meaney

Company I, 305th Infantry Regiment, 77th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Killed in action by shrapnel on 27 September 1918 in the Argonne

Buried: Plot H, Row 20, Grave 39
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France


Second Lieutenant Clifford K. Morrow

Aviation Section, Signal Corps, U.S. Army

Hometown: Bradford

Died in Detroit on 11 November 1918
Age: 26


Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Bradford

Flying in demonstration over Detroit for the armistice parade, his aircraft struck a roof-top radio tower and crashed killing him instantly.


Edward Mowrey

Company B, Command Officer Training School, Camp Lee, VA

Hometown: Port Allegany

Died of illness on 19 February 1918
Age: 27


Buried: Grimes Cemetery, Port Allegany


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Mechanic Claud Neeley

Company E, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Killed in action on 9 August 1918

Hometown: Kane

Buried: Plot C, Row 5, Grave 10
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery, Fere-en-Tardenois, France


Private Earl A. Neeley

Company E, 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Died of illness on 30 November 1919, aboard the transport ship
USS Mercury enroute home.


Buried: Oak Hill Cemetery, Bradford


Corporal Arthur C. Nelson

Company D, 332nd Infantry Regiment, Camp Sherman, OH

Hometown: Port Allegany

Died of illness on 11 March 1918
Age: 27


Buried: Fairview Cemetery, Port Allegany


Corporal Nathan Theodore Nesselson

Company C, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

Hometown: Bradford

Killed in action on 11 August 1918
Age: 25


Buried: Beth Israel Cemetery, Bradford

The President of the United States of America, authorized by Act of Congress, July 9, 1918, takes pride in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross (Posthumously) to Private First Class Nate T. Nesselson (ASN: 1247301), United States Army, for extraordinary heroism in action while serving with Company C, 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Division, A.E.F., near Fismes, France, August 9, 1918. Private Nesselson repeatedly exposed himself to heavy enemy fire in order to deliver messages from his company to the battalion commander. In the performance of this mission it was necessary for him to cross the Vesle River, which was constantly swept by enemy machine-gun fire. He volunteered to carry a message after others had been killed in the attempt and continued to perform this perilous duty until he was mortally wounded. General Orders: War Department, General Orders No. 11 (1921).


Second Lieutenant Raymond Nicolas

39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division

Hometown: Kane

Killed in Action: October 10, 1918

Buried: Plot H, Row 41, Grave 20
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France


Private Gust Enger Nyberg

14A Spruce Squad, Vancouver Barracks, WA

Hometown: Kane

Died of illness on 6 January 1919


Buried: Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Kane


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