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Title: Summary statistics, Florida Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, World War I
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    Front Matter
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    Florida state depositories
        Page iii
    Statistics - World War veterans from Florida
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Special Archives Publication
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SUMMARY STATISTICS
FLORIDA
ARMY, NAVY, MARINE CORPS
COAST GUARD WORLD WAR I

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STA!ISOTICS WORLD WAR VETERBS from Florida.



SUaID&E

ABr, NLAV ani MARIeE 00tPS.

Total number of men serving in World War -.42,030.





Officers: Officers 447
White 1,757 Sailors 5,342
Colored 7 Deserters Enl.Men Offers. Total
33 0 33
Enlisted Mens Dead 135 6 141
White 18,853
Colored 13,024

Woimdedt Eal. Men. Offers, Total Total 5,965
White 529 18 547
Colored 24 1 25

Dead:
White 659 56 695
Colored 441 0 441 MABIE CO0P

Deserterst Officers 18
White 158 4 162 Enl, Men 210
Colored 163 0 163 Dead 10 ( 8 E 2 0)

Not Reooineaded
for Beenlistments
White 126 1 327 Total 238
Colored 28 0 28.



Total 55,829 .






221 Hen were decorated or cited in orders.














WOBLD WAR STATISTICS.



1. ALACHUA COUNTY 1,431. BAY COUNTY Cont:
NAVY
Officers 1
Officers: Sailors -26
White 68 No Wounded or Dead
Colored- 1
Enlisted Men: Coast Guard:
White 495 No Officers.
Col. 681 Sailors 2
Wounded: -- No Wounded or Dead.
White 6 No Marine Corps.
Ool. 1
Dead:
White 18 3. BAKER COUNTY 193.
Col. 23'
ABMY
NAVY Officers:
Officers 16 White 1
Sailors 116 Col. 0
No Wounded --- Enlisted Men:
Dead 2 White 118
Col. 60
No Coast Guard. Wounded:
White -2
Marine Corps: Col. 0
No Officers. Dead:
Enlisted Men 4 White 4
No Wounded or Dead. Col* 3

NAVY
2o BAY 00UNTY 537. No Officers.
A Sailors 4
Officers: N' o W6unded or Dead.
White 14 Coast Guard:
Col. 0 No Officers
Enlisted Men: Sailors 1
White 300
oi, 0178 No Wounded or Dead.
Ool. 178
Wounded: No Marine Corps.
White 6
Col. 0
Dead:
White 4
Col. 6












4. BRADFORD COUNTY 323. BBOWA)D COUNTY Gont.

A=MY No Marine Corps.
Officers
White 10
Coi. 0 6. BBEVABD COUNTY 260.
Enlisted Ment AY
White 177 Officers:
Col. 87 White 8
Wounded: Col. 0
White 3 Enlisted Men:
Col. 0 White 66
Dead& Col. 93
White 11 Wounded:
Col. 7 White 3
0ol. 0
NAVY Dead:
Officers 1 White 12
Sailors 26 Gol. 2
No Wounded or Dead.
No Coast Guard. NAVY
Marine Corps: Officers 4
No Officers. Sailors 48
Enl. Men 1 No Wounded or Dead.
No Wounded or Dead. COAST GUAMD:
Officers 0
5. BROWABD COUNTY 262. Sailors 14
ARMY No Wounded or Dead.
Officers: MARINE 00EPS:
White 2 No Officers.
C0o. 0 Enlisted men 10
Enlisted Men.
Enlisted Men: No Wounded or Dead.
White 119
Col. 72
Wounded: 7. CALHOUN COUNTY 218.
White 6
Col. 0 ARKY
Dead: Officers:
White 6 White 4
Col. 4 Col. -
Enlisted men:
NAVY White 131
Offeol. 51
Officers Wounded:
Sailors -37 White 5
No Wounded ol. 0
Dead 1 Dead:
White 7
Coast Guard: Whit- 2
No Officers.
Sailors 13.
No Wounded -
Dead -

-2-










CALHOUN COUNTY CONT. CITRUS COUNTY Cont.
NAVY Dead.
No Officers White 5
Sailors 17 Col. 4
No Wounded
Dead 1 NHAV
Officers 1
No Coast Guard. Sailors -23
No Marine Corps No Wounded or Dead
No Marine Corps
No Coast Guard.
8. COARLOTTE COUNTY 140. No Marine Corps.
ARMY
Officers: 10. CLAY COUNTY 245.
White 8
Col. 0
Officers:
Enlisted Mens, White 7
White 87 Col. 0
Col. 21 Enlisted Men;
Wounded: White 128
White 4 Col. 85
Col. 0 Wounded:
Deads White 5
White 3 Col. 0
Col. 1 Dead:
White 2
VY0Col. 2
Officers 2
Sailors -13 NAVY
No Wounded or Dead No Officers.
Sailors 15
Coast Guard: No Wounded or Dead.
No Officers No Coast Guard.
No Sailors
No Wounded Marine Corps.
Dead 1 Officers 1
No Eul. Men.
No Marine Corps. No Wounded or Dead

11. COLLIER COUNTY 26.
9. CITRUS COUNTY 231.

Officers: Officers No white or colored
White 2 Enlisted Men:
White 16
Col. 0 001 2
Enlisted Men: C
Listed MenWounded No white or colored
White 88 Dead:
Col. -106 White 2
Wounded Col. 0
White 2
Col. 0

-3-












COLLIER COUNTY ount. DADE COUNTY Count.
NAVY NAVY
No Officers. O -
Sailors 6 Officers 56
Ao Wounded or Dead. Sailors 426
No Wounded -
No Coast Guard. Dead 10
No Marine Corps.
Coast Guard:
12. LUBI OUNTY 728. No Officers.
Sailors 14
A=21 No Wounded or Dead.
Officers:
White 20 Marine Corps:
Col. 0 Officers 3
Enl. Men 24
Enlisted Men: No Wounded -
White 298 Dead 2
Col. 305
Wounded:
White 1 14. DE SOTO COUNTY 496.
Go1. 0
Dead: AMRY
White 16
0Whi 16 Officers:
C. -15 White 28
Col. 0
NAVY Enlisted Men:
Officers 2 White 285
Sailors 69 Col. 01
Col. 101
No Wounded Wounded:
Dead White 13
Col. 0
No Coast Guard. Dead:
Marine Corps: White 11
No officers. Col. 4
Enlisted Men -
No Wounded or Dead. Offcers-
Offie ers 2
Sailors 51
153 DADE OOUNTY 1,854. No Wounded or Dead.
ARWT No Coast Guard.
Officers:
White 96 Marine Corps:
Col. 1 No Officers
Enlis ted Men: Enlis ted Men 1
White 811 No Wounded or Dead.
Golo 347
Wounded:
White 20
Col. 0
Dead:
White 30
Col. 14 -4-











15* 4IE: 00UNTY 78.
15. 78. 17. ESCAMBIA COUNTY 1,974.


Officers No vhite or colored. Officers:
Enlisted Men: White 84
White 56 Col. 0
Col. 10 Enlisted Men:
Wounded: White 771
White 3 Col. 517
Col. 0 Wounded:
Dead: White 30
White 5 Col. 2
Ool. 1 Dead:
White 11
NAVY Col. 11
No Officers.
Sailors 3 NAVY
No Wounded or Dead. Officers 52
Sailors 455
No Coast Guard* No Wounded -
No Marine Corps. Dead 9
6- Coast Guard:
16. DAL COUNT 6,235. Officers 3
ARmY Sailors 19
Officers: No Wounded or Dead.
White 454
Col. 5 Marine Oorps:
Enlisted Men: Officers 2
White 2,516 Enl. Men 8
Coi. 2,385 No Wounded or Dead.
Wounded:
White 54 18. FLAGLER COUNTY 88.
C01. 8
Dead: A83
tDea: Officers:
White 54 White 3
Gol. 52 Col. 0
Enlis ted Men:
NAVY White 41
Officers 86 Col. 27
Sailors 736 Wounded:
No Wounded White 1
Dead 16 Col. 0
Dead:
Coast Guard: White 0
Officers 1 -
Colo 1
Sailors -
No Wounded N
Dead 1 NAY
No Officers.
Marine Corps: Sailors 12
Officers 4 No Wounded -
Enl. Men -62 Dead 1
No Wounded or Dead.

-5-











FLAGR COUNTY (Navy) Cont. GADSDEN COUNTY Oont.
Coast Guard: NAVY
No Officers. Officers 2
Sailors 2 Sailors 23
No Wounded -
No Wounded or Dead. oued -
Dead 1
No Marine Corpsg.
No Coast Guard.
3) FEAKLIN COUNTY 278. Marine Corps:
No Officers.
A~fY Enl. Men 5
Officers: No Wounded or Dead.
White 10
Col. 0 21. GILOHRIST COUNTY 151.
Enlisted Men:
White 153 A5r
Col. 77 Officers:

Wounded: White 1
WiteCol. 2
Col. -O Enlisted Men:
Dead: White 96


White 6 ol. 32
Wounded:l. Wounded:
W oWhite 2
AYCo --
Officers 4 6e 7
o WoWondued -
White 2
Col. -2



Dead 1 VY
Coast Guard: o Officers
No Officers. Sailors 10
Sailors 1 No Wounded or Dead
No Wounded or Dead.
oast ad: No Officeast Guard.

Marine Corps. Mazine Corps:
No Officers.offiers
Enl. Men 2 No officers.
En]. Men -,1
No Wounded or Dead, e -
No Wounded or Dead.

3* GADSIXE COUNTY 609.
SIM 22. GULF COUNTY -82.
Officers: ABMft
White 21 Officers No vhite or colored.
Col. 0 Enlisted Men:
Enlisted Men: White 25
Col. 40
White 240 Wounded
Colo 288
White 2
Wounded: Col. 0
White 8 Dead:
ol. 0 White 1
*Dead: Col. 2
White 12
Col. 11
-6-











GULF COUNTY Gont. HOMMES COUNTY Count.
NAVY NAVY
No Officers.
Sailors 11 No Officers.
No Wounded or Dead, Sailors 14
No Coast Guard. No Wounded -
Marine Corps: Dead 1
No Officers.
Enl. Men 1 No Coast Guard.
No Wounded or Dead. No Marine Corps.

235 GLADES COUNTY 71. 25. HAMILTON COUNTY 465.
AMIY
Officers: ARBf
White 2 Officers:
Col. 0 White 9
Enlisted Men Col. 0
White 36 Enlisted Men:
Col. 22 White 202
Wounded: Col, 187
White 1 Wouiledt
Col. 0 White 4
Dead: Col. 0
White 1 Dead:
Col. 2 White 7
Col. 5
NAVY
Officers 1 NAVY
Sailors 6 Officers 1
No Wounded or Dead. Sailors 45
No Wounded -
No Coast Guard. Dead 4
No Marine Corps.
No Coast Guard*
24* HOLMES COUNTY 352. Marine Corps:
A3iY No Officers
Officers: Enl. Men 3
White 4 No Wounded or Dead.
Col. 0
Enlisted Men: 26. HAK E COUNTY 464.
White 263
Col. 39 AMY
WouOed: officers:
Wounded:
White 15 White 11
Col. 2 Col. 0
Dead: Enlisted Men:
White 12 White 297
Col. 2 01o. 60



-7-












-AgEE COUNTY (Aray) Count. HEMANDO COUNTY Cont.
Wounded: Enlis ted Ment
White 16
ol. 0 White 104

White 11 Wounded:
Col. White 7
00ol 0
NAVY Dead:
White 3
No Officers. Whe -
Sailors 61 0o. 7
No Wounded -
Dead 1 NAVY
Officers 1
ast GuardSailors 15
No Officers. No Wounded -
Sailors 3 Da 1
No Wounded or Dead. No c
No Coast Guard.
Marine Corps
No Officers. Marine Corps:
Enl. Men 1 No Officers.
No Wounded or Dead. Eal. Men 1
No Wounded or Dead.

27. BEIDRY COUNTY 47.
29. HIGKLADS COUNTY 79.
AIHY
Officers No aite or colored. AIM
Enlisted Men: Officers:
White 33 White 2
Col. 1 Col. 0
Wounded: Enlisted Men:
White 1 White 45
Dead ol ol 18
Dead: Wouoned:
White 3 White 2
3ol. 0 Col. 0
IUVY Dea d:
No Officers. ite 2
Sailors 8 1
No Wounded or Dead. NAVY
HAVY
No Coast Guard. No Officers.
Marine Corps: Sailors 9
No Officers. No Wounded or Dead.
Enl. Men 1
No Wounded or dead. No Coast Guard.

28. IBRMANDO COUNY 227. No Marine Corps.
AIMY
Officers:
White 2
Col. 0
-8-












30. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 3W619. INDIAN RIVER COUNTRY (Navy) Cont.

ARY= Coast Guards
Officers: No Officers.
White 205 Sailors 8
Col. 0 No Wounded
Enlis ted Men: Dead 1
White 1,851
Col. -, 882 No Marine Corps.
Wounded:
White 62
Col. 1 32o JADEBON COUNTY 1,145
Dead: AUr
White 57
Col. 29 Officers:
White 24
NAVY Col. 0
Officers 39 Enlisted Men:
Sailors 448 White 525
No Wounded Col. 459
Dead 6 Wounded:
White 22
Coast Guard: Col. 1
No Officers. Dead:
Sailors 14. White 23
No Wounded Col. 19
Dead 14
NAVY
Marine Corps:
No Officers. Officers 2
Enl. Men -11 Sailors 59
No Wounded -
No Wounded or Dead. Dead 6

Coast Guard:
31. INDIAN RIVER COUNTY 121. No Officers
ARY Sailors 1
Offc No Wounded
Officerst Dead 1
White 4
Col. 0 Marine Corps:
Enlisted Men: No Officers.
White 61 Eni. Men 3
Coel.- 24 No Wounded or Dead.
Wounded:
No white or colored
Dead: 33. JEFFEISON COUNTY 419.
White 3 ARMY
Col. -
Officers:
NAVY White 15
Officers 1 Col0 0
Sailors 17 Enlisted Men:
No Wounded White 118
Dead 1 Col. 251

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JEFFERSON COUNTY (Army) Cont. LAKE COUNTY Cont.
Wounded: Dead:
White 4 White 14
ol. 2 Col. 9
Dead:
White 4 NAVY
Col. 8 Officers 4
Sailors 58
3~EA No Wounded -
Officers 1 Dead 3
Sailors -16
S so Coast Guard.
No Wounded or Dead. No oast Gua
No Coast Guard. Marine Corps:
No Officers.
No Marine Corps Eul. Men 5
No Wounded -
54. LAFAYETE 0CUNTY 202. Dead 1

AY 356. LEE COOTUTY 349.
Officers
White 3 A3M~Y
Col, 0 Officers:
Enlisted Men: White 13
White 111 Col, 0
Col. 66 Enlisted Men:
Wounded: White 164
White 6 Col. 73
ol. 0 Wounded:
Dead: White 5
White 7 Col. 0
Col. -1 Dead:
White 7
NAVY Col* 2
No Officers.
Sailors 8 NAVY
No Wounded or Dead. Officers 6
Sailors 75
No Coast Guard. No Wounded or Dead
No Marine Corps.
Coast Guard:
35. LAE COUNTY 646. Co r:
No Officers
ABY Sailors 2
Officers: No Wounded or Dead.
White 21
Col. 0 Marine Corps:
Enlisted Men: No Officers.
E s MEn. Men 2
White 292 Eal. Men 2
Col. 230 No Wounded or Dead
Wounded:
White 8
Col. -


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37. LEON COUNTY 649. 39. LIBERTY COUNTY 168.

AHUY AIMY
Officers: Officers:
White 31 White 1
Col0 1 Col. 0
Enlisted Men: Enlisted Men;
White 194 White 78
Col. 355 Col. 82
Wounded: Wounded:
White 7 White 1
Col. 0 Col. 0
Dead: Dead:
White 13 white 2
Col0 5 Col. 3

NAVY NAVY
Officers 7 No Officers
Sailors 29 Sailors 1
No Wounded No Wounded or dead.
Dead 5 No Coast Guard.

No Ooast Guard. No Marine Corps.
Marine Corps:
No Officers. 40. MANATEE COUNTY 643.
Enl. Men 2
No Wounded or Dead. ABtY
Officers:
White 24
38. LEVY COUNTY 482. Col. 0
ARIY Enlisted Men:
Officers: White 278
White 8 Col. 185
Colo 0 Wounded:
Enlisted Men: White 12
White 212 Col. 0
Col. 214 Dead:
Wounded: White 13
White 1 Col. 11
Colo 1
Dead: NAVY
White 8 Officers 7
Colo 4 Sailors 107
No Wounded -
NAVY Dead 1
No Officers. COAST GUARD:
Sailors 31 No officers.
No Wounded or Dead. Sailors 4
No Coast Guard. No Wounded or Dead.
Marine Corps: Marine Corps:
Officers 2 Officers 1
Enlisted Men 1 No Enlo Men
No Wounded or Dead. No Wounded or Dead
-11-











41. MADISON COUNTY 524. MARIOI COUNTY (Navy) Gont.

__._ Marine Corps:
Officers: No Officers.
White 5 Enlisted Men 4
Col. 0 No Wounded or Dead.
Enlisted Men:
White 204
Col. 253 43 MNIRCE COUNTY 828.
Wounded:
White 3 _Y
Ool. 1 Officers:
Dead White 28
White 8 0ol. 0
Col0 4 Enlisted Men:
White 227
NAVY 001. 108
Officers 1 Wounded:
Sailors 44 White 7
No Wounded or Dead. Col. 0
Dead:
No Coast Guard. W e -
White 11
Marine Corps: Col. 0
No Officers.
Enl. Men 1 NAVY
No Wounded or Dead Officers 41
Officers 41
Sailors 365
42. MABION COUNTY 1,079. No Wounded -
ARY Dead 5
Officers: Coast Guard:
White 52 No Officers.
Col. 1 Sailors 24
Enlis ted Men: No Wounded -
White 416 Dead 7
Cole 416
Wounded: Marine Corps:
White 15 OffCr's ;-.22
Col. 0 Enl. Men 4
Dead: No Wounded -
White 20 Dead -1
Col. 14
44. MPTlN COUNTY 75.

Officers 4 Off
Sailors 137 ffcr
No Wounded White 3
Dead 1 Col. 0
Enlisted Men:
Coast Guard: White 37
No Officers. Cole 10
Sailors Wounded1
No Wounded or Dead White 3
Col. 0
Dead:
-12- White 3 Col. 0












MARTIN COUNTY Count. OKALOOSA COUNTY (Army) Cont.

NAVY Dead:
NAVY lWhite 9
Officers 1 White -
Col. 3
Sailors 10
No Wounded or Dead.
NAVY
Coast Guard: No Officers.
No Officers. Sailors 30
Sailors 7 No Wounded -
No Wounded or Dead. Dead 2
Marine Corps: No Coast Guard.
No Officers.
f uMarine Corps:
Enl. Men 1Mari orps:
No Officers.
No Wounded or Dead. Enl. Men 3
No Wounded or Dead.
45. NASSAU COUNTY 335.
A3dY 47. CKEEOBDBEE COUNTY 81.
Officers: A
White 7 Officers
ol nOfficers:
Col. 0 White 2
Enlisted Men: Co0o 0
White 110 Enlisted Men:
Cole 125 White 57
Wounded: o 4
White 4 Wounded:
Col. 1 Woude
Dead: White 2
White 2 Dead:
Dead:
Colo 1 White 6
Col. 0
XLVY
Officers 2 NAVY
Sailors 82 No Officers.
No Wounded Sailors 10
Dead No Wounded or Dead.
No Coast Guard.
No Coast Guard No Coast Guard.
No Marine Corps. No rine corps
No Marine Corps.
46. COOSL00A COUNTY 580. 48. ORANGE COUNTY 879.

Officers: Officers:
White -4 Officers:
Col. White 51
Enlisted Men: C01. -
White 248 Enlisted Men:
Col. 71 White 411
Wounded: 0ol. 250
White 10
Col. 0
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ORANGE COUNTY (Army) Gont. 50. PALM BEACH COUNTY 560.
Wounded:
White 20 BWI
Col. 0 Officers:
Dead: White 33
White 18 001. 0
Enlisted Men:
Col. 6 White 287
Col. 127
v. Wounded:
Officers 8 White 10
Sailors 105 Col. 0
No Wounded Dead:
Dead 3 White 12
Coast Guard: Co1l 5
No Officers.
Sailors 2 NAV
No Wounded or Dead. Officers 9
Sailors 66
Marine Corps: No Wounded -
No Officers. Dead 1
Eul. Men 4
No Wounded Coast Guard:
Dead 1 No Officers.
Sailors 6
No Wounded or Dead.
49. OSCEOLA COUNTY 307
Marine Corps:
ARm_ No Officers.
Officers: EBl. Men 4
White 16
oWi. 0 No Wounded or Dead.
Enlisted Men:
White 190 51. PASCO COUNTY 451.
Col. 46
Wounded: AMY
White 4 Officers:
Col. 0 White -:14
Dead: Colo 0
White 4 Enlisted Men:
Col 3 White 236
Col. 99
NAVY Wounded:
Officers 3 White 4
Sailors. 39 Col. 0
No Wounded or Dead. Dead:
White 6
No Coast Guard, CWho 3
Marine Corps:
No Officers. NAVY
Enl .Men 1 No Officers.
No Wounded Sailors 66
Dead No Wounded -
Dead 1

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PASCO COUNTY (Navy) Count. POLK 00UNTY (Ary) Count.
Coast Guard: Enlisted Men:
No Officers White 931
Sailors 1 Col. 494
No Wounded or Dead. 8Wounded:
White 32
Marine Corps: Col. 0
Officers 1 Dead:
Enl. Men 0 White 32
No Wounded or Dead. Col. 23

52. PILLAS COUNTY 1,068. Offices -
Officers 14
Sailors 201
AI"Y No Wounded -
Officers:D -
White 62Dead 6
Col. 0 Coast Guard:
Enlisted Men: No Officers.
White 577 Sailors 3
Col. 200 No Wounded
Wounded:
White 10 Dead 3
Col. 0 Marine Corps:
Dead:
White 18 Officers 2
0el. e -8
o 6 No Wbunded -
NAY Dead -1
NAVY
Officers 15
Sailors 165
No Wounded 54, PUTNAM OUNTY 689.
Dead 6
Coast Guard: Officers:
No Officers White 17
Sailors 2 Col. 0
No Wounded Enlisted Men:
Dead 3 White 248
Col. 299
Marine Corps: Wounded:
White 4
No Officers. C -
Enl. Men -3 0o1 0
No Wounded Deads
Dead 1 White 8
0ol. 16

55. POLK COUNTY 1,844. NsVY
Officers 5
Amle Sailors 88
Officers:
White 94 o Wounded -
ol. 0 Dead 1
Col. 0
No Coast Guard
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PUTIH1A COUNTY (Navy) Oont. SARASOTA COUNTY Cont.

Marine Corps: NAVY
No Officers Officers 6
Enl. Men 3 Sailors 53
No Wounded or Dead. No Wounded -
Dead 1

55 SANTA BOSA COUNTY 554. No Coast Guard.

ARMY No Marine Corps.
Officers:
White 9 570 SEMINOLE COUNTY 495.
Col. 0 AIRT
Enlisted Men: Officers:
White 364 White 23
Col* 118 Col. 0
Wounded;
White 9 Enlisted Men:
White 9 WVhite 202
Col. 0 Col. 178
Dead: Wounded:
White 15 White 5
Col. 6 Col. 2
Dead:
NAVY White 10
No Officers Col. 6
Sailors 30
No Wounded or Dead. NAVY
Coast Guard: Officers 4
Sailors 61
No Officers No Wounded or Dead.
Sailors 1 C t
No Wounded or Dead. Coast Guard:
Officers 1
Sailors 0
Marine Corps: Sailors 0
No Officers. No Wounded or Dead.
Enl. Men 2 Marine Corps:
No Wounded or Dead Officers 0
Enl. Mlean 2
No Wounded -
56. SARASOTA COUNTY 172. Dead 1

ARMY
Officers: 58. ST. JOHNI COUNTY 614.
White 9
Col. 0
Co. Officers:
Enlisted Men: Vhite 26
White 69 Col. 0
Col. 29 Enlisted Men:
Wounded: White 289
White 2 Col. 185
Col. 0 Wounded:
Dead: White 4
White 3 Col. 2
Col. 0
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ST. JOHNS COUNTY (Army) Gont. SUMMER COUNTY (Army) Cont.
Dead: Enlisted Men:
White 4 White 194
Col 8 Col. 72
Wounded:
AVY White 4
Officers 8 C
0o1. 0
Sailors 79 Dead:
No Wounded or Dead. White 9
No Coast Guard. Col. 3
Marine Corps:
No Officers. No Officers.
En1. Miien, 9No Officers.
Enl. Men 9 Sailors 41
No Wounded or Dead No Wounded or Dead.

59. ST. LUCIE COUNTY 178. No Coast Guard.
No Marine Corps*

Officers: 61, SUWANEE COUNTY 755.
White 5
Col. Ao
Enlisted Men: Officers:
WhSte 94 White 19
Col0 34 Colo 0
Wounded:
EWounded: nlis ted Men:
No White or Colored White 428
Dead: Col. 219
White 4 Wounded:
Wounded:
Col* 2 VWhite 6
Col. 0
NAVY Dead:
No Officers. White 21
Sailors 29 Col -12
No Wounded or Dead.
Coast Guard: NAVY
No Officers No Of
Sailors 9 No Officers.
sailors 9 Sailors 43
No Wounded or Dead No Wounded -
Marine Corps: Dead 3
No Officers. Coast Guard:
Enl. Men 1 No Officers.
No Wounded or Dead. Sailors 1
No Wounded or Dead.

60 SUMER COUNTY 330. Marine Corps:
No Officers.
OffiEnl, lien 3
Wfite 7 No Wounded or Dead.

Col. 0


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62. TAYLOR COUNTY 470. 64. VOLUSIA COUNTY 926.

AB=9 ARAY
Officers:
White 3 Officers:
SWhite 35
Co0 0 Col. 0
Enlisted Men: Enlisted Men:
White 192 White 395
Col. 219 Col, 304
Wounded: Wounded:
White 5 White 8
Col. 0 Col. 0
Dead: Dead:
White 11 White 12
0ol. 10 Col. 10

NAVY NAVY
Officers 1 Officers 15
Sailors 29 Sailors 116
No Wounded or Dead. No Wounded or Dead.
No Coast Guard. Coast Guard:
Coast Guard:
No Marine Corps. No officers.
No Officers.
Sailors 24
63* UNION COUNTY 169. No Wounded or Dead.

A1fIf Marine Corps:
Officers: No Officers.
White 2 Eni. Men 7
Col. 0 No Wounded or Dead.
Enlisted Men:
White 109
Col. 34 65o WAKULLA COUNTY 192.
Wounded:
v/hite 1 -Y
t 0 Officers:
olo. O No White or colored.
Dead: Enlisted Men:
White 4
White 4 White 86
Col. 1 Col. 86
VY Wounded:
VWhite 3
No Officers. h001 -
Sailors 17 Dead:
Dead:
No Wounded or Dead. White 6
No Coast Guard. Col, 7
Marine Corps: NAVY
No Officers No Officers
Enl. Men 1
Enl. Men 1 Sailors 4
No Wounded or Dead No Wounded or Dead

No Coast Guard.
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66. WALTON COUNTY 484. 67. WASHINGTON COUNTY 511.


Officers:
WJhite 7 Officers:
Colr White -4
Cl -00 Col. -0
Enlisted Men: Enlisted Men:
White 296 White 295
Col. 92 Col. 153
Wounded: Wounded:
White 18 White 4
001. 0 Col. 0
Dead: :
White 13 WDead:
Col. 2 ohite 9
Col. 6
NAVY NAVY
Officers Off -3
Sailors -49 Officers 2
No Wounded Sailors 3S3
Dead 2 No Wounded -
ad 2 Dead 4

Coast Guard:
No Officers No oast Guard.
Sailors 1
No Wounded or Dead. Marine Corps:
No Officers
Marine Corps: No Enl. Men
No Wounded
NI Officers Dead
Enl. Men -1 Dead -
No Wounded or Dead.

















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DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDER
AIEMY
OFFICERS (White)

X=. DECOBATION BM RESIDENCE
Altman, Mal Cited in GoO.1,1st. Div.dated
Jan. 1, 1920. (Temp) 2 Lt.Inf.RA Wauchula, Fla.
Arnold, Albert 0. Distinguished Service Cross. 1 Lt. NA Jacksonville,
Baltzell, George F. Fr. Etoile Novi Officer Col. Inf.RhA Marianna
Beasley, Wendell Holmes Granted 1 gold war Ser. Ohev. 2 Lt.Inf.USA Palatka
Blanding, Albert H. Distinguished Service Cross. Brig.Geno NA Bartow
Burgin, Henry Tacitus Decoration of Chevalier of the
Italian Order St. Maurice and
St. Lazarus with a translation
thereof. Meritorious Service
Citation Certificate. (Temp)- Lt. Col. USA Me Intosh
Chandler, Fred C. Cited for Meritorious Service. 1 Lt. Engrs. Lakeland
Coe, Clarence So Fr. Legion of Honor; I0C. Col. Engrs. St. Augustine
College, Edward W. Croix de Guerre. Capt. Engrs. Jacksonville
Copeland, Clarence Eo Cited for Meritorious Service. 2 Lt. AGD Clearwater
Croft, Theodore Gaillard Cited Aug. 31/18. 1 Lt. MO Jacksonville
Curry, Ancel C. Croix de Guerre. 2 Lt. IT0 Key West
Dawson, Charles R. Silver Star. 1 Lt. Inf. Jacksonville
De Garno, Robert M. 0C Maj. Engrs. Coconut Grove
Dent, Joseph H. Meritorious Serv. Cit. Cert. Maj. USA Jacksonville
Estes, Frank E. MOO; Fr. Legion of Honor and
Italian Order of the Crown of
Italy. Lt.Col. Engrs St. Petersburg
Ford, Benjamin F. (Colored) Cited for meritorious conduct. 1 Lt.F.A. RA Tallahassee
Glett, Charles M. French Croix de Guerre. 1 Lt. ASSC Bartow
Griffin, James Burnie Meritorious service citation
Certificate for services as
C,0. 302 San. Tn. Lt. Col. ID St. Augustine
Holland, Spessard L. Distinguished Service Cross Temp. Capt. Bartow
Hose, Dewitt Spurgeon Silver Star 1 Lt.Inf. NA Apalachicola
Hyman, George Silver Star. 1 Lt(Chaplain)Sanford
Jones, William Albert Silver Star; MCC Lt. Col. USA Jacksonville
Jordan,Cbarles Brockington IMC 2 Lto 0~D Jacksonville
Kennedy,Stephen Bussell M. British Military Cross Capt. 3E Pensacola
Kernan, Francis J. DSM; Fr. Legion of Honor Brig.Gen. RA Jacksonville
King, Andre Rice Silver Star Capt. Inf. Jacksonville
King, Roswell Fr. Croixnde Guerre Capt. Inf. Jacksonville
Knowles, Gordon Brown Cited in G.O.1,lst. Div.dated
Jan. 1, 1920. 2 Lt. Info Bradenton
McCall, Pennywell F. Jr. Silver Star. 2 Lt. Inf. Jasper
McClure, John Sim 00C Capt. QMC Pensacola




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OFFICERS DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.
r__E DECORATION RAMK RESIDENCE
McGrath, Henry John Distinguished Service Cross
May 27/19. 2 Lt. QMC Jacksonville
Mendenhall, Herbert Drunmond Order de l'Etoile Grade of
Chevalier. Capt. Engrs. Lakeland
Miller, William Charles Japanese Decoration of the
Rising Sun (4th Class). Lt.Ool.USA Lake City
Mitchell, John Distinguished Service Cross
and French Croix de Guerre
with enlarged citation cert. Capt. Miami
Morris, James Ward Jr. Cited for meritorious and con-
spicuous service Dec. 20/19. Capt. Inf. Tampa
Nutting, Elmer Silver Star (Temp)l Lt.Inf. Pensacola
Page, Richard Channing Moore Fr. Croix de Guerre and DSC. Capt. A.S. Fort Myers
Parker, Paul B. Silver Star. Capt. Inf.RA Orange County
Randolph, Tucker Lucas British Military Cross. Capt. MoO. Leesburg
Ross, David M No Silver Star. 1 Lt.Inf.OO Jacksonville
Rotharmel, Kenneth Albert French Croix de Guerre 2 Lt. ASS Miami
Shivers, Olin Grigsby Silver Star. Major Inf. Chipley
Spencer, Thomas C. Meritorious Cit. Cert. Lt.Ool0Sig.C Wewahitchka
Stevens, Ralph Edwin Silver Star. Capt. M.C. Sanford
Suzpmerall, Charles Pelot Italian Commander of the
Order of the Crown (2nd C);
Montenegrin Prince Danels
de Montenegro;
Belgian Grand officer de
1'ordie de la leouronue;
DSM; Fro Croix de Guerre; Fr.
Legion of Honor; Panama medal
and citation certificate. Gen. RA Lake County
Taylor, James D. Fr. Croix de Guerre; DSM. RA Columbia County
Tillman, Janes McRae Cited for gallantry in ac-
tion. Maj.Inf.USA Lake Wales
Turubull, Samuel J. Distinguished Service Medal. Lto Ool.USA Monticello
Tyndall, Frank Bo Silver Star; Cited on Page 3,
G.O. 23, Hqrso A.S. 1st. Army
AEF dated 11/5/18. 1 Lt. AS RA West Palm Beach
Ulmer, Herman Silver Star Citation; Cited
in G.Oo 82 Div. Capt. Inf. Jacksonville
Vinthrop, Guy Louis Silver Star; Cited in G.Oo 2 Capt. Engrso Tallahassee


ENLISTED MNE (White)
Adair, John R. Cited in G.Oo 1,1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Inf. Davenport
Allison, James E. Cited for gallantry. Pvt. lld. Inf.Manatee
Arndt, Rolland Ho Cited for Bravery. Fr. Croix
de Guerre; Cited on Page 163

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WHITE ENLISTED MEN DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.

AME DECORATION RAIK BESIDENOE
Arndt, Rolland H. Cont. G.O. 88, 2nd. Div. 12/31/18
for conduct at Blanc Mont
and Argonne-Meuse. during
Oct. and Nov; Silver Star
citations. Corp. F.A. Fort Myers
Baker, .Grover C. Cited for meritorious Ser. Sgt.Hq.Tr. Delray
Barton, Clyde Cited for distinguished con- (3rd Div.
duct in action. Pvt. c1l. InfLeesburg
Block, Samuel Maurice Fr. Croix de Guerre; DSO Corp. Inf. Tampa
Borland, Morton H. British O.C.M. Sgt. T.C. Fort 11yers
Bosanquet, Alfred P. Fr. Croix de Guerre Pvt. lol. Fruitland Park
Boutwell, William C. Cited in G.O. 11, Hq. 2nd. (USA Amb.Serv.
Inf. Brig. Camp Zachary
Taylor, Ky. Dec. 20, 1919
for gallantry in action &
devotion to duty during the
operations of the 2d. Inf. Brig.
in the Meuse-Argonne offensive,
Novo 5-8, 1918. Pvt. llo. Ilf Bluff Springs
Bradley, Lucian P. Fr. Croix de Guerre Wagoner Am. Miami
Brown, Perry Cited on Page 32, G.O. 88, (Tn.
2nd. Div. 12/31/18 for con-
duct near Tuilerie Ferme Nov.
4, 1918; Silver Star; Cited on
Page 60, Go0.64, 2nd. Div.
dated June 25, 1919, for gallantry
in action against the enemy at
Beaumont. Pvt. lcl.if Miami
Bryant, John E. Cited in G.Oo 3, Page 2, Hq, 2d.
Inf. Brig. dated May 24, 1919
for gallantry in action and de-
votion to duty during the opera-
tions of the 2d. Inf. Brig. AEF MG Bn.
France 1917 1918. 1st. Sgt./ Panama City
Costa, Joseph Louis Awarded Fr. Croix de ,Guerre
in the orders of the llth Inf.
Div. for action in"the pre-
paration and execution of
efficient battery fire under
enemy fire, often extremely
violent", in the Battle of
Flanders Octo 1918, while in
command of a Battery. Lt. St. Petersburg
Edmunds, Claude L. Silver Star. Sgt. Inf. Jacksonville
Freyermith, Edward L. Fr. Croix de Guerre with
Silver Star. SgtJpas.Co. Palmetto
Grant, Ira U. Cited for Bravery. Sgt. Engrs. Perry
Reason, Alfred Ionroe Fr. Croix de Guerre. Pvt. Icl. Palmetto
(Army Amb.Ser
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WHITE ENLISTED LEIT DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.

NAME DECORATION BRAI RESIDENCE
Green, Frank T. Cited in G.O. 1, Ist. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt.Inf. Benbaden
Hopper, Joseph M. M.C.C. SgtoMD Hopkins
Howze, Julien Duke French Croix de Guerre. Pvt. lol. Palmetto
Hudson, George L. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div. dated (U.S.Amb. Serv.
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvtolnf. Vhite Springs
Jones, Roger G. Silver Star. Sgt.Inf. Jacksonville
Keller, Edward Vi. Cited for Bravery. (Hq.Tr.) Pvt.lcl. Hastings
Knepton, James C. Meritorious Citation Certificate Sgt.lclnRdminan
Lewis, Robert R. Cited for Bravery. (Inf) Pvt.lcl. Campville
Lindsey, James I. Cited for Bravery. (Inf Pvtolcl. Cedar Keys
Metts, Frank E. Citation for Meritorious Serv.
G.0. 26 5th. Arma Corps AEF
France Nov. 20/18. (IIc.PTr.) Pvt.lcl. Fort Pierce.
Mitchell, Alexander French Croix de Guerre. (Amb.Ser)Pvt.lcl. Jackson
Murray, Albert E. French Croix de Guerre. Sgt.T.C. Jacksonville
Nelson, Edward Bronze Marlaanship Medal. (Inf) Pvtl.cl. Sanford
Nobles, Orris Cited for Bravery Fr. Croix
de Guerre. Sgt.F.A. Titusville
Perez, Cbarlie Eo Cited in G.0.2, 2nd. Brig. Hq.
France Aug. 2,1918, page 22, for
conspicious gallantry in action
during the operations 18-25 July
1918, near Soissons, he showed
extraordinary bravery while ad-
vancing under heavy artillery fire
and helped to destroy two enemies
L-G and silenced three other MG
July 20,1918. Cited in Sec.3, Par.
a of G.065, 1st. Inf. Brig. June 1,
1919. Corp. Inf. Key West
Post, Walter K. Cited in G.0.1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Ck0ngrs. Jacksonville
Sanders, Charles R. M.C.C. Sgt. Engrs. Bluff Springs
Schmidt, Lewis A. Cited in Par. 5 G.O. 50.
"Sgt. 1st. cld Lewis A. Schmidt,
Co. "F" 306th Engrs. on Nov. 9th,
1918, viaen his company was ordered
into the firing line as Infantry,
Sgt. 1cl. Schmidt acted as scout,
displaying the greatest coolness and
efficiency in locating the enemy's
line and maintaining touch with units
on either side, largely contributing
in this manner to the success of the nEgrs.
advance. Silver Star Citation. Sgt.lcl. /Fort Pierce
Sears, Walter B. Fr. Croix de Guerre. Corp. Inf. Jasper


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,~ITi EZILISED MLET DECOLRITD OR CITED IN ODERS Cont.
L'E DECORATION RANK RESIDENCE
,immons, Harry D. Cited in Sec. 3 Par G.O. 5
1st. Inf. Brigo 6/1/19. Ci-
tation for gallantry in ac-
tion. Wagoner Inf.Bunnell
perry, William B. M.C.O. Bn.Sgt.Maj. Delray
afford, Guy M. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lolo FA Lake Monroe
waanson, Albin E. Cited for Bravery Corporal Inf. Delray
'resca, Paul H. French Fourragere authorized
in the colors of the Croix de
Guerre as an individual deco-
ration. Corp. Inf. Jasper
'uraer, Fred Eugene Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Auburndale
"inson, James Silver Star. Sgto Ic.o ED DeFuniak Springs
hidden, Myrle A. Fr. Croix de Guerre. Pvt. Inf. Bartow
imberly, Barton M. Fr. Croix de Guerre. Mech. USA Amb Madison
ingate, George No Silver Star. Sgt. Inf.(SerGreen Cove Springs
bodell, Thomas M. Fr. Croix de Guerre. Pvto U8 Amb. Jacksonville
Serv.


LISTED ENT (Colored)

ones, Dessie Distinguished Service Cross. Pvt. lcl. Pensacola
ilson, Mitchell M.C.C. Mec. Engrs. Gainesvilleo


'OUNDED ~N (White)
:bernathy, Charles V. Distinguished Service Cross. 2 Lt. Inf. Key West
llen, Terry de La Mesa Silver Star. Major USA Escambia County
mrold, Albert 0. Distinguished Service Cross. Maj,JAGD-RA Jacksonville
ailey, William C. Cited in G.O.1 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt.MD Inf. Tampa
ell, Sammie J. Cited in G.0.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. ll. Inf.Pensacola
radshaw, Roy Fr. Croix de Guerre. Sgt. Inf. Tallahassee
assels, William M. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jano 1 1920. PvtoOas.Co. Bay Lake
leland, John R. D. Distinguished Service Cross;
French Croix de Guerre. 1 Lt. Info Jacksonville
lement, Joseph Taylor Fr. Croix de Guerre; Silver
Star. Maj. RA Dunnellon
row, Alfred L. Silver Star. Corp.Inf. Sydney
avis, Martin R. Cited in G.Ool, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt. lcl. Ft, Lauderdale
Engrs.


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WHITE WOUNDED IEN DECO.ATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.

TAME DECORATION RANK RESIDENCE
Dembarter, William F. Fr. Croix de Guerre. Corpl. Inf. Jacksonville
Dorhn, Nick Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Ielo IPC Milton
Eddings, Leonard Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Divodated
Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt. Inf. Tampa
Gillis, Angus M. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. IcllEngrsDeFuniak Springs
Harrison, Mollon 0. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. MG Bn. Millsville
Hendry,, Alfred F. Cited in G.Ool, 1st. Div. "
Jan0 1, 1920. Sgt. Inf. Tampa
Hendry, Thurston Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div. "
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Icl.Inf. Ona
Hidks, Tink Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div. "
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Iclc.MGB Bonifay
Hubbard, Henry G. Distinguished Service Cross. Pvt. Icl.Inf. Tallahassee
Hunter, Marion Lo Fr. Croix de Guerre. Corporal Inf. Keysville
Jordan, Charlie B. Silver Star; Cited for action
near Canbigny, France on May
28-29, 1918. CorpMiG Bn. Pinewood
Koonce, Claude L. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Inf. Coleman
Lang, William C. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt. clo.Sig. Jacksonville
Lathrop, Howard W. Cited in G.0.1, 1st. Div, lBn.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. PvtoLnf. Bradenton
Laroney, William Distinguished Service Cross;
Fr. Croix de Guerre; Silver
Star. Corp.MG Bn. Pensacola
Martin, Henry F. Distinguished Service Cross. 1 Lt. RA Jacksonville
Martin, William Marion Silver Star. 2 Lt. Inf. Ocala
tathis, George D. Cited in G.O.l, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lcl.MTC Glen St. Mary
liddaugh, Earl 0. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvto Icl. Inf. Tampa
:Jorningstar, Leroy E. Fr. Croix de Guerre; M.C.C.;
DSC; Cited for Bravery. Sgt.M IIF. St. Petersburg
Zyers, Howard A. Cited in G.O.I, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Corp.MG Inf. ,Jacksonville
3'Neal, George B. Cited in G.0.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lcl. Inf. Pansacola
Parazine, Clyde E. British Military Medal. Pvt. Sn.Tn. Pensacola


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7ITEl WOUNDED M12N DE1COR1TED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.

ITA 1 DECOBAiIOI RAIC BES IDENCE
Rutledge, Hanzy Lo Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Inf. Kathleen
barber, Thomas W. Fr. Croix de Guerre. Pvt. MG Bu, Panama City
3imons, Walker A. Cited in Go0ol, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lcl.Inf. Botts
Smith, Angus James British Military Cross. 1 Lt. M.O. Greenville
park, Harry Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jano 1, 1920. Sgt. Inf. Plant City
3parkman, Victor A. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Sup. Tn. Daytona
3tephens, Walter French Croix de Guerre. Sgt. Engrs. Tampa
2hompson, Lawrence F. Cited in G.O.I, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lcl. Inf.Loughman
2ourtelet, Harry Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Supo Sgt.MPO Limona
2urck, Raymond C. DSM and Citation certificate
of Order of Univ. Palms and
Fr. Croix de Guerre. Col. MO Jacksonville
/an Fleet, James Alward Cited for Bravery. Maj. Inf.RA Bartow
latt, Harry Farlin Cited in G.Ool, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Capt. M.C. Ocala
lells, Thomas Jo Cited in G. 0.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lcl.Inf. Jasper
7illiams, Fraink B. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div.
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt.Inf. Bonifay
lilliams, Frauk Marion Italian War Cross; DSC Capt. Inf. Tampa
7ilson, Ceph L. Jr. Silver Star; Cited in GoO.l,
1st. Div. dated Jan. 1, 1920.Sgt. ldl. Marianna
Engrs.


JEAD (White)
:oolidge, Hamilton DSC; fr. Citation Cert; SS Capt. USA Miami
Killed in action Oct. 27/18
near Grand Pre, France.
Jell, William Z. Distinguished Service Cross. Pvt. Inf. Malone
Killed in action Oct. 15/18.
council, McSwain Cited in Go0.1, 1st. Divo
dated Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Inf. Milton
Killed in action Septol2/18.
)e Saussure, Edward Cautey Distinguished Service Cross. 1 Lt. Info Jacksonville
Killed in action Oct.14/18 near
Sommerance, France.


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MITE DEAD MEN DEOOCATED OR CITED INT ORDERS Cont.

:A\1 DECORATION RAl11 MES IDENCE
'illett, Tod F. Distinguished Service Cross. Pvt. lcl.USAAS Tampa
Killed in action June 19, 1918.
Iamm, Arthur E. Awarded DSC for action near
Flirey, France Aug. 4, 1918;
Fr. Croix de Guerre with gilt
star. Capt. Inf. Jacksonville
Killed in action Sept. 14, 1918 at St. Mihiel.
larris, George O. Cited in G.0l1, 1st. Divo dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. Inf. Milton
Died March 27/18 of wounds received in action.
ion, Paul L. Cited in G. 0. 1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt.Engrs. Deland
Killed in action July 20, 1918.
Tames, Burton Cited in G.O. 1, Ist.Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lcl. Inf. Live Oak
Killed in action July 18, 1918.
Tones, Bennie A. Cited in G. 0. 1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Corp. Inf. Grand Ridge
Died Iay 28, 1918 of wounds received in action.
Tones, Willie J. Cited in G. 0.1, lsto Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt. lol.F.A. Starke
Killed in action May 9, 1918.
.ackay, George L. French Croix de Guerre. Mr.Engr.Sr.Gr. Ocala
Died Apro 17, 1918 of wounds received in action.
.arks, Willoughby Ryan Silver Star, 1 Lt. Inf. Apalachicola
Killed in action Oct. 14/18 Boise de Foret.
lelson, Lee Cited in G.O. 1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Sgt. Inf. Fort Ogden
Killed in action July 20, 1918.
Jtewart, Kirby Pelot Distinguished Service Cross. 2 Lt. Inf. Bradenton
Killed in action Ileuse-Argonne Oct. 8/18.
tokess, Norris G. Cited in G.O.1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Wagoner nf. LaCrosse
Died May 18, 1918 of wounds received in action.
/illiams, Robert J. Cited in G.O. 1, 1st. Div. dated
Jan. 1, 1920. Pvt.Inf. Frostproof
Killed in action July 21, 1918.







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NAVY

OFFICERS

AI DECORATION RA.IKX RESIDENCE
3one, Hutch Ingham "Officer of the Legion of Honor".
"Order of Mariziane Uffioale" by Italy;
"Cross of officer of the Order of St.
Maurice and St. Lazarus" by the govern-
ment of Italy; "Ensignia of Commander
of the Military Division of the Order
of the British Empire" by the British;
"Distinguished Service Order" by the
British.
Awarded the DSM for exceptionally
meritorious service as Commander of the
U. S. Naval Aviation Forces, Foreign
Service, and later as Aide for Aviation
on the Staff of the Commander of the U.S.
Naval Forces in European waters. Capt(Perm) White Springs
Donahue, Watson Bump Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the
USSC 4131, in patrolling the waters in
the War Zone, and operating against enemy
submarines. Lt. (JG) Jacks onville
?ellers, William Machen-Awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary
heroism as an observer in a seaplane in
in connection with the test of a new
method of aerodynamic control. Lt.(USIRF)Prov. "
?ield, Thomas Sullivan- Awarded Letter of Commendation for
valuable service at the front with the
14-inch. Naval Batteries which were
sent to France. Lt. (D)1 USJRF "
foster, Harold Francis- Awarded Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the
U.S.S.C. #272 engaged in hazardous duty
of patrolling the waters of the War Zone
and operating against enemy submarines
and later in dangerous work of removing
the North Sea Mine barrage and destroying
drifting mines. Lt. (JG) Miami
'reedman, Lewis Wilbur- Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
and gallant oonduct as radio officer of
the USS Lucktenbach on the occasion of an
encounter with an enemy submarine on Oct.
19, 1917. Ensign(E) Key West


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IAVY OFFICERS DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Count.

NAE DECORATION RAK BES IDENCE
Hoyt, Henry Willets Awarded the Navy Cross for heroism
and devotion to duty while serving
on the USS Huntington when that vessel
arrived in the War Zone on Sept. 17,
1917, he went up as an observer in a
captive balloon, remained in the balloon
during rain and squall which caused the
balloon to descend, rendering it unstable.
The balloon was reeled in but rolled about
and pitched violently, injuring the observer.
Lt. Hoyt was finally rescued from his des-
perate position by an enlisted man who went
overboard from the ship. Lt.(Perm) Seven Oaks
Judson, Virgil Ray Awarded Letter of Commendation for
meritorious service as Flag Secretary
and Communication Officer on the Staff
of the Commander Battleship Force two,
Uo S. Fleet. Lt.(USNRF) Bartow
Junkin, George Benn Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the
USS K-2, engaged in the important duty of
patrolling the waters infested by enemy
submarines and mines. Lt. (Perm) Miami
Knight, Austin Melvin Awarded the Distinguished Service Medal
for meritorious service as Commander-in-
Chief of the Asiatic Fleet. Grand Cordon
of the Rising Sun awarded by the Japanese
government. Rear Admiral(Perm)USN Florida
Lake, George Ernest Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the
USS MEADIAS engaged in the hazardous
duty of transporting and escorting troops
and supplies to European Ports. Lt. Comdr. Florida
USITRF
La Roche, Francis Arthur-Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the USS
SULTANA and the USS FLUSSER, engaged in the
important duty of patrolling the waters in-
fested with enemy submarines and mines. Lt.Comdr Cocoa
Leutrits, Gustav Adolf C.- Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the USS
FINfCH engaged in the difficult duty of
sweeping for and removing the mines of the
North Sea Mine Barrage. Lt.(JG)Temp. Florida



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NAVY OFFICERS DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.

IAME DECORATION RANK RESIDEIOE
Lindberg, John Conrad Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the USS
FALCON, engaged in the difficult duty of
sweeping for and removing the mines of
the North Sea Nine Barrage. Lt.(Temp) Florida
Loftin, Edward Hill Awarded a Letter of Commendation for
meritorious service as Aide on the Staff
of the Commander, U. S. Naval Forces in
in France. Lt.Oomdr. (Perm) "
Me Cormack, Harvey William- Awarded a Letter of Commendation for
Meritorious service as Fleet Radio
Officer on the Staff of Commander -in-
Chief, U. S. Fleet. Lt.Comdr.(Perm) Leesburg
Puleston, William Dilworth Awarded the Navy Cross for dis-
tinguished service as Aide, Flag Secre-
tary and Fleet Gunnery Officer on staff
of the Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Asiastic
Fleet, and also as Commanding Officer
of the Destroyers, CUSHING, SIGOUENEY
and STRINGHAM. Comdr.(Perm) Florida
Purdy, Warren Frederick Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the
USS WENONAI, engaged in the hazardous
duty of transporting and escorting troops
and supplies to European ports. Comdr.(Prov)UNRF "
Smith, Columbus Darvin Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the
U.S.S.C. #377 engaged in the hazardous
duty of patrolling the waters of the War
Zone, and operating against enemy sub-
marines. Ensign Bradenton
Stockton, Gilchrist Baker-Awarded Letter of Commendation for meri-
torious service on Staff of Commander
U. S. Naval Forces in European Waters. Lt. Jacksonville
Wygant, Benyaurd Bourne Awarded the Navy Cross for distinguished
service as Commanding Officer of the USS
TUCKER and later the USS CALHOUN, engaged
in the important duty of escorting and
protecting convoys of troops and supplies
to European ports. Capt. Florida.




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SAILORS 90ORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS

AER DECORATION RAIJK ESID ENCE
Allen, Boy Edgar Commended by the Sec. of Navy for
the manner in which they performed
their duties and remained at their
station following torpedoing of
U.S.. Mount Vernon Sept. 5, 1918 Seaman Mayo
Barrett, Leslie Me Cormick Commended by Sece of the Navy for
prompt and daring response to a call
for assistance while serving at the
7th. Naval District 8/19/18. Gunner Mate lcl. Tampa
Brown, Morris Lester Commended by Sec. of War for conduct
in engagement with submarine while
serving on the United States Armed
Transport Cargo Amphion. Seaman Jacksonville
Cosson, Harrison Commended by Sec. of Navy for the
manner in which he performed his
his duties and remained at his
station following torpedoing of
U.S.S. MOUNT VERNBON 9/5/18. Fireman lcl. Paxton
'rocker, Neal Dow Commended by the Sec. of the Navy
for efficiency and accuracy in
firing during an alleged encounter
with German submarine on Nov. 8,1918
while serving vrith the armed Guard
Detail New York. Seaman Newberry
Driver, Orvil Commended by Sec. of Navy for heroism
displayed by throwing ammunition over-
board to prevent explosion in collision
of vessel with H.M.S. AQUITANIA 10/9/18.
Attached to USS SHAW. Chief Pharmacist St. Petersburg
Gilling, Alfred Maurace Commended by the Sec. of the Navy for
Manley services rendered on the USS STEEETT
in connection with the rescue of the
passengers and crew of the Japanese
steamer HIRANO MARU, which was tor-
pedoed by an enemy submarine off the
coast of Ireland 10/4/18. Wardroom Steward Pensacola
Jernigan, Lora Lee Commended by Sec. of Navy for the
manner in viich they performed their
duties and remained at their station
following torpedoing of the USS MOUNT
VEION, Sept. 5, 1918. Fireman lcl. Clearwater
Kitland, Archie Beauregard Commended for gallantry in action the
night of June 16-17, 1918 near Chateau
Thierry, France. Awarded French deco-
rqtion Croix de Guerre on the night
of June 16, 1918 he voluntarily left
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SAILORS DECORATED OR CITED IN ORDERS Cont.

H_1 DECORATION RAISE RESIDENCE
Kirckland, Archie Beauregard his Dugout under a violent bombard-
Gont. ment to give first aid to 10 wounded
men lying in the open. Awarded Fr.
Croix de Guerre at Blanc Mont Oct.
3, 1918. Pharmacists Mate 2nd.C1. Perry
Miller, Willie Irvin Commended by Sec. of Navy for the
manner in which they perfo nmed their
duties and remained at their station
following torpedoing of USS MOUMNT
VERION 9/5/18. Seaman Pompano
Moore, Joseph William Commended by Sec. of Navy for prompt
and gallant service rendered in going
to the assistance of two burning sea-
planes Oct. 8, 1918 while serving at
the 7th Naval District. Seaman 2cl. Homestead
Peavey, Robert Norman Commended by Sec. of Navy for gallant
conduct during an engagement with
submarine and sinking of the S.S.
TYLER May 1, 1918. Blacksmith Jacksonville
Poe, James Wesley Commended by Sec. of Navy for fear-
less and untiring attention to duty
subsequent to explosion on vessel
9/29/18o Attached to USS MIIUESOTA.
Chief Pharmacists Mate Key West
Rollins, Roscoe H. Commended by Sec. of Havy for rescuing
a civilian from heavy surf at Santa
Rosa Island on 6//18/6.Chief Pharmacists Mate Chipley
Shepler, John Henry Commended by Sec. of Navy for prompt and
efficient services rendered in going to
assistance of two burning seaplanes 7th
Naval District, Key West, Fla. Oct. 8,
1918. Chief Machinists Mate Coconut Grove
Thomas, Robert Victor Commended by Sec. of Navy for the manner
in which he performed his duties and re-
mained at his station following torpedoing
of USS IOUNT VEIRON Sept. 5, 1918. Electrician
2nd. Cl. McIntosh
Vardes, David Commended by Sec. of Navy for the manner
in which they performed their duties and
remained at their station following tor-
pedoing of USS DOUTT VERNON Sept. 5, 1918

Fireman lcl. Tampa




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DEAD NAVY MEN DECORATED OR IED IN ORDERS

NAE DEGORAT ION RABM ES IDENCE
Corry, Jr., William Merrill Awarded the Navy Cross for dis-
tinguished service in command of
the U.S. Naval Air Station, Brest
Franceo "Chevalier of the Legion of Honor
of France". Died 10/3/20. Lt.Comdr.(Temp) Quinoy




MARISE COPS
Officers:
Stockton, James Roosevelt Awarded Fourragere. Capt.(Temp) Jacksonville

Enlis ted Me n
Bazemore, Earl LeRoy Croix de Guerre (GS) Citation
G.O. 53 West Palm Bea"i
Collins, George Riley Fourragere Loughman
Dillard, Charles Neal Citation G.0. 88 2nd. Dive -
Citation AEF Fourragere. Corpl. Tampa
Johns, Odis Fourragere. MR. Socastee
Lang, Robert Campbell Awarded Divisional Citation Certo
for distinguished and exceptional
gallantry. Citation G.Oo 64-2nd.
Div. Fourragere. Corpl. Trenton
Peoples, Frederick Lees Awarded Fourragere. Corpl. Jacksonville
Wahl, Jacon Emnauel Awarded Fourragere. MCR Maitland
Zimmerman, George L. Croix de Guerre (BS$ Citation, G.O.
40-2ndo Div. Fourragere. Pvto Key West


Dead;
Norman, Harvey Chester Navy Cross. 2 Lt. Miami
Killed in battle Oct. 22, 1918.
Pilcher, Luther Wade Distinguished Service Cross; Navy
Cross; Citation G.O. 40; Fourragere Sgt. Chipley
Killed in action June 6, 1918.
Saunders, George Raymond Fourragere Pvt. Orlando
Died of wounds July 19, 1918.









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