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Group Title: Foreign service decoration, POWs citations: Floridians, World War I
Title: Foreign service decoration, POWs citations Floridians, World War I
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Title: Foreign service decoration, POWs citations Floridians, World War I
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World War, 1914-1918 -- Registers   ( lcsh )
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    Florida state depositories
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    Men from Florida in the World War who received the Croix de Guerre and citations
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    Additional awards of foreign decorations to officers and enlisted men giving Florida as their state of residence
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    List of men from Florida awarded the distinguished service cross by the war department
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    List of men from Florida awarded the distinguished service medal by the war department
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FOREIGN SERVICE/DECORATIONS/POWS
CITATIONS:FLORIDIANS; WORLD WAR I


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State documents are distributed to the following depository libraries and are available
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Bay County Public Library (1968) *State Library of Florida (1968)
25 West Government Street Documents Section
Panama City, Florida 32402 R. A. Gray Building
Tallahassee, Florida 323 9-0250
Bay Vista Campus Library (1982)
Documents Department Stetson University (1968)
Florida International University Dupont-Ball Library
North Miami, Florida 33181 Deland, Florida 32720-3769

Broward County Division of Libraries (1968) Jacksonville University (1968)
100 South Andrews Avenue Carl S. Swisher Library
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 University Blvd., North
Jacksonville, Florida 32211
Cocoa Public Library (1968)
430 Delannoy Avenue *Tampa-Hillsborough County Public (1968
Cocoa, Florida 32922 Library System
900 North Ashley Street
*Florida Atlantic University (1968) Tampa, Florida 33602
Library
P. 0. Box 3092 *University of Central Florida (1968)
Boca Raton, Florida 33431 Library
_. Post Office Box 25000
*Florida International University (1971) Orlando, Florida 32816-0666
Documents Section
Tamiami Campus Library Tamiami Trail *University of Florida Library (1968)
Miami, Florida 33199 ..Documents Department
-Gainesville, Florida 32611
*Florida State University Library (1968)
Documents Maps Division *University of Miami Library (1968)
Tallahassee, Florida 32306 Gov't Publications
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*Jacksonville Public Library (1968) Coral Gables, Florida 33124
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Jacksonville, Florida 32202 *University of North Florida Library
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*Miami-Dade Public Library (1968) Post Office Box 17605
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*University of South Florida (1968)
*Ocala Public Library (1972) Library Special Collections
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Ocala, Florida 32671 Tampa, Florida 33620

Orange County Library District (1968) University of West Florida (1968)
101 East Central Boulevard Documents John Pace Library
Orlando, Florida 32801 Pensacola, Florida 32514-5750

St. Petersburg Public Library (1968)
St. Petersburg Publc Library (1968) West Palm Beach Public Library (1968
3745 Ninth Avenue, North00 Cl
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FLORIDA NATIONAL GUARD


Of the individuals listed in this volume, those below are known
to have served in the Florida National Guard prior to federal
mobilization for the war.


Samuel Block

Lucian Bradley

Edward Freyermouth

Roswell King

George Mackay

John Mitchell

Walter Sears

Thomas Scarber

Angus Smith

Walter Stevens

Raymond Turck

Paul Tresca

Myrle Whidden

Frank Williams










US MILITARY ACADEMY


Of the men listed in this volume, those below are known to have
been graduates of the US MIlitary Academy at West Point. A brief
summary of their service is here provided.


Baltzell, George F. Class of 1897. Born in Florida; Infantry,
Served in the Philippine Insurrection; G-3 6 Corps AEF; President
Infantry Board 1930-34; Died Florida 1937; Colonel.


Fechet, d'Alary Class of 1912. Born DC. CO Infantry Bn 2nd
Division World War I (DSC and PH) Retired 1932. Duty World War
II; Dep COS 1st Division; CO 16th Infantry 1942-43 (SS and PH);
Col 12 Army Group; Died Calif 1965.


Hay, William Henry Class of 1886. Born Florida; Cavalry.
Service Indian Wars 1886-87; Cuba 1899-02; Penn State 1905-09 CO
28th Division World War I. Retired 1923; Died NYC 1946.


Kernan, Francis J. Class of 1881. Born Florida. Infantry,
Frontier 1881-88; USMA 1888-91; Spansih American War (SS); ADC to
Gen MacArthur Philippines; Service of Supply; AEF (DSM);
retired 1922; Died Florida 1945.


Miller, William C. Class of 1905. Born Florida. INfantry
Siberia, World War I; Citadel 1926-31; Rutgers 1935; Died DC
1935.


Summerall, Charles P. Class of 1892. Born Florida. Infantry
and Artillery; Philippine Insurrection (2 SS); Boxer Rebellion,
China (2 SS); CO 1st Division/5th and 9th Corps AEF World War I
(DSC and DSM); President Citadel 1931-53; Died DC 1955).

















MEFT FROM FLORIDA IN TFE WOLD WAR
who received
THE OROIX DE GUERRZ AUD CITATIONS
-------------------------0000000000---------------------

Arndt, Roland II., 131207, Corporal, Hounqul:rtors Company,
17th Field Artillery, 2nd Division.
French Croix do Guorre with silver star, under Order Ho.
13.355 'D", dated February 8, 1919, General HIoadquarters, French
Armies of the East, with the following citation:
"Prom October 2-12, 1918, near Blanc Mont, actin, as Li-
aison Aocnt, he maintained with the r:roatost indifforoenc to danogr,
the conmninications betwoon the headquarters of the regiment and those
of tho battalion in spite of a violent bombardment."
Residence at onlistmont: 111 Fo-:lor St., Fort IMyers, Fla.

----------------------- 0000000000--------------------

Baltzell, oGorge F., Colonel, General Staff, Assistant Chief
of Staff G-3, 6th Army Corps, American Expeditionary Forces.
French Order do 1'Etoilo IToire (Officer), by Presidential
Decree of September 24, 1919, (Addross: Care, The Adjutant Gonoral
of the Army, qWashin'ton, D. CO)
Entered the Military Academy from Florida.

-------------------------0000000000-------------------------

Bardin, Karl, First Lieutenant, iachine-gun Company, 371st
Infantry, 93rd Division.
French Oroix do Guorro with silver star, under Order No.
12.833 'D", dated January 15.1919, General Headquarters, French Armios
of the East, with the following oitatiodn
"On September 39, 1918, at the Trioros Farm, his captain
being wounded, ho took conmm~md of the company for the balance of the
day. During a period of quiet, he worked actively to reorganize, put
the guns in proper condition by moans of spare parts piokod up on the
ground and rapidly prepared the unit for combat."
Residence at appointment: 230 East Forsyth St.,Jacksonvillo,Fla.
-----------------------0000000000------------------------







-------------------------0000000000----------------------

Barnos, John 0., 813965, private, Company "C", 1st Field
Signal Battalion, 2nd Division.
French Croix do Guerro with silver star, under Order Eo.
13.504 "D", dated February 14, 1919,' General Headquarters, French
Armies of the Ease, with the following citation:
"From October 5-9, 1918, he displayed remarkable courage
on several occasions under tho most violent artillery and machine-
jfun fire in repairing the constantly broken tolophono lines, tius
keeping his battalion cormandor in direct tolophonio communication
with his regimont."
Residence at onlistmentt Bartlett Gardens, Orlnado, Fla.

------------------------0000000000-----------------------

Boldin, Claude Stewart, 120793, Sergoant, 76th Rogiment,
United States Marino Corps, ad Division.
French Croix de Guerro with gilt star, under Order No.
11.466 "D", dated November 11, 1918, General Hoadquartors, French
Armies of the North and Northeast, with the following citation:
"On June 11, 1918, having rakon command of his platoon
when its loader had been wounded in the assault of the formtdablo
machine-gun redoubt of the Belleau Wood, he captured the guns and
their rows. \hoeroupon he turned four Auns against the onemy and
hold this position under the bombardment which followed."
Residpnoo at enlistment; DeLand, Florida.

---------------- 000000000----------------------












Blook, Samul IM., 1351878, private, Company "A", 102nd
Infantry, 26th Division.
S FFrench Oroix do Guerre with gilt star, under Order No.
12.246 "D", dated December 11, 1918, General Headquarters, French
Armies of the East, with the following citation
"He succeeded in oarryini a message across a terrible
machine-gun and artillery barrage :and showed '.traordinary bravery
on several other occasions."
Residence at onlistmonts 608 Cleveland St., Tampa, Fla.
------------------------ 0000000000--------------







Borland, Morton H,, 2666300, Master enginoor, 1G8th Com-
pany, Transportation Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, Russia.
British Distinguished Conduct Medal, List No. 44, Dated
"eptomber 15, 1919, British War Offico.
Details of the acts of gallantry performed:
"On the 19th of May, 1919, this master engineer was in
charge of a party repairing craters on the line south of Masolskaya
when they were seen by the ememy and subjected to heavy fire in
spite of which they completed the ,work which enabled an armoured
train to proceed down the line and disperse the enemy. He has at
all times shown the greatest courage and bravery and been a splendid
oxampleato those under him."
Residence at enlistment: Butterfield Flats, Fort Myers,Fla,
------------- -----0000000000-------------------------

Bosanquot, Alfred P., 8324, private, Sootion No. 5539,
Ambulance Service.
Fronoh Croix do Guerre with silver star, under Order bo.
14,603 "D", dated March 18, 1919, General Headquarters, French Arlies
of the East, with the following citations
"A driver of groat courao and endurance. He participated
in the evacuation of the dividional wounded in Champagno, on the Oa-
roq, on the Aisne and in Flanders, over routes and in localities of-
ten swept by the enemy fire."
Residence at enlistment:' FrM tland Park, Florida.

--------------------- 000000000--------------------

Bradley, Lucian P., 204409, Wa.onor, Company "B", 2nd
Ammunition Train, 2nd Division.
French Croix do Guorro with bronze star, under Order No.
IZ.196 "D", dated February 4, 1919, Gonoral Hladquarters, French
Arnios of the East, with the followintoj ithti6n:
"On October 2, 1918, in Ohampagne, vhile driving a caisson
of the advanced depot yn to the batteries, he accomplished his mis-
sion in a remarkable manner in spite of the bombardment, displaying
enthusiasm and readiness in the performance of his duty."
Residence at enlistments Highway, Florida*

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Bradshaw, ioy, 57787,,Sorgent, Qompany .G",, 8h Infantry,
1st 2)ivision. ant, ]'p a ", 28^h infantry,
French Oroix de Gaerre with silver star, under Order Io.
14.735 "D", dated March 22, 1919, General Hoadquarters, French Armies
of the East, with the following citations
"An intrepid non-o0isiaioned officer. On October 6, 1918,
his platoon commander having been wounded, he brilliantly led the unit
to the assault of bitterly defended positions, drove the enemy out with
grenades and electrified his men by his splendid conduct."
Residence at enlistment: Tallahassee, Florida,

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Oarloton, Russol, 7944, private, Section No.58/648, Am-
.bulanoe Servico.
French Croix do Guorre with bronze star, under Order o.*
1*106 "D", dated January 26, 1919, General Hoadquartors, Fren:h
Armies of the East, with the following citation:
"A couragobus and most zealous ambulance driver. On
detached duty with an infantry regiment at Mosbreoourt from Ooto-
bor.29, to November 4, 1918, he offocted the service of evacuation
with the greatest indifforo.co to danger, under the most violent
enemy fire."
Residence at onlistment: Lake City, Florida,

-----------0-------------000000000-----

Clement, Joseph T., Major., 39th Infantry, 4th Division.
French Croix de Guerro with silver star, under Order lo.
339, dated Decemer 2, 1918, 33rd Frenoh Division, with th:c follow-
ing citation:
"Learning that his regiment was about to leave for the
front, he logt the hospital scarcely rosoverod. On July 18, 1918,
at the time of the counter offensive on the Ouroq, he volunteered
to carry an order to the units in line and managed to fulfill his
mission in spite of a violent artillery barrage and very dense
machine-gun fire. Was badly wounded in the course of this action."
(Address: Care of the Adjutant General of the An:y, Washington,D.C.)
Entered Military Service from Florida,

----------------------00000000----- ------ ------

0oe, Clarence Stanley, tajor, 17th Enginoors (Railroad
Construction), Services of Supplti, American Expeditionary Forces.
French Legion d'Honneur (Chevalier), by Presidential
Decroo of April 4, 1919.
Residence at appointment: 60 Almeria St.,t..Autuistine,Fla.

------------------- 00000000---------------------

Colledge, Edward IV., private,. Section No. 60, Ambulance
Service,
French Croix de Guerre with silver star, under Order No.
489, dated August 28, 1910, 25th Division, with the following citation:
"He distinguished himself in keeping up his service from
Angust 17-25, 1917, with the greatest coolness in difficult circum-
stances. On the night of August' 19, in particular, under a violent
bombardment by gas shells, he personally opened up an obstructed route
in order to re-establish the evacuation service vhich had boon tom-
porarily interrupted."
Residence at enlistment: 434 West Duval St.,Jacksonvillo,Fla.

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Ooney, Walter E., Lieutenant Colonel, Quartomnaster Oorps,
Servicoesof Supply, American Expoditionary Forces.
-Frenoh Ordro do 1'Etoilo Noire.(Officor), by Prosidontial
Decree pff. September 24, 1919. ,,
-Residonce at appointmorti 15 West Strong St.,Pensaoola,Pla.

--------------------- 0000000000----------------------









Oowmort, John T., 128251, Corporal, Headquartors Odmparny,
12th Field Artillery, 2nd Division.
'Fronh Croix de Guerre with gilt mnd silver stars.
Gilt star awarded under Order No. 11.408 "D", dated'lovom-
bor 9, 1918, General Headquarters, French Armies of the Lorth mnd
Iorthoast, with the following citation:
"He displayed oourago and coolness during the engagement of
Juno 123 1918, in crossing a zono awopt by tho cnomny fire, in ordor to
maintain coonrunications botwoon his battery-and th.o infantry."
Silver star mwardod under Order No. 11.460 "D", datod Nov-
embor 10, 1910, Gonoral Hoadquartors, French Anrnios of the North and
Northeast, with tho followingR citation:
"During the night of Juno.11, 1910, the officer he was so-
cornpanying having boon wounded beside him, and the squad being unable
to lay a wire through lack of information, he romzinod alone under a
violent bombardnont to carry out the work, returning twioe to got
material through his porseveranoo, ohe managed to establish a com-
iunication between the i.rtillery and the infantryy"
Residonce at onlistnontt Tarpon Springs, Florida.
-----------------------000000000---- ---------------

Carry, Anool, 0625, First sorgoant, Soction No. 558, Am-
bulance Service,
Fror.h Croix do Guorro with silver star, under Order No.
13.023 "r", dated January 22, 1919, Gonoral Hoadqu..:rtors, French
Ar.ios of thle last, with the following oitations
"An onorgetia uand szalous non-commissionod officer, wIn
was always conspicuous by his coolness heon reconnoitoringr under
hostile fire. Roplaoingy his a.bsont chief in coanluad of his unit,
he exerted himself to the utmost to ptopare for the evacuation of
the wounded. During the combats of August 0 & 9, 1918, through the
wvnmple of his untlring courage, he was one of. the principal factors
in the succoas of the evacuations."
Roe ideroe at cnligtYrn ntt411 Elizabeth Street, I3ey 'Wlo t Flu .
-- ------------------ 0000.)0000-------- ------








Doran, Patrick Josoph, First Lieutenant, 1st Ammdnition
Train, lst Division,
French Croix do Guorro, with silver star, undor Ordor ITO.
14.945 "D", dated March 25th, 991, Gonoral lHoadquartors, French
Armies of the East, with the following citation:
"An officer full of courage and coolness. Charged with
offooting a roplonislmiont. of the armunitlon, ho aooomplished his
mission under a most violent bqmbardmont, oondubting his convoy
throtiag daniorous soqnos oGai~doeed impassable. His mission tor-
minated, he personally assisted in re-establishirng an amianition
depot that had boon on fire#"
Residence at appontntnt: Key Weot, Florida.
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SEstos, Franki E., Lieutonant Colonol, Army Uorvice Corps,
Direato Ary loServico Oorps, Soprios of;, Supply, aoridan pedi-
tionary Forces.
Fronch Legion d'Honnour. (Chovalier), by Prooidential Deoree
of July26, 1919, under the following citation,
"An American Officer whose morit was most especially narkld
in his relations with the Freonh authorities."
Italian Order of the Crown (Offieor), by Royal Dooroe of
June 17, 1919,
Residenoo at appointments 728 Sixth Avo.,S.,St,Petorsburg,Fla.
----------- oooooo0000000o00o--------------






Fedhet, d'Alary, major 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division;
French Legion d'Honneur (Qhevalier), by Presidential
Decree of December 1, 1918, and French Croix de Gaerro with palm,
with the following, citation:
"On July 18, 1918, he conducted his battalion with groat
bravory and attacked the enemy's lines in three positions. though
wounded, he remained at his post of combat with his battUlion and
led the attack with such impetuosity that he rendereL possible tho
capture of more able bodied prisoners than he had men under his orders."
Panamanian Medal of La Solidaridad, by Presidential Award
of Auast 30, 1919. (Address: Care, the Adjutant General, of the Army,
Washington, D.C.)
Entered the Military Academ r from the United States at Largoe.
Residence at appointment: R.F.D.,NoB3, Jacksonville, Fla.

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Fenno, Lloyd Horace, 1503681, Pharmacist's mate, third
*lass, United States Navy, attached to the 6th Machine-gun Battalion
United Stateallarine Corps, and Division.
French Croix de Guerre with palm, under Order No. 11.721
"D", dated November 19, 1918, General Headquarters, French Armios of
the North and VNortheast, with th, following; citations
"On October 4, 1918, near. St. Etienne-a-Arnes, he voluntarily
left his shelter in the front line, wont out in front under a violent
enemy bombardment of artillery and machino-guns and applied first aid
to a wounded man and brought him back to the rear."
Residonce at enlistment: 114 North Poins6tta Street, North
Palm Beqah, Florida.

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Flett, Charles M., First Lieutenant, Observer, 90th
.Balloon Oompany, Air Service.
.French Croix de Guerre with gilt star, under Order No.,
12.425 "D", dated Deoember 19, 1918, General Headquarters, French
Armies of the East, with the following oitationt
"An Officer of substantial moral and intellootual qualities,
Boinr' obliged to leave the 90th Balloon Company on February 27, 1918,
he asked to make a last ascension on the 26th. He displayed coolness
and courage in jumping with a parachute without hesitation when given
the ordor by his French comrade in charge."
'Residence at appointments Bartow, Fla.
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Preryermth, MEdw L., 198288, Sergeant, Company "OC?, lot
Field Signal Battalion, 2nd pivlsion.
French Croix de Guerre with.silver star, under Order No.
13.561 "D", dated February 14, 1919 General Hoadquartews, French
Armies of the East, with the following oitationt
"After having established coimamioation between the posts
of cormmand of the regiment.and the battalion, he voluntarily went up
to the front line and assisted in ropolsing some enemy counter attacks
at a critical moment."
'Iidho' atb. nlistment0 almo tto, Florida.

---- -- ----0000000000-------------------------














Goopfort, Herman A.,107685, Corporal, Company "O", 5th
Machine-gun Batallion, 2nd Division.
French Croix de Guerro with gilt st.1r, under Order ko.
12,537 "D", dated December 25, 1918, General Headquarters, French Ar-
mios of the "East, with the following citations
"On October 4, 1918, noar the Medeah Farm, he distinguished
himself by his coolness and courage under a violent bombardment. Al-
though wounded, he continued to encourage his mon, setting an example
and inspiring; them for the remainder of the ongagemont."
Residence at onlistments Palm City, Florida.

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Groason, Aflred M., 8332,.private, Section No. 535, Am-
bulance Service.
French Croix do Guerre with bronze star, under Order ITo,
11.648 "D", dated Novembor 17, 1918, Genoral IHedquarters, French
armies of the North and Northeast, with the following citation:
"He always volunteered forthe most dangerous posts.
NIotably on June 28, 29, and 30, 1918, he affected the evacuation of
the wounded, night and day, under very difficult circumstances, and
over a road which had to be repaired under fire to enable the ambu-
lance to pass."
Residence at enlistments Palmetto, Florida.
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Ray, W/illiam Henry, Major General, 28th Division.
Fronoh Legion d'Honnour (Officer), by Presidential Dooree
of May 5, 1919, and French Croix do Guerre with palm, under Order No.
16.797 "D", dated April 25, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies
of the East, with the following citation:
"As commander of a brigade and lator of a division, he al-
ways displayed' great qualities of leadership,"
Erenoh Ordre do 1'Etoile Noire (Conmmnder), by Presidential
Dooree of 'Sptember 24, 1919, (Address: Care, ~he Adjutant Ganoral of
the Army, Washington, D. 0.)
Entered the Military Academy from Florida.)

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Howze, Julien, 8333, private, Sootion No. 535, Ambulance Service.
French Oroix de Guerro with. bronze star, under Order No. 12.117
"D", dated Deoember 6, 1918, Genoral Headquarters, French Armies of the
East, with the following citation:
"A brave and energetic driver who always volunteered to go as
lose as possible to-the front lines in order to remove the wounded in
spito of the violence of the bombardments He particularly distinguished
himself on July 18, 1918, and July 20, 1918."
Rosidence at onlistmentt Cedar Avenue, Palmetto, Florida.

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'Hunter, Marion L., 1351702, private, Company M" 23rd
Infantry, 2nid Division .....
r p. penow roix de Qmer' with 'ilvor tar, under Order No.
3.040 "D", dated January 22, 1919, General Headquarters, French
Armies of the East, with the following citations
"During the offonsive operations from Ootober 3-9, 1910,
near St. Etieone-a-Arnos, he oxposed himself to a terrible machine-
gun fire and artillery fire while executing a reconnaissance, display-
ing extraordinary bravery."
Residence at enlistment Eoysvillo, Florida.
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Kennody, Stephen Mallory R., Captain Medical Corps, United
States Army, attached to the British Expeditionary Forces.
British Military Cross, List No. 40, dated July 18, 1919,
British War Office.
"In recognition.of meritorious services rendered the Allied
cause"
Residence at appointment 214 North Barcelona St.,PensaoolaFla.

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Kernan, Francis J., Major General, formerly commanding Gen-
eral, Services of Supply, American Expeditionary Forces with American
Commission to bogotiate Peace.
French Legion d'Honnour (Oommander), by Presidential Deoreo
of April 4, 1919,(Address: Care, The Adjutant General of the Army,
Washington, D. 0.)
Entered the Military Academy from Florida.

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I, King, Roswell, First Lieutenant, 104th Infantry, 26th
Division.
French Oroix de Guorr6 with gilt star, under General Order
No.736-A, dated-April 26,1918* 32nd French Anry Corps, with the
following citation.
"Romarkable courage* and untiring devotion in command of the
supply groups during the combat of April 12-13, 1918, undor violent
Bombardment."
Residence at appointntnt 1910 St.Johns Ave.Jacksonvillo,Fla.






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Kirkland, Archie Beauregard, 1027806,..pharmacist's mate,
first class, United States Navy, attached to the 6th Machine-Gun Bat-
talidi4tUnited Stateta.trln~iCo2* ind.Division.
French Crb1x de Guerre with silver and two bronze stars.
Silver staxt awarded under Order No,13.505, "D", dated Feb-
ruary 13# 1919, General Headquartorsi French Armies of the East, With
the following oltation:
"From Octobor 2-10, 1918, Near Blanc Mont, he displayed
courage and zoal in evacuating th6 wounded under difficult circumstances."
Bronzeo-ptar- awarded under Order io.11.997 "D", 'dated Novnamor 20, 1
1918, General .Hoeadquarters, French Armies of the East, with the follow-
ing citation
"He voluntarily loft his shelter under a violent bombardment
to go to the aid of 10.wounded men on exposed ground."
Additional bronze star awarded under Order Eo. 1.1166 "D",
dated March 29,- 1919,, General Headquarters, Fronch Armies of the East,
with 'the following citations
"On July 19, 1918, Ioear Viersy, he displayed great bravery in
remaining.at his post under the violent enemy artillery fire, caring
for the yvounded and assisting in their evacuation."
Residence at enlistment : Perry, Florida,

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:Mabry, Dale, Oaptain, Air Service, United States Army.
Italian Order of the Crown (Kni,,t), (Addresst baro, the
Adjutant General of the Army, Washington, D.O.)
Residence at appointnnnti 207 Cardy Street, Tampa, Fla,
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MoFall, John H., Second Lieutenant, Finance Department with
the American Polish Relief Expedition.
Polish Commemorative Cross. (Address; Care, The Adjutant
General of the Army, Washington, D. C.)
Residence at appointments 205 East Ross Ave. Tamnpa, Fla.
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Mackay, George L. (Deceased), 188425, Master Engineer,
Senior grade, Headquarters Company, 117th Engineers, 42nd Division,
attached to the 69th Dividion, French Army.
Fronch Oroix de Guerre with silver star, undor Genoral Order No.
263, dated April 25,1918,69th French Division,with the following citation:
"Ho voluntarily took part in the raid of April 17, 1918, After
having displayed superb coolness and zeal, he was mortally.wounded dur-
ing the return of our troops to our trenches." (Next of kint Mr. George
tIaolay, father, Ocala, Fla.)
Residence at onlistmenti Ocala, Fla.
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Mondenhall, Herbert Durmmond, Captain, Corps of Engineers,
Base Section No. 2, Services of Supply, Amorican Expoditionary Forces.
French Ordre do l'Etoile Noire (Chevalier), by Presidential
Decroo of September 24, 1919.
Residence at appointment: Lakoland, Florida.

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Miller, William 0., Lieutehant Colonel, 27th Infantry,
American Forces in Siberia.
Japanese Order of the Rising Sun (Fourth Class). (Address:
Care, The Adjutant General of the Army, Washington, D.C.)
Entered the Military Academy from Florida.

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Hitohell, Alezander, 9838, private, first class, Section
No.1l/631, Ambulance Service.
French Oroix do Guerre with silver star, under Order No.
12.823 "D", dated January 12, 1919, General Headquarters, Pronch
Armies of the East, with the following citations
"He displayed the greatest zeal in effooting the evacuation
of the wounded during a period of combats, repairing the road under
the 'enemy bombardmnet in order to push the ambulance always further
forward. Due to this initiative and to his indifference to danger,
he sated the lives of numerous wounded by facilitating their early
treatment."
Residence at enlistments 221 Weat Church St.Jacksonville,Fla.

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Morningstar, Leroy E.,5830, Sergeant, Medical Detachment,
23rd Infantry, 2nd Division.
French Oroix do Guerre with bronze star, under, .Ordero.5.11.984
"Df, dated-NoviYhber 28, 1918, Genoral' Headqu.nrters, French Armies of
the East, with the following citationt-
"Near Chateau Thierry on J.tly:l 1918, although gassed and
shocked, he remained at his post under a violent bombardment in order
to have the wounded cared for, the two surgeons and the two attendants
having been killed or wounded."
Residence at enlistment: St. Petersburg, Florida.
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Nobles, Orris, 131322, Corporal, Headqu:arters Company, 17th
Fiold Artillory, 2nd Division.
French Oroix do Guorro with Bronze star, under Order iio.13.090
"D", dated Jaunuar 24, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the
East, with the following citation:
"In the course of the operations on the crest of Blanc Iont
from October 2-12, 1918, wild acting as liaison agent between battal-
ion and regimontal headquarters, he carried orders under violent bomb-
bardmonts at the peril of his life. Due largely to his courage and
his abnegaion, the liaisons wore maintained when the telephone linos
twere.9aLtand rendered useless."
Residence at enlistment: Titusville, Florida.

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O'Reilly, Jamos P., First Lieutenant, Company "A", 1st Ma-
Chaine-gan Battalion, 1st Division.
French Croix de Guerro with silver star, under Order No.
14.735 "D", dated Maroh 22, 1919, General Headquartors, Frenoh Armies
of the East, with the following citations
"An officer endowed with.fino soldierly qualities. Undor
difficult conditions, he repulsed an enemy counter attack, personally
manipulated a machine-gun whose crew had Just been disabled." (Addresst
218 Eleventh Street, Miami, Florida.)
.Entered Military Service from Florida.

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Paeo, Richard 0 M.., First Lieutenant, 88th Aero Squadron,
Air Service.
French Croix de Gkerro with palm and silt star.
Palm awarded under Order Ho. 12.768 "D", dated January 8,1919,
General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the following
citationt
"A model of bravery and skill. Ever since the organization
of the squadreap he has porfomsed the most perilous missions during
which he had his observer wounded. ;On September 2, 1918, he brought
down an adversary while ~a combat with eight enemy pursuit planes."
Gilt star awarded under Order No. 12.164 "D", dated December
8, 1918, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the
following citation:
"A pilot as skillful as he is brave. On August 9, 1918,
when attacked by six enemy planes, he succeeded, by his coolness and
skilful maneuvering, in safely landing his riddled plane and his very
seriously wounded observer."
Residence at appointment: 112 Royal Palm Avenie, Fort Myord,Fla.

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Parazine, Olyde Everett, 1861536, private, 110th Field Hos-
pital 30th Division.
British Military Medal, List No. 35, Nated January 31, 1919,
British .Wa Office.
D':Details of the acts of gallantry performed:
;"Private Parasine roooived a severe shell wound, right.
thigh an ,;:baok, while acting as stretcher bearer, oa.rSyng patients
.,,frta, :.the field to,; .egimental aid .p6stl J'-ep'hihavy shell fire Of the
ienfey, Soptomhor 29-30, 1918, near Bellicourt."
Rosidenoo at enlintmonti 306 East Romana 31. Pensacola, Fla.

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Perkins, Alva H., Captain, Corps'of Enginddrs, dtitdhoi. to
51st Artillery ,Coast Artillery Corps, Amoricani Expeditionary Boroes.
French Croix de Guerro with silver star, under Order No.
22.075 "D", dated August 30, 1919, Gonoral Headquarters, French Armios,
of the East, with the following citation:
"On October 27, 1918, he went into louson under an intense
bombardment of heavy artillery and gas shells and, in spit of the
difficulties and dangers, carried out the perilous mission with which
he was charged." (Address: oare, The Adjutant General of the Airy,
S7ashington, D. 0.)
Residence at appointment: 312 St.George St.-,St.Augustine,Fla.
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Perry, Douglas G., 5523, Sergoant, 23rd Ambulance Company,
2nd Division.
Fronch Oroix de Guorre with bronze star, under Order No.
18.872 "D", dated Juno 12, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies
of the East, the following citation:
"During the attack of Blanc Mont, from October 5-8, 1918,
with the greatest indifference to danger, he faithfully performed
the duty with which he was charged."
Residence at enlistment: Monticollo, Florida.
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Randolph, Tucker Lucas, Captain, Medical Corps, United
States Army, attached to 23Gth Brigade, Royal Dield Artillery,
British Expeditionary Forces'
British Military Cross, List No. 40, dated July'18, 1919,
British War Office.
#In recognition of meritorious services rendered the Al-
lied cause."
Rosidonce at appointment: Leesburg, Florida.








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Roamor, James M., Captain, 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division.
Freonh Oroix do Guorro with palm, under Order o,11696 '
"D", dated November 18, 1918, General Headguarters, French Armios of
the North, and Northeast, with the followiAgloitation:
"During the offensive operations from October 8-9,1910, Near
St. Etionne-a-Arnes, he displayed great courao. On October 3, volun-
tarily and alone, ho-mado a reconnaissanoo of the onemy lines and ob-
tained information of great value. IHo actod as guide for- two companies
passing through a machine-gun and artillery barrage." (Address: Care,
The Adjutant Goneral of the Army,. aahington, D. 0.)
Rosidonce at appointmantt Orlando, Florida.



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Robineau, Simon P., Captaini, orps of Interproters, Amor-
ican expeditionary Forces.
French Ordre 6o 1'Etoilo Noir (Chevallor), by Presidential
oooroo of 0 optembelr 24, 1919,
Residence at appointment';,907 8oevntoenth' dt, MTidi, FPa.
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Sohmidt, Lewis A., 1857008, Sergoant, Oompany "F",
)06th Engineers, 81st Division.
Fronoh Croix do Georre with silver stir, under Order Io.
13.e87 "D", dated January 21, 1919, General Headquartors, French
Arnios of the East, with the following oit&tions
"On November 9, 1918, receiving the order to attack with
his comnpny, he fulfilled his role with enthusiasm, demonstratingr
the greatest bravery and contributing in a large measure to the
success of the day."
Residenoo at enlistment: Ormond, Florida.
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Sears, Wlalter B., 59408, private, Cortp!any F. 9th Infantry
2nd Division.
Frondo Oroix de Guerro with bronze star, under Order No.
11.984 "D", dated. Novonber 28, 1910, General IIeadcquators, Fronch
Armies of the East, with the following oit&tions
"roar Vaux, on July 2, 1918, ho displayed ocoeptional
bravery in arossinc, a zone violently bombarded,in order to rescue
a corporal."
Rosidence at enlistmuntt Jasper, Florida.

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Sharbor, Thomas, 108297, private, Company "A", 3rd
llaohlno-gun Battalion, 1st Division*
Fronch Oroix, de buerre rith silver star, under Order No.
14,735 "D", dated Ilaroh 22, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies
of the East, with the following citations
"A brave and couratoous machine g~ilor who displayed energy
under many.oiroumnstanceos When buried by the explosion of a heavy
shell, ho extricated himself ;and put his gun in condition to fire.
During the engagemonts from July 18-22, 1918, he was conspicuous
by the accuracy of'his fires Was Severely wounded in the course
of these operations."
R.sidonco at onlistmentt Panama City, Florida*
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Skinner, James P., 2298597, private, first class, 23rd
Ambulance Cormpany, 2ndc Division.
French Oroix do Guerre with gilt star, 7nder Order ITo.
12.464 "D", dated December 22, 1918, General Headquarters, French
Armies of the East, with the following citations
"On October 4, 1918, near Blanc Mont, he remained at his
advanced first-aid station in:der a violent bombarament ani continued
to care for the wounded, facilitatiog their imeodiato evacu'atioh."
Residence at enlistrmenti Jasper, Florida.
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Sttophons, WlterL.,181487,0orporal, company "B",lst Gas
Rogimnnt,0hemical War Servico,Amorican 2Expeditionary. Forces.
Fronoh Oroix de Guerro.with gilt star, under Order No.
11.399 D t dtod te ovembor.il8,1919: .Glbral HNeIdqAters, Prenah Armies
of the North and Northeast, with the following oitationt
A very good corporal, brave and courageous, who gave a fine
example of indifference to dangor in tho course of a special operation
executed by his company."'
Residence at onlistmentt 4103 North Morgan St., Tampa,Fla.
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Stroman, Henry. H., 2285158, Sergeant, Company "K",
364th Infantry, 91st Division.
French Croix do Guorro with gilt star, under Order No.
18.001 "D datod MVa 28, 1819, General Headquarters, French Armies
of the East, with tho following citations
S"Ho displayed admirable courage and volunteered to go
out in front with five men to brtng: in some wounded comrades-. They
succeeded in roscuring soven of them and brought back the body of
a lieutenant under a terrible machine-gun fired "
Residence at enlistment: Tallahasseo, Florida.








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Sunnaorall, Oharles P., Major General, Commanding 5th
Army Oorps.
Belgian Ordre do la Couronne (Grand Offioor) by Royal
Decree of February 17, 1920.
French Logion d'Honnour (onmmandour), by Presidential
Decreo of Novomber 11, 1918.
SFrench roix do Guerro with palm, under Order No. il.002
"D", dated October 30, 1918, Goneral Headquarters, French Armies of
'tho North and Northeast, oith the following citations
"As Commander of the artillery brigade of the First Amer-
ioan Division, ho dovolopod thc technical knowlvode and military
value of his brigade to a degreoo iich ronderod thio unit oompetent
to fulfill any mission which might dovolvo upon it. By his energy,
courage and tireless activity, he showed him4olf a leader of the
first order,"
Italian Order of the Crown (Grand Offioor), by Royal
Deooree of November 10, 1919.
.Iontenogrin Ordro du Princo Danilo lor (Socond Class).
Panmraanian Medal of La Solidaridad, Presidential Avard
of August.30, 1919. (Addresst Care, The Adjutant General of the
Army, Washington, D. 0.)
Entered the Military Academy from Florida.

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Taylor, James D., Colonel, 855th Infantry, 89th Division.
French OrOix do Guerre with gilt st;r, under Order `o.16.933
"D",, dated April 30, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of tho
East with the following citation:
"An officer of ensrgy and unequaled coraago, who partic-
ularly distingmishod himself north of Toul in Aujust 1918." (Address:
Cargo, he Adjutant Geonoral of .the Army, Washington, D. G.)
'Entered Military Service from Florida.

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.. erry, Royall P., First Lieutenant,.3eotion No. 542,
Ambulance Servico,.
Italian 7:ar Sorvice Ribbon.
S Iosidence at appointnmnts 2200 East Duval St.,Jacksonvillo,Plu.

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Terry, Royall P., First Lieutanant, Section No. 542,
Ambulance oSrvice,.
Italian "Var Service Ribbon.
Residence at appointment: 2200.East Duval St.,Jacksonville,Fla.

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Turok, Raymond 0., Colonel, Medical Corps, Division
Surgeon, .35th Division.
French Croix do Guorre with gilt st:tr, under Order Po.
20.292 "D",.dated July 10, 1919, General Headquarters, Fronoh
Armies of the East, with the following citation:
"During the months of July and Au'ust, 1910, when under
the orders of the 33rd Fronoh Arnmy Corps, the 35th American Divis-
ion in co-operation with some fronh. units, hold a sector in the
Vosgos, Lieutenant Golonel Raymond C. Tarck distinglishod himself
by his competence, his courage and his devotion. By his very fro-
qu'ent visits to the most advanced first-aid stations of the French
regicents andn of the Alpine'fiold/ hospitals of his sector, he in-
surod the early care of our wounded and their evacuation in the
best of condition."
.Fronoh Ordro dos Palmes Universitaires, Officier d'In-
struction Publique (or), by Ministoridl Doeision of November 20,
1919,'. minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts.
Residence at appointment: 1535 Riverside Ave.,Jacasonvillo,Fla.

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S. Whidden, Myrle A., 1351423, private, Company "B", 9th
Infantry, 2nd Division.
French Croix do Guerro with bronze star, under Order No,
13.141 "D", dated January 30, 1919, General Headquarters, French
Armies of the East, with the following citation:
"At Blano Mont, on October 3, 1918, he carried messages
under a violent artillery and machine-gun fire, showing complete
indifference to danger."
Residence at enlistment: Bartow, Florida.

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Williams, G.' Redding, Captain,' Transportation Corps,
Services of Supply, Amerioan Expeditionarp Forces.
.British Military Cross, List No. 40, dated JVly 18, 1919,
British'War Offico/.
Residence at appointmeonta Jacksonville, Florida.





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Williams, Frank M., Major, 325th Infantry, 82nd Division.
Italian W'/ar Cross, awarded by Chief of Staff, Italian
Army, April 14, 1919.
:Residence at appointmncntI 410r Frmklin St., Tampa, Fla.
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Wimberly, Burton M., 8093, private, first class, Section
'No. 577, Ambulance Service.
French Oroix do Guorro with two bronze stars.
Bronde star award d under Order Io. 12.777 "D", dated
January 8, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the i'ast,
with tho. following; citations

"'..oonao3s and enory on ,the night of August 94,. in .eectngi aMzov'iont
of .,oj.r d 'l'uring. an air raid. althhnbklbhtjnIrhS byalb af.b i,. V..::i-
"*'^obecid BhuigghtgaMg.. ..;: ... .: -.' -.- ,.,,--.,.. .
-- Additional bron-o star 4'waied under Ord o.' 14.876 1'b""' kuip;ptw",
dated March 24, 1919, General HedTquaLrtors, ,Frornh A..mies of the East
with the following citation:
."A courageous arnd verx spirited driver. On August 23, 1918,
he succeeded'in repairing his ambulance under a violent bombardment
and was thus ,able'to effect the evacuation of the wounded."
-Residence at enlistments Madison, Fla..




Young, George F., Captain, Com-any "C", 56th Engineers
(Soerohlight) American Exueditionary Forces.
French Oroix do Guorre with palm, under Order No. 12.232
"D", dated December 10, 1918, General IHeadquartors, French Armion of
the East, with tho following citatibX: (Citation of Company "C",
56th Engineers.)
"Placed at the disposal of the anti-airoraft defense of
the 1st French Army from May to October 1918, Company "C", under the
command of Captain Bryan and Captain Young, distinguished itself
under all circumstances, by the bravory and the excellent training
of its personnel. Always placed, on the express request of its
leader, in the most exposed regions,.it obtained the best results
despite the losses suffered from the enemy artillery and air forces."
Residence at appointment. 712 Grand Central Ave.,Tampa, Fla.

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Zimaerman, George L., 107999, Sergeant, 81st Company,
6th Machine Gun Battalion, United States Marine Corps, 2nd Division.
French Oroix do Guerre with bronze star, under Order No.
11.548 "D", 'dated November 14, 1918, General Headquarters, Fronoh
Annios of the North and Northeast, with the followinln citation:
"Displayed imdomitablo courgeo 'and absolute indifforenoo
to danger in carrying rations and ammunition to his battalion
depot, in broad daylight and under violent bombardments from June
2-11, 1918."
Residence at onl&stmenti 1318 Dunoan St., Key West, Fla.

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ADDITIONAL AWARDS OF FCREIGf DECORATIONS

To Officers and Enlisted Men Giving

Florida as their State of Residence



Burgin. Henry T., major, Coast Artillery Corps, Division Ordnance Officer,
41st Division, with American Mission to Italy.

Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus (chevalier). (No specific
citation of record.

Entered Military Academy from Florida.



Clement, Joseph T., major, 39th Infantry, 4th Division.

French Croix de Guerre with silver star, under Order No. 3Z9, dated
December 2, 1918, 33rd French Division, with the following citation: "Learn-
ing that his regiment was about to leave for the front, he left the hospital
scarcely recovered. On July 18, 1918, at the time of the counter offensive
on the Ourcq, he volunteered to carry an order to the units in line and man-
aged to fulfill his mission in spite of a violent artillery barrage and very
dense machine-gun fire. Was badly wounded in the course of this action."
French Ordre de l'Etoile Noire. (Offioier)by Presidential Decree of
May 27, 1922. (No speoifio citation of record.)
Panamanian Medal of La Solidaridad (second class). (No specific cita-
tion of record.)

Entered Military Service from Florida.



Demharter. William F.. 58682, corporal, Company M, 28th Infantry, 1st Division.

French Croix de Guerre with silver star, under Order No. 14.735 'D",
dated March 22, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with
the following citation: "A brave and zealous corporal. On May 28, 1918,
although wounded he refused to be evacuated and took cocmand of a platoon
and brilliantly led it to the assault of an enemy position."

Residence at enlistment: Jacksonville, Florida.











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Feohet. d'Alary, major, 23d Infantry, 2d Division.

French Legion d'Honneur (chevalier), by Presidential Decree of December
1, 1918, and French Croix de Guerre with palm, with the following citations
"On July 18, 1918, he conducted his battalion with great bravery and attacked
the enemy's lines in three positions. Though wounded, he remained at his
post of combat with his battalion and led the attack with such impetuosity that
he rendered possible the capture of more able bodied prisoners than he had
men under his orders."
Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus (officer), by Royal Decree
of Maroh 5, 1922. (No specific citation of record).
Italian Croce di Guerra. (No specific citation of record.)
Panamanian Medal of La Solidaridad (third class), by Presidential Award
of August 50, 1919. (No specific citation of record.)

Entered Military Abademy from United States at large. Residence at
appointment: Jacksonville, Florida.



Flett, Charles M., first lieutenant, Air Service, United States Army, attached
to 90th Balloon Company, French Air Service.

French Oroix de Guerre with gilt star, under Order No. 12.425 'D", dat-
ed December 19, 1918, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with
the following citation: "An officer possessed of substantial qualities of
morale and intellect. Being obliged to leave the 90th Balloon Company on
February 27, 1918, he asked to make a last ascension on the 26th. He dis-
played coolness and courage in jumping with a parachute without hesitation
when given the order by his French comrade in charge."

Residence at appointment: Bartow, Florida.



MpFall. John H., 2nd Lieutenant, American Polish Relief Expedition.

Polish "Krzyz Walecznych" (Polish Cross of the Brave). (No specific
citation of record.)

Residence at appointment: 205 East Ross Ave., Tampa, Florida.



Mabry, Dale, captain, Air Service. (Posthumous award.)

Italian Order of the Crown (Chevalier). By Royal Decree of March 17,
1921. (No specific citation of record.)

Next of kint Dr. Giddings E. Mabry, brother, 207 Cardy Street, Tampa,
Florida. Residence at appointment: Tampa, Florida.
















Maroney. William. 107705, sergeant, company C, 5th Machine Gun Battalion,
2d Division.

French Croix de Guerre with gilt star, under Order No. 17.466 "D', dated
May 16, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the fol-
lowing citation: "He displayed energy and courage in leading his platoon
toward its objective through a violent fire of artillery and machine guns,
giving his men an example of profound contempt for danger."

Residence at enlistments Pensacola, Florida.



Miller, William C.. lieutenant colonel, 27th Infantry, American Forces in
Siberia.

Japanese Order of the Rising Sun (fourth class), Royal Award of Febru-
ary 5, 1921. (No specific citation of record.)

Entered Military Academy from Florida.



Roush, John R., R-2576776, corporal, American Polish Relief Expedition.

Polish Commemorative Cross, awarded by Commander-in-Ohief, Polish Army,
March 18, 1920. (No specific citation of record.)

Residence at enlistment: Lynn Haven, Florida.











COLTEDGE, EDWAflD -*
K '~'ror Towns -Jacksonville, Florida.
SBorn at Cadillao, Michigan, June 15,1891 ..
Enlisted 2'bruary, 1917.
Ambulance. service, section F60. Attached to the 25th Prench
Division. -Entered U.S.Army October 4,1917, as a.2nd Lieut-
enant of Engineers. Transferred to the 1st U.S.Gas Regiment.
Promoted Captain*
Awarded the Croix de Guerre August 20,1917.
Took patt in the following battles Verdun,August 19171
Ohemin de Dames,September 1917 (with ambulance); St.Mihiel
and Aigonne (with U.S.Army).
Discharged December 16,1918.
Address Box 435, Jacksonville, Florida.
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The above information furnished the Adjutant General of florida
by the Navy League of the United states, under date of November
25.1925. Filed under 080 Navy League of the United States.








COLLINS, WILLIAI.T JAMiS
Son of William Isaac Collins and Carrie---
Home Tovn: Clearwater, Florida.
Born at Seattle Wash., August 13, 1897
Enlisted in Canada January 26, 1916
38th Battalion Canadian Infattry, 12th Brigade, 4th Division
Rank: Signaler #805297
Gassed September 14, 1917
Served in France from June 20/1917 to TMay 4/1919
Discharged: June 16/1919
Address: 905 No. Garden Ave., Clearwater, Blorida.



The above information furnished the Adjutant General of
lorida by the Navy League of the United States, under date
of November 25, 1925. Filed under 080 Navy League of the
United States.



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:on of illiam -iernon. ettrick and Iargaret tirmons
Hone Tiwn Jacksonville, Florida.
Born October 7,1894.
Enlisted igust 5,1916.
213th Battalion Canadian Infsatry ("American Legion")
Ran3k Sapper. #264401.
SDischarged April 23,1919.
Addreast 1445 Hubbard St.,racksonvilleFlorida.


The above information furnished the Adjutant General of
Florida by the, aTy League of the United States, under date
of November 25,1925. Filed under 080 Navy Leage of the
United States.












GILLET!? 0"DD W iD.
Son of Myton Er.illett. and lara Remmings.
Homoe .Townt Tampa', ; orida.
Borns Janiary 27,1892.
Enlisted July, 1917.
Norton-Harjes Ambulance Corp. 'Transferred to the U.S.Army
Ambulance Service, section 647.
Killed in action June 9,1918.
Awarded the American Distinguished Oervice Cross with the fol-
lowing Citations "Private first class Todd F.Gillett (deceased)
S.S.U. #647, distinguished himself by extraordinary heroism
in connection with military operations against an armed enemy
of the United States at Beaumont, France, June 19,1918, and
in recognition of his gallant conduct, I have awarded him in
the name of the President" the Distunguisoed Service Cross.
Zwarded on the 12th of August 1918.
(Siged) John J. Pershin.
Commander in Chief *"
Next of kin (brother) D.C.Gillett, Tampa, Florida*
The original c if. thi formation filed under 080- Navy
League 01 t0e u 7t atese












F d

d'ELSERHAM, VICTOR ARMED dePOfTER
Sea of Pierre touis Armand -dePotter d'lsegham awd Aimee Becaartt:
Home town Orlando, Flori4a.
Born At Shelter Island, "Suffolk do.,l.YT June 5,1891
Enlisted August 25,1917.
American Field Service,Camion Service (Reserve Mallet),seatont s
23 and 526.
Transferred to the American Army October 1,1917.
American Mission Motor Transport Service, Motor Oommand #9,
section 373.
Ranks Private, first class, 4248964.
Took part in the following battles Offensive of the Alsne,
Ootober,1917; Retreat to the Marne, May,June,1918; Picardy
Advance, July to August,l918; defensee near Conpiegne, March,18.
Discharged at St.Aignan, France, June 3,1919.
He writes "We were always with the french Army on detached
service. We were as a r~le placed in or around the city of
Soissons. Being in the Motor Transport Corps, it was given me
to see the accurate way in which food and munitions are brought

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to an army*.. Although placed beyond the line zrmItInar some
miles, we were at times considerably annoyed by night air
raids. The German machines came singly, in couples, or in
successive squadrons, especially aiming towards Paris.
Address Red Hook, Dutchess County, New York.



The above information furnished the "djutant General of Florida
by the Navy League of th& United States, under date of November
25,1925. Piled under 080 Navy League of the. United States.













S.COSTA JOS t. ...

Son of August Costa and Mary S!ndrill.
Hor~ towns St.Petersburg, Florldha
SBrn in London, Tngland.
Became an American citizen on the naturalization of his father
Sin Jersey City, October 2,1907. Enlisted 1917, after being
unable to qualify for the American service*
4th Battalion, 8th Regiment, French Field Artillery, attached
to the llth Division of French Infantry.
Graduate of the Officers Artillery-School at Pontainebleau,
France.. Promoted to Aspirant to Sous-Lieutenant, .Pp Lieute.-,,'
asnt.#12567. :r' ':
Wounded in the battle of Solssons August 4,1918. Sent to
hospital for gas poisoning November 10,1918.
Took part in the following battles: Attack south of the
Aisne, at St.Pierre Aigle, June 1918; General Offensive Jyly
'15,1918; Capture of Soissons July 28,1918; Counter attack
north of the Aisne August 1918; Couroy Forest Septcmber.1918;
&Mk'e qo9p Lys and Scheldt in Flanders, October and
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Awarded the Croix de Guorre in the orders of the 11th Infaitry
Division for action in *the preparation anr execution of
efficient battery fire under enenr, fire, often extremely
violent"* in the Battle of Flanders October 1918, while in
command of a battery.
Discharged June 15,1919
Temporary address (1926) Graduate College, Princeton, N.J.
Permanent address 649 7th Ave., No., St.Petersburg, Florida
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NORMAN, EALfE REDDNflG.
Son of gichard E.Torman and Xatherine Bruce
Home Towns Jacksonville, Florida. -
Born at W~aycoss, aeorgia.
Enlisted at MAhurstburg, Canada, June 1,1916.
Royal Canadian Dragoons.
Transferred to the 97th Battalion Canadian Infantry ("American
Legion"( Transferred to the Royal Canadian Regiment. Promoted
to Scout, to Lance Corporal, to,Lieutenant. #4111.
Twice recommended for a decoration but his company captain
was in both cases killed before he could properly report it.
Slightly wounded and gassed at Viny Ridge. By mistake officially
reported killed.
Took part in the following battles Vlmy Ridge, April 9,1917;
Avion, June 9,1917; Hill 70 August 1,1917; Pasohendaele,
October 1917 Mions 1918.
Placed on the Reserve of Officers October 16,1919.
Lieutenant Robert McDouglass wrote to his mothers "Earle's
only fault was that he was too good* Many a time he has risked
his life on the battlefield to bring in a wounded comrade*
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IMayL a time he has. given up his. last drop of water- I had the
great pleasure at one tome. *O recommending Earle. for the
Distinguished Conduct Medal, one.of the highest honors the
British Army can bestow. But, owing to the Officer in charge
of the company being killed, he never received it*"
Captaai Billie Home of the Royal Canadian Regiment wrote to
Lieutenant Nerman s mothers *In case you do not know what a
splendid record Earle has in Franox, 2 want to say that about
the highest honor a man may receive was to receive the coamis-
sion from the ranks and come back to one's own regiment, which
Earle did and made a great success of it. Captain Steve Allen,
Company C, from Oalgary, told me what a wonderful man Earle was
and that he recommended him for decoration* Captain Allen was
killed August 26. Earle and I were together in France and
Belgium."
Address: e/* MrIsRiohard E.Norman, 614 Laura St.,JacksonvilleD'a.

The above information furnished the Adjutant General of Florida
by the Navy League of the United States, under date of November
25,1925. Filed under 080 Navy League of the United States.











OFIrICER-ORO


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(Surname) (Christian name)

Residence...... .... .......... ................. ............................................................
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)

B. ornin Cincinnati 0 Oct 1b/95 ..
t Called Intoactiveserviceas 1st Lt A.S.Si;-.. July 31/17 fr OIC t Trainin Camp.
Promotions: ap-t Oct 2;/18
Organizations and ,
s. taff assignments: 0b '-ero Sq to~-;A.j. to dicch

starlons: riarutoul,Ii;rance.;ardon City L.'. .

-Eugagtements: lo rrainQ ;ehanpanyB-- t I:iiie1; o..uuu-.rmonne

Wounds received in action: None.
SServed overseas Sept 11/17 to P0, i" 19
1 Hlon. disc. z ru 1 i f'l for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported ( per cent disabled on date of discharge fn view of occupation.
Remarks: &T'(. *" fU
Remarks: A.. arueL .... i.'rnch "ruix Y.e Guerre -:ith* -"
SGive place and date, t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84e-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NG, ORO, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G. 0. any. t Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. I Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17,1921. to the United States. 11 Give date. a--s91









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Residence:. (Amy serial er) o(Race White or oored)
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SEnlisted in (Townorclty)(C n
.:f Born. t-oy a ics i la ICh 1/17
tBornia .iacilnxi ti, hio _Oct 15/-L
Organization: s' : tt /isbC
; ( .-.i. utu disch


SGrades: Sit .ch 1/17

'& ngagemnents: "


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
SSrved overseas: '
S$Hon. disch. i O/ i a ~ (
Wasreported u /17 to accept co i, ion
Remarks. per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Re vie occupation.

FOr~n~ o. 72I-2y A. G.,0. 4lnSert "B. A. 0,"P X .B.C." GN. A" Anow edp and
-arc12, 10. date of enistm-t birh s mat" o f'----
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(Surname) (Christian name) (Army seril number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence:- -...-..--...---.... .----...... .--.....-- p s ....... ....... --
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlisted in RA Columbus Bw3 Ohio Sept 2/16
tBornin Palmetto Fla 17_5/12 yrs
Organizations: Hq 126 Inf to May 27/19; 0o I 26 Inf to disch


Gradeo Pvt Icl Feb 1/18; Qprp Oct 20/18

Engagement:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServedoverseas: Juno 14/17 to Sept._/19
Hon.disch. Sept 3/20 Abolishment of RA Reserves
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-21% A.. 0. *Insert R. A.", "N. G." E. R. 0.", "N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enlistment.
4 Give dates of departure Irom and arrival in the United States. Give date and cause.







Remarks (continued): '



H.,'ESCA, PAL H rs f the
-PFrench FOUr2 gero authorized in the olors'of the
Croix de Garie ,as an individual decoration.

1. This statement of service is farnshed under the provisions of the act of Congress approved July 11, 1919.
2. This statement is furnished primarily forhor historical and t***l, -' --- ". --.. .. Antr.lA,,
Ut,,me in wh4 h $tha Rtntan 1 Soll ---- *














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I: Ara4, Ri'll.aAd ?B 1I1207, eorporaiHeadiqurt4sr CIapay, 17th Field

I French wolixo d Ouerre with alliw satr, under Order No.l1.350 "D",
dated Febuatary 8e191' Oeneral Headirt Fra e irrno)h AiaieA of the East, with the
followring oirftoain
;"'Ar October 2e.1819186 nuao Blane ltct, aetfing as liaison
a.geithe sintali t ,withthe. greatest indiffereaae to danger, the ocamnications
betawen the headquarters of the IegitaenVt4 thoe of tha battalima in spite of a
violent 'bombadr ont..
Residence at enlistment: 111 Fowler Street, Fort yers, Fla.









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Arn t Rolland H 181 207 White
S..... _.4_ ..._:_ ........_.. ,. ....... ............1..... ......... ...... _. ....
(Surname) (Christian name) a. (rmy rtal number) (Itace: White or colored)
Residence:._ ...11 .. 8 t ._.t .rL ..L.OR...a_
(btreet and house number) (Town or city) (County) (state)
*Enliatea in RA at Pt Soreve OOt0 11/17-
tBorn in SaIpaIr ich Age 20 10/12 yra
A .,

..Grades Corp Jan 17/18

*Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
Served overseas: Dec 14/17 to JUne 29/19
Hon. dlsch. July 1/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Semarks: Cited for Bravery, Awa4rdd French Croix do Guerre
Form No. 724-1%, A. G. O. *Insert "e A. ", N. 0.", E. It. C.", N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth. or age at enlistment.
s-rs :Give dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. 1Oive date.












Baltsell, George 'r colonel General 8taff, Aesitant Chief of Staft
S8 th A~an Corps.Ameorioan Epeditonar7 Fooes
;p French Ordre:de do Etoile.SNotre (offioor), by,Presidential Decree
of September 24- 119. (Addrerss Care of The Adjutant General of the Anry,
EnteredMilitarhngto CD 0. )
Entered MIlitary Acade~y froa Florida.













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BXook; Saael HM* 1851878, private, COoopty A#, LOtd Infantry, 26th
Srvisionl *
rWenot Crofi de Guerre with gilt stirf undw Order Bo, 122468 '"D'O
dAted Deoimber 11 1938, Geteral HeadquartWrs, VSPtnoh Armoisetf *E Bhat, with
..the forw~nlg ettaon '
"He suoceeded in carrying 6~ amesao soross terrible masohin.e
gun and artillry barra~ and showd exatordimary bravery on several otho

Resideone at ,enliatments 08 03B loland 8tret, Talpa, FlA.












.rks (continued):

Awarded renoh Croix doe uerre;
Awarded DSO.







surname ) (Christian name) (Army sepa number) a heed )
Re-idenc*-----6----------------------- -
(Street and house number) (Town or city)
*Enlisted in NG at Tampa Fla Jne 25/17 -
tBornin Vandale Ark 28 3/1~ yrs
Organizations: -
00 H 2 Intf Fla 1K (0o H 124 Inf) to lay 30/18
SGCamnp Wheeler Ga June Aut Repl Draft to July 13/18;
radles: 00 A 102 Inf to disQh -
Snga : Pvt 1cl Oct 12/17; Corp Apr 11/19 -
Engagements:


Wounds cr other injuries received in action: None.
:Servedoverseas: June 20/18 to Apr 8/19
IIon. diach. Apr 26/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: (over) -

Form No. a72-11/, A. 0. 0. TInsert" RT A." "N. O." "E. R. C. "N A", as case eay be, followed by place and
OMarch 12, 190. date of enlistment. t Give placeof birth and date of i a at e nt.
3-76S8 tGive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. lGivedate.








Borland, Iorta. H. 2666800, master engineer. 168th Oceipanyt Transdeptatio
Corps, Amerioan Expedltionary PFores, Bussiai
British Distinguished Conduot Modal, List No.44, dated September 16.
1919, British war Office. to
Details of the acts of gallantry performed:
"QO the 19th of aMy,1919, this master engineer was in charge of
a party repairing oraters on the line south of Maselekamy when they were seen by
the .eney and subjected to heavy fire in spite of which they otmpleted the work
whieh enabled an armoured train to proceed down the line and disperse the eneWy.
SBtinam at all times ahwn the greatest courage and bravery and been a splendid
example to those under him.
Residenoe at enlistments Butterfield Flate, Fort Iersr Fla.


1
j Bor land,_ r .n 6*White *Mrto~ro d
) i(Surname) tChristian Dame) (Army aerlal umbet)
7 Et Moer Y EarM i
II Residence: C--outy-- ---n) )
s S (Street and house number) ( own or city)
.7 inducted at 12----91
S Placeof birth: i-- O~Lrd 18.-- Age or date of birth: ...---
i Place of birth: '_^ __
Organizations served in, with dates of assignments and tratonsfers:
51 1eLT" T o % eb 28/19_-168 00

S Grades, with date of appointment: ----. -- ----- ---
i . .. .t. M a y ..1. 18 .- ---

Engagements: .....--------- a-- id
---------- ---- -- -
Wounds or other injuries received n action : None.
Served overseas from --L to .-P-. from t- to t- --
Honorably discharged on demobilization ------- 19-
In view of occupation he was, on dateof discharge, reported ----- -- per cent disabled.
Remarks: ------

Form No. 2-1, A. G 0. *Strike out words not applicable. tDates o departure from and arrival in the U. .


S. Borland MIorton H. 2 666 300 t i to
(Bur ) (Christian name) (Army serlat number) (tace: White or colored)
Residencc:s..-... .....--.....---------...- ...-- ...----.------- --t.--- or----........-.....-.... -------.IF .
S. treet and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
Inductad Pt Moyer, Fia. Ap r 17/10., ,-.
tlornin / Pinclard, Ala. 24 11/1,2'i.1i
Organizations:
51 Re-t T.C. to Feb 28/19; 168 Co T.C. to di sch.

grades: S t Lay 1/18

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServedoverseasJuneu 30/18 to Au., 19/19
ITnn.disch. Ag 27 /19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge; in view of occupation.
Remarks: Avwardled 3-i tish 0 ..y-"-
















SBotaaqut, Alfred P. 8824, privatr Seotlon N.63889, Ambunlaoo Service
S renah Coix ade Ouerre with silver star, under Order No.14.608 "D
dated arbh 18, 1919, General Headquartersi Frenoh Arndesb of the East, with the
following eitatingt -
S. riverr!r great courage and endirafne*. Re partoilpated in
the evanuateon of the dividenal wounded in Muhasgse. en the OrWoq, on the Alas
and in Planders fver routes and In localities often swept by the enemy. tire."
Residence at enlistmi st Frttland. Prk, Fla.












Bosan~uet, Alfred P. 8,324 White
(Hurname) (Christiun name) (Army serial lumber) (tace: White or colored)
Residence:..._....4it.and..Park P.._--------.._.._..._........... _....... fLIDA. _
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State) ;.
*Enlisted in E R C at Gainsville Fla June J/17
tBorn in Fruitland Park Fla Ag .20 2/12 yrs.
Organizations*
U A Arrdy Aib Serv Sec 535 to Mch 25/18; U S Army Amb
Serv Sec 539 to disch;
Grades:
Pvt Icl Aug 1/17
Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
: Served overseas: Jan 9/18 to Apr 2/19
Hon. disch. Apr 15/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: French Croix de Guerre-

Form No' 724-1%,, A. *Insert R. A."," N. G."," E. C." N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth ani date of birth, or age at lstmet.
s-7s88 GOlve dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. Give date.






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Drd-Beradln r tediii PF 264409, vag oner.j* 0sy a, B AamnaItoa Traint2
Dif 8tr noh crx do uerre with brie st4ir6 under Order No18.1X96 "D"*

dateR February 4,1919, general Headqutiters, Frenob Araiea f the Etst, with the
fo wnt eitat on OO tbor 2.1918. in cg ili driving a casason of the

advanced depot up to the batteriehe acapto.ishth his asslo.n nt a remrkable
mnner in spite of th b'batdiment; dip.lay4ig e6ithusiaai mand readtnese in the
pwrfomari e of his duty .
Residence at inltatment HighwAsly Fla



















(Surname) ame) (Ar ny serai numer) .(ltse: te or colored)
Reie c :.......8 4 .Y ......... _____M a ......- ------- ----------------------------n -- 1 L -
ttesi e G *
(Street and house number) (Town or ety) (County) (State)
SEnlisted in RA FT Soreven Ga uly /17
t orn in Hilliard Fla o22 8/12 yr
Organizations Co H 17 it to Oct..2/17
Co B 2 Am Tn to dish
grades: Pvt 101l (no date) wag May 18/18

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
$Served overseas.i Jln I18 to Aug 4/19
ITon. disch. Aug 15/19 on demobiliiation
Was reported k per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: Awvrded French Croix de Guerr
Form No. 724 -1 i A. G. O. *Insert R. .", "N. G."," E. R. C." "N A.", as case may be, followed by lace and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth or age at enlstment.
a--8s Give dates of departure from and arrival n the United States. iv date.
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Braashar, Roy, 67878,aergeait, company 2 88th Iniantry, 1st Divislon.
Franoh OroiLt do Ouarre with sllver stari, uidorerm No144735 "D1,
dated March 22,919,O Ge:neral HEadquat erbS Frenh Armtel ofthi Earsti with the
Sfollowin.g ttations : ; '
S. "An ntrreptA nonoaemasitonte offioer~, O Ootober 6821916 hie
pitoon aonsuigander hairng- beri woutidea4 b titantly led Ai unit to the
assault of bitterly defaiead: poeitionsa, drew the senar out with grenaade and
electrifiod h. nn h iis 'm y s ple~idtd conduo."






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Carleton# Russel,7944, private, Sectit N64d8/648, Ambulance Services
Frenoh Croix de uerro .with brnseo, tar, under Order No.13.106 "D",
dated January 26,1919, General Headquarters, FTrenh Armies of the East, with the
following citations
"A oouragoous and moat Lealous ambulance driver. On detached
duty with an infantry, regiment at Meebrooeourt froa October 29 to Novaber 4,1918,
he effected the service of evacuation with the greatest indifference to danger,
under the most violent oenewafire."
Residenoo at anlistae~mc Ltake City, Fla.









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(Surnamae (thrusuun name) (Army serial number) (tace:White or colored)
esidence:. ..... ....... --'----.-..--.-.- -
(Street and house number) ('owl or city) (County) (state)
*Enlistedin RO0 Gainesvillo Fla June 5/17
tBornin Oonoord NH 22 4/12 yrs
Organizations: Alb Serv Alentown Pa to Aug 30/17; Sn Service Unit
513 to Aug 20/18; Sn Sarvioo Unit 648 to dish

rades. Pvt lol Nov. 1/17

Engagement: -


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServedoverseasDeo 12/17 to Jan 31/19.
Hon. disch. Feb 11/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. i74-1%A. a.0. *Insert "R A ", .". 0C. ". .C." N A.,,ascae may bo, followed b plaeand
March 12, 1920. date f enlistment. to ive place of birth and date of irth, or ae aten tment.
SGlve dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. GIve date.









Clement, Joseph T.,E. major, 8f9th Infantry, 4th Division*
French Croix .d Guerre with silver star# tAner Order 9o6S39, dated
Doeember 2,1918,33rd Freanh DiviWaiot, with the followiri c itatioa
"Learning that his regiment was about to leave for the front,
he left the hospital searoeely recovered. On July 18,19180 at the time of the
counter offensive on the Oureq, he volunteered to carry an order to the units in
line and managed to fulfill his mission in spite of a violent artillery barrage
and very done maohingunm fire. Wasn badly wounded in the course of this action."
(Add4eas: Care of The Adjutant General of the Arm, Washington, D.C.7
Entered Military Servioe front Florida.















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coe, Clr' eoe stacleyi majo, 17th Engineerslnatra d contauci on)af,
Services of 8ulpplyAaerioaa 'xpeditlnary Forcese.
SFrech leAin d Honneui (chevallr) by Preesdential Loree of
Apr1 4S,1919.
S Residence at appointanntt 60 Almeria Street .St. Augustine, Fla;
















colledget Edward W. private* Seation No.60 Amzbulwnae e Service
Frenzh Crolrsda OuGerroe with silver star, under Order No.489, dated
Auguat 28,1918 2tb Prench Di'viion with tbe following Litations
'Be dlstbingishe himself in keeping up his service from August
17-26,1917, with the greatest coolness in Idifficult oiroumstanoes. OC the night
of August 19, in particular, under a violent bambardment by gas shells, he personally
opened up an obstructed route in order to reestablish the evacuation service which
had been temporarily interrupted."
Residence at enliataentz454 We Trval Street, ?aekaonville, Fla.

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SConoy; Walter E., lieutenant e colone .tria r Corps, Services of
Supply, American Expeditionary Forces*
French Ordre 4e 1'Etioil Notre (offSi.oer) IQrPeatLdential Deeoee
of September 24, 1919.,
Sesi. dence at appolntameat lip: West Stro~n streetre Peneacola, Flai













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'*: y^ Coneoy alto rtr Eam F Ol tl ite G
L'A (Surname) (Christian name)

115 j Stz. na. Pensadola
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)

*.Bornin n filmington N el 14/1Q72
t Appointed 1t Co01 "p IR 71^T7 *L Ft OglethOrpo Ga 't TrainingCamp.
Promotions:

Organizationsand .10 to dish
staff assignments: C tO diSOh
PIrincipal
stations: Branco

Engagements:

Wounds received in action: None.
8 Served overseas Dc 4/17 to July 5/19-
lion. disch. (date) ju 1 /i for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 10 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
R em arks : 8A (
liemarks:Percentage caned letter AGo V o 7
SGve 61a0Q0 Ait Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or departhen. T date
Form No. 84d-1 (d) source, civi life (CL), RA, NG, 011C, NA, and USA; and (e) designation o training camp
A. G. 0. attended, if any. $ Strike out it he did not attend a training camp. Give dates of departure
Mar. 17. 1921. from and arrival in the United States. 3-8an'.
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Cowrt, John T 128281, o. oporal, Beadquarters Ocapany, 12th Field
Artlllef, 2d Division.
Prenoh Oroia de Guerre with gilt andi alver stare.
Gilt star awarded under Order eo* 11.406 "D", dated November 9,
1918; General Headquarters, French Aimies of the North and Northeast, with the
61owi ng citation:
"IP displayed courage and coolness during the engagement of
June 120, 1918, in crossing a sone wept by the enoey fire in order to maintain
comnsunicatlons between his battery and the inithntry*"
Silver star. awarded under Order No, 111460 "D", dated November 10,
1918, General Headquarters, French Armies of the Worth and Northeast, with the
following oitati n
"During the night of June 11 1918, the offioer'he was
aooanpartyng having been wounded beside hia, and the squad being unable to lay
a wire through lack of information, he remianed alone under a violent bombardmett
to carry out the work, returning twice to get material Through his perseverance
he managed to establish a oamunication between the artillery and the infantry,"
Residence at enlistment: Tarpon Springs, Fla.







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Cowsert John. 128 251 MThite
(Burname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Reidence: ,- carbon S."prings FLORIDA.
S(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlisted in RA. at t S1ooum'1-'.Y fy 29/17
tBorn n Goodman ZMiss 22 10/12 yrs
Organizations Hq Co 12 FA to dish


Gradec: Corp Ich 9/18

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
t Served overseas: Jan 11/18 to Aug 6/19
I Hon. dish. Aug 15/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-1/, A. G. *Insert A" ". ", E. R. C. N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
Mach 12,1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enlistment.
--e GOive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. i Give date.










:' rry, -;'Mo*. 862S, first sergeant, section No.685, Iablance Servio.Q
.*- Prench, Croix de Guerre with silver star, under Order No.13.023 "D"
4atedA aii y 22 919, G general Headquarters, French ArPdSa of the East, with the
follwingcaitatiote
-oi"Ana energetic and sealous nonmambidtsnod officer, who va
*a yu o eapioa 'by his coolness when reoonnoitering under hostile fire.
Replaowin his aIbsent chief in oomand of his unit h exerted himself to the utmosi
tr prepat for the vacuation of the wo unded During the oabnat of August 8 s 9,
1180 though the maple of his untiring courage, he was Cne of the principal
ftetors In the *neo ese of the evacuation."
Residence it enlistmantt 411 Elisabeth Street, Key Wost, Fla.

SOPFICEIn-NA and USA
..... .. .... .. .. ............................................................................
iame) (Chris n name)
n es.de ... .. l..... i a rt .. W at... .... ......... I ..................
street and house number) (Twn or dty) (County) (State)
*Born in1 e Xl West Pla. Aug 12Y188. .-.
t Appointed 2 Lt Motor Oransp /18 USA t Training camp.
Promotions:
Organizationsand Motor Transport Centor 11 to totor '-rana Center
staffassignments: 19 to disch
Principal
stations: A..S

Engagements:

Wounds received In action: None.
I Served overseas Aug 24/17 to disch ..
lion. disch. (date) Jt u 9 /19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation.
Remarks: Enl sv ^ . Give place and (late. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. S4d-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NO, O1C, NA, and USA; and (e) designation of training camp
A. (.. 0. attended, it any. $ Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. f Cive dates of departure
Mar. 17, 1021. from and arrival in the United States. a--toe

rt'," a-_ C --- n "Q- ---S I-A
r
Street and house number) ('TdWnorclUy (County) (State)
*Enlisted in BA Sewanee 6/J
StBornin Key West P2 28 10/12 yrs
Organizations AD US Ary Amb Serw with French Army AEF to disoh


Grades Sgt July 1/17

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServed overseas: Aug. 23/17 to dilsh -
Hon.disch. Oct 31/18 to aooept o0a0=ession
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

orin N o,. 21-21/z A. 0. *1u1sert "P. A., "N. 0.",E.. C.", "' ..",ascase n. be. flowed by ,lC. a t;
Marct U12, zo. date of enliaticL! t lsve laofe irth nd .lto fi f.ol a ,e b a ; it r
tGIv l~ve oo ithr~ddiaCr e.


















Dbron, Patrick Joseph, first lieuteoant let Asranitioa Train, let DiviTi
Frenoh Croix de guei'rre with oilver star under Order No,14.943 "nD*
dated akroh 25,1919, General: eadquarteras Frenoh Armies of the East, with the
following citatiomn
"An offleer full of courage and coolness Charged with effeeot
a replenisueh nt of the eammiition he aooomplished his wasiGen under a most violer
bon =rtdo, conducting his convoy through dangerous ones considered impasable.
is mission terndnated, he personally assisted in reestablishing an aintnition
"depot that had been A~bfiee."
Residence at appointments Key West, Flae












(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence:. l1, ,Stmi Lan:O K.O X 1:;.;lt 1L.,
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlisted in t .s la 3o-p 10/18
t Born i roi :0.st lVla; so. 18 1/1~ yrs
Organizations:
1 CoOL O c Kcey Vlst Bks IJ'la to Oct 21/13; 23 Btry
AA Camp Iaustis Va to Oct /./1:; Btry A 3G Arty C.-O
Grades: to disch.-
Pvt
Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServed overseas: Io0
SHon. disch. Doc 16/10on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-1, A. G. 0. *Insert R. A.", "N. 0.", "E.R.C.", N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth. or age at enlistment.
3-76s Give dates of departure from and arrival in the United Staies. lGive date.












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Bates, yrmck B., lieutenant colonel, Any Serrloe Oorpe, director,
Army BServie Coarp, BervToea of Supply, Amerae oa xpeditlanaay Porees.
French Legion d'Honnmer (ohevaller), by Presidential Dooree of Jhly
3, 119, 19 inOr he flowing citations
"An Ameri an officer whose merit wa most espeoally marked in
his relations with the rrench authorities
Italian Order of the Crwn officerr), tb Royal Deoree of iJun 17, 193
Reatdmnoe at appointments 728 Bixth Avenue, South, St. Peternbarg,
nortida











OFFPICER-ORC
...... .... ............. ..... ..... ........................................................ M ite \
S (Surname) (Christian name)
Res ence.........728 6th. Ave 2.........__...... St Petersburg PL.... II
(Street and house nmmber) (T~own or city) (County) (Stat'e)
SMatoon 111 Aug 7/77- /
t Called into active service as Capt n Ug 8a 16/17 Ft McPherson Ga t Training Camp.
Promotions: Maj Oct 9/18; Lt Co Feb 15/19
Orgnnizationsand k % /
staff assignments: :/l'-t Sr
principal
stations: Atlanta Ga; France; -England; Op Dix TJ

Engagements:

Wounds received In action: None.
SServed overseas July 29/17 to Ot 28/19 .
0 Hon. disch. OCt 30/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation.
remarks: oPaO Fr L of H and Italian Order of the r
Give Plae and date. t Insert (%) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84e-1 (d) source, civil life (CL). RA, NO, GIt, NA; and (e) designation of trang camp attended,
A. C7. 0. any. t Strike out if he did not attend a training cinp. I (Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17, 1021. to the United BStates. 1I Give date. anr
















Woah)t, d'Alary, major, 234 Infantry, 2d Dintteton
7renoh Legon d' Hominur (obevaler), b1tT eOsidenttal Deoree of
Doeasbr: 1I 138, and Frenoh Oroix d Guerre with p4am, with the folloewng
oitatiom
"On July 18, 1918, ho conducted his battalion with great
bravwry and attacked the enet's*l lines in three posittons. Though wounded,
bhe twmined at his post of oambat with his battalion and led the attack with
suoh lapetuasity that he rendered poasib1e the Capture of more able bodied
priaonrrs than he bad men under hie orders."
Panamanian Medal of La Solidaridad, by Presidentisl Award of
August 30, 1919. (Address: Oare of The Adjutant General of the ArWy, Washingtc
"D. O.)
Entered Military AoadeWr fra Ufted States at Uarge* Residence at
appointment Re F. D. Noo 3, Jaoksonwrlle, Fla.

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.Fewi, Lated Hrorao., 160868.X pharaoiat's asat. third elausa, Ut4tsd
State s wa attached to 6th Machine Qon attalti0 Itted BtatAe marine Corps.
26 h~idsiotw unit Corps,
Freonh Croix de Guerre with palai, unde Order Or enr112721 "ri?* dated
Nov.aber 1981918, General Headquarters, Frenoh Ara4es of the North and Northeasi
with the foloing oottations
SOtobae ar f4 .1918 *e 8w StieBae*4Arnes, he voluntarily loef
his shelter In the front li, en ; aot ,l frant ~daer a violent ent~ baubardam
of Tarllery ad nm machine gane and applied first aid to a wounded n and broug)
hir besk to the rear."
S 1Reidmnce at eonlidmamas 114 North Poinstta Btreet,K North Palm
Bea*, Florida.








Name JNLI 0 LLOYD HORACE Service Number 15C-36-81
En^ at RECRUITING 3TAiliN ATLANTA GA.
Enl)d Date 5-22-17
Age at Entrance 21 YRS 4 MiOS. Rate HOSPITAL APPRENTICE 2 CLSS U
HomeAddress 114 NORTH POINSETTA ST. Town WEST PALM BEACH
County State FLA.
F Served at From To Served as No.

HOME AWAITING ORDERS 5-22-17 5-28-17 HOSPITAL
SEAMANS QUARTERS- APPRENTICE
NAVY YARD- WASHINGTON
SD.C. 5-28-17 6-25-17 2 CLASS 87
NAV-AL HOSPITAL-
ANNAPOLIS MD. 6-23-17 9-1-17 HOSPITAL APPARENT CE
1ST MACHINE GUN BATTALION 1 CLASS 563
USS MARINES 9-1-17 11-11-18 PHARMACISTS MATE
Remarks 3 CLASS B
*e .


Date Discharge 10-9"19 CHARLESTON S.C. PHARMACISTS k,
Place XrlgOty RECE i VTING SHIP p Ratin; at DlS-harge 2 CL ASS
Libn Bur. 26-1533 A I






















following citations
"An officer of substanti moral roral and intellectual qualities.. Being
ei~ged to leave the 90th Balloon CompatW on Februway 27,1918, he asked to make
a last ascenelon on the 28th. He displayed coolness and courage in aunjing with
a parachute without hesitation when givt the order by his Frenoh carade in obat
Residence at appointmeats Bartfwr Fla*
.*- ~n f lo of*u~tafc~lBWrO n neloul















Fr6Yeriw stW Edward L.,1982869 sergeants, Cacpany C, 1st Field Signal
Battalion 24 t vivionoi
lrench Croit de Guerre with siwar star' under Order No.13.661 "T',
dated February 14,1919, General Headquarters French Armies of the East, with
the following oitations
"After having established emaiamneatio between the poets of .
comoand of the regiment and the battalica, he voluntarily went up to the front
line and aestated in repulsing aom eney county r attacks at a critical moment.'
Residence at enlistaaents Pal2etto, Fla.











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Freyermuth Edward L 198,288 White
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(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence: ......- --........-..... P mafJt. .--...................-.... RIDA J.. ,
(Street and house number) (Town'or city) (County) (-.ate)
*Enlisted in A at Ft iPcherson, GA., May 24, 1917.
tBomin. Ocala, Florida Age 22 4/18 yrs.
Organizations: Dep Co 1, Big C. to June 26/17 ; C CC 1 F Big Bn to Feb
12/19; Co B 1 F Big Bn to July 13/19; Co B 322 F Sig Bn
to Aug 4/19; Hoboken CaB Co. 1011 to disch.
Grades: .-Pvt l/o -Oct 24/17; Corp Dec 17/17t; gt Oct 16/18

Engagements: 'Troyon Set01o; Toulon-.rybOnSectorB$ Aisne Defensive;.
Chateau-Thierry Sotory aSnearne iffenDetfen Osrbashe
Scotore 8 Xibdel 0f6etsVAe; H-mse-argon e 0fjevfe he;
f -Nuue-se-Arg g,, e'
Wounds or other injunea rec nve e aDg n n) offensive .
tServed overseas:D0O 24/17 Aug 3/19
Hon. disch. AUge 14/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: Awarded i'r.C.de G.with-silver star.
Form No. 724-1%, A. G.0. *Insert It. A.", "N. G.", R. C.", "N. A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enlistment.
a-7ess fOGive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. i Give date.














Goepert,. HBran A.,l10o 86, oarporal,0CoIapy 0, mth Xashlxe Omw Battallo
id Diviason*
Freieh Croix do OQurre with gilt sta, nwdor Order 3b.12.53t "D*,
datod Deoember 28,1918, Oeneral HeadquartrsW, reonoh Araes of the East, Vith th
following stations"
e"oonC olobotbe 4,1918 near, the Medeah Fam, he disting.ulah
hiserlf by his coolness and courage under a violent bcmbarcdmena Althoul~ wounded
he lcntimsnd to enoo4uag his men, setting an example and inspirtng then for the
re=aiader of the engagement'I
Residenee at enlistaents Pals City, P#












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Orea on, Alfred V., 0332, private, :'eotion No.568, Ambulanoe Service.
Frenbh Croix do Gaerre with bronie star, under Order No.11.648 "D1,
dated Sovember 17, 1918, General Headquarters, French Armies of the North and
Northeast, with the following oitations.
". e always volunteered for the .most dangerous pots Notably on
Jine M2, 29 and 80, 1918, he effeoted the evacuation of the wounded night and
day under very difficult ciroamt tanoee, and over a road vhlch had to be re-
paired uader fire to enable the ambhlande to peass.0
Reside10 e at enlistment; g Paletto, Fl2a.






















G reason Alfred Monroe 32 hite
Resi----nce:--------------------- --------------------- I -.--
(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Resil.nce:................... -....... EalmAt.t............LA .............ELORID1A ___......
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlistedin ERt at Gainesville -Fla June 7/17
1Born in Kansas City Mo 21 1/12 yrs
Organizations:
Army Amb Serv Seo 535 to disch


Grades:
Pvt lol Augl/17
Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
Served overseas: Jan 9/18 to May 19/19
Hon. disch. May 26/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Foru No. 124-11/, A. G. *Insert "R. A.", "N. 0.", "E. R.C.", "N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enlistment.
--7SS $Give dates of departure from and arrival In the United States. 5 Give date.









Bay, wTwlima Henry, majtr general, 28th Division.
French Legion d'Bonnour (offioter)i by Presidential Decree of May 5,
1919, and French Croix de Guerre with paim, under Order No* 16.797 "D", dated
April 25, 1919, General Headquarters, Farnoh Amies of the East, with the
following oitationt
"As omander of a brigade and later of a division, he habays
displayed gra t qualities of leadership."
Preneh Ordre de 1'Etotle Noire (oomandour), by Presidential Decree
of September 24, 1919. (Addreses Care of The Adjutant General of the Army,
Washington, D, 0o)
Entered Military AcadeWy from Florida.







Remarks (continued); a COIMnding Brownaville Distriot Ft Sam Houston, Tex 1
to dish fr Emerg Com.

** Mich; Ft Sam Houston, Tex.






OFIiCER--A
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...... .............................. .................... I te ............................................\
(Surname) (Uh it.in name)
nesidence............ ...:............rfton, Jeffer.son.. .. .. II ,.
(Street and house number) (Town ciy) (County) (tat
t Bor in Monticello, Plorida.... July 16/1860
t Appointed Col Cav (see remarks.l fr BA
I Attended None. I Training Cnmp.
S 'romotions: Brig Gen NA Nov 5/17.; Ma Gen USA Oct 13/18.
SOrgnlizatilons and...
staff assignments: 15 04v to Oot 2617 ...184 Inf Brig to Oct 25/18; 28..Div
rrincipna to July 15/19; Command of Op Custer, Mich to Nov 8/19;*
stations: P1; Cp Fremont, Calif; Op Upton, NY; AEP .Cp Ouster.,**
Engagements: Off- Meuse-Argonne. -Def Seo- St Die; Marbache;
Thiaucourt.
Wounds received In action: None.
I Served overseas June 10/18 to July 13/19. (Col B.
IKalsa merg Com as Maj Q.en USA only Woh 15/20; reverted, to
Was reported X per cent disabled on date of separation from service, in view of occupation.
remarks: Aptd 2 Lt BA July 1/86 fr US&MA serving as Col RA on
Apr 6/17. (over)
Form No. Si-- For graduates U. S. M. A., give residence at date of appointment thereto; for officers appointed
A. G. 0. from the Army, residence at date of enlistment; for all other officers, residence at date of appoint-
Mar. 17. 1925 Iment to the Army. t Insert place and date. For data concerning appointment, promotions, -d
organization and staff assignments, see Army Register. I Strike out If he did not attend a train.
wvx -P a rm ing camp. II Give date of departure from and return to the United States. Give date.










ows k Ailen1 8335, private' Section No.5356 Anbuliance Bervices
Fr ,eng~ Croix de Guerrei with Wbonze :etar, under Order Noel2.11? "D",
dated Dooetber 6,1918, General Headquarterir French Armiie of the East, with the
falling i tatinst
"A braves and energetic driver *ho ablway: volusteeed to go as cloas
as possible to the front lines in order to remove.the wounded in spite of the
Svioleneo of the blgbabCraeet. He particularly deitinguished himself on July 18,
19 & 20,1918.:
Residt e at enliatment: Cedar. A'mrues Palmetto, Fla,






















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I Lz. --,i Julien Duke. 8333 hite
(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence:. Cedar Ave Palmetto FT.flTflA *
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlistedin ERC at Gainesville Fla : June 7/17 -
tBornin P4lmetto Fla 8 18 l/12yrs
Organizations: Sec 535 US Amer Amb Servy inchester England to Mch S./18;
Co F 163 Inf to S ; Sec 535 US Amb Serv to disch

Grades: P'Vt ic1 Aug 1/17

Engagementas


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
+Served overseas: Jan 9/18 to May 19/19.
I Hon.disch. May 26/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: Ct e,6, ,_ C

Form No. 724-1/2, A. O. *Insert" R. A.", 'N. 0.", E. R. C."," N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and dateof birth, or age at enlistment.
i -78s Give dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. Give date.






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Enters &arion L.b 1351702, private Comp'tny M, 238 Infantry,24 Diviraio.
Prench Oroix do Guerre with silver staur under Order Noi1i5040 "D",
dated January 2241919, General Headqartters, Prenoh Arlies of the East, with the
following Aitation't
"During the offenrsiwv operations trea October 3-9,1918, near
St Etennea-a~rnes he exposed himself to a terrible machine-gun and artillery
fire while exeuting a reconnais diP.lngxtrFordina bravery."
Residence at enlistmts















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Kennedy. Stephen tUalloy R., captao p, eadonsel Carp, wtntd StateBs ,
attached to British pepadit y rFe aorOcess h
,'britiLfi aIUtiar y Orosae UO^^t#a&^^^ sl8?^81-11"18


Residence at appoint nt. 232 Narth BDareloma Strel., Penaaolao, la.






















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S ................... : Xe ------ -,n.. ssell .. -Mallory .... white .


4 R evidence *'** I A.... .. ...
S es dence........................ ............. ...................... .... ... ... ............................. ...... ..
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Born n New Orleans La Nov 24 1878
t Called into active service as Capt Mup Mg.. 28/17 fr QC t Training Camp.
Promotions: .
Organizations and
staffnssignments: Op Suggeons' Office to disch

Starlcipa VWashington DC; Cp Joseph E Johnston Fla;
New York 1 Y; ATEF
Engagements: Caabra

Wounds received in action: None.
8 Served overseas June 16/17 to Apr _/18
I Hnon. disch. JJal 21/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 80 per cent disabled on date of discharge fn view of occupation.
Remarks: Awarded British Military Cross .
ive place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84e-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NG, ORC, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G. 0. any. $ Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. Giive dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17, 1921. to the United States. Il Give date. a-so09









It5m'BB, WieafriO. J'aisajoi. general*' forzaCr3^, ocwmi< ndii eaflibr~a *"*
Service of atppp3 American Expeditionary Force. with Awrmsro Co~mision
to wgotiata Peaoce.
'reneh legoP dPoneenur (oematide)Y, by Preid ial1ooe of
April 4, 1919. (AddreesB dare of ?-he Adjutan. General of the Ar3gBy
Washingtan P* G )
Entered Wtlitary Aeadei .froa Florda.
























Kerndn Francis J White OFFICER-RA

*S r ae .....*.R.................................................... __..................... .......... .... .. ....-.............................. ...... ..............
ksum b9 Fast Ashley sristian v Ie FLORIDA
Residence... .
(Street and house number) (Townor city) t (County) (State)
See Army Register
t Born In
t Appointed Source RA
SAttended a ,ln4 p
SPromotions:

ganizatlons and
ff assignments:

actionn Camp Wheeler.Ga; France; Washington J3C; El Paso Tex


Engagements:

Wounds received In action: Nope.
SServedoverseas Sept 25/17 to Apr 28/1.9
Remarks.: 'Awarded DSM Awarded Er-- T. n rf TT.
*For graduates U. S. M. A., give residence at date of appointment thereto; foi officers appointed
flornS No. 84a-- from the Army, residence at date of enlistment; for all other officers, residence at date of appoint-
A. G. O. ment to Army. t Insert place and date. -t For data concerning appointment, promotion, and
organizations and staff assignments, see Army Register. Strike out if he did not attend a training
Mar. 17, 1921. camp. If Give dates of departure from and return to the United States. 3--so8










King, Roswell, firat lieutenant, 104th Infantry, 26th Division.
rench Croix de Guerre with gilt star, under General Order "No.t786A,
dated April 28,1918,324 French ArnV Corpis with the following, citationt
S"Remarkable courage and untiring devotion in comand of the supply
groups during the combat of April 12-13,1918, under violent bombar&dnnt."
Residence at appointaentt 1910 St. Johns Avenue, Jacksonville, Fla.

























S ............... : ............. a ng ...... 'wall...... ... ... ................ hit .......... .......... ...........
(Surname) (Christian name)
S Residence......... 19 .. t. J.0o .s...A -................a o ll.......... PLORIU ;
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) Stte)
norn in Jacksonville Fla Apr 7/1890
tCalled into active services 1 Lt lnf Aug 15/17 fr CL; Ft MoPher-t Training Camp.
Promotions: CaptgNov 18/18 .... son Ga
SOranizations and
S starrssignments: Hq Co 311 Center 2C -to --; 304 TO to dish -"
'Princlpal
stations: New York INY; Cp Mills NY; AEF

Engagements:t Mihiel; Ueuse Argoru; 9 4

Wounds received in action: None.
ServedoverseasSept 7/17 tO.MOh 17/19--
SHon.disch. p 1/19 for convenence of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge in view of occupation.
Remarks: A.......
emar Awarded Fr. daA
SGive place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84e-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, Nq, RC, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G. O. any. t Strike out if he did not attend a training.camp. ( Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17, 1921. to the United States. I1 Give date. t -8091








Kirkland. Arohi Beauregard, 1028osi6 phirania atlrtsB first eoas -
vnited StateLt Bavy attached to Oth IMahine :un Battalion, %Unites States Marine
"'rp .. ':prno* d cerrt e wietfh blave andltwo br*6 @ stars+ '
Si ey. t1ar awarded uder Order lo.18i501 "D" date Fbr~ay 15,
191. General H~Rdqupatera, French Armaie of the East, :thh the follow gA1 station
FIv91 vndatoei -^ 2-l0;1918,neat* Blano iaonthe displaed courage and seal
in svaeuating the wounded Uinder difficult eiroiMatainoeo *w
Bronze star awarded under Order No11:997 "D"' daed Novowb*r 28,1918,
General Headquart er r eaneh Armies of the Eiast with the following attationt
"He voluntarily left his shelter under a violent banbardnmnt to
go to the aid of 10 wounded men n exposed graoun."
Additional broase star awarded under Order No.15,166 "D", dated
March 29,1919# General Headquarters, French Arvale of the East, with the
following eitatioen
"Q% July 19,1918# near VierWs, he displayed gieat bravery in
remaaling at his post under the violent etney artillery fire, soaring for the
wounded and assistlng in their evatcation."
Residence at enliatments Perry, Fla*





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,1 ; i .
Name KIRKLAND- ARCHIE BEAUREGARD service Number 102-78-06
Enlisted
E .t A : RECRUITING STATION-ATLANTA GA. Date 5-21-17
SAge at Entance 23 YRS, 7 MOS. Rate HOSPITAL APPRENTICE 2 CLASS U.S.N.
Home Address '. Town PERRY
::, .L County State FLA.
Served at From To Served as. No. Days

'HOME AWAITING ORDERS 5-21-17 5-28-17
S SEAMAN QUARTERS NAVY HOSPITAL APPREh
YARD WASHINGTON D.C. 5-28-17 6-23-17 TWICE 2 CLASS 88
NAVAL HOSPITAL ANNAPOLIS HOSPITAL APPREN
MD 6-23-17 "9-1-17 TICE 1-CL-ASS 363
iST.M CHINE GUN BATTA- PHARMACISTS MATE
SLION US MARINE CORP 9-1-17 0-28-18 3 CLASS 88
"R;emarks: VER

I a
''

Datq Discharge: 11-5-19 NAVAL HOSPITAL. -.
Place )6~ieMty MARE ISLAND CALi Rating a sr ISTS ATE 2
Libry B uref u 26-1533 -












IVabry tDale, optain, Air Servieo, tnit*d states Army.
Italian Order of the OCran knightt) (Addresat Care of the
Adjurtant General of the Aray, Washington~ D. C)
Residence at appointmentt 207 Cardy Street, Tampa, Fla,


























OFFICEIR--OR
M abry, Dale .......... ...........
.1 ......... .i........ .... ......................................................... ...................
(Sur.me) ................... (Christian name)

_eC 207 Cardy St. !amlpa FLORIDA
Sne 207 Oardy St. ami.a ...........".............................
Eesidence........ -.---- -------------- o cit ............... (County) (State)
(Street and house number) (Townorcity. (Cou."ty) (State)
orn Tallahassee, Pla E. h 22,1891
t Calld into active service a ArmyJ Raegiter. /Ct t Training Camp.
in PFt Oglethorpe, Ga. ....
Promotions :
Orgnizatlons and -
staf assignments: ,

stairs 'a Garden City, NY rano-e.

Engagements:

Wounds received in action: None.
S Served overseas De 'l15/17 to July 5/19
4 -4eer4la for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: in er' ...
S Give lace and date. Insert (a) grade (b) arm or staff corps or department; (e) date;
Form No. 84e--1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NG, OC, NA; and le) designation of training camp attended, if
A. or 0. any. Strike olt i he did not attend a training camp. Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17,1921. to the United States. 1I Give date. -l













laokuy, George Ls (deoeaead) 18842B, hunter engi.eerw sni grrad
Headquarters Copanyll.th Ingitleerea42a D1vTia,iattached tao 69t Divisiuon,
French Anr. ':. ..
French orbiaz do 'eirr with stii Stai'ar uindert eaera1 Order oi so
268, dated April 23,1918,69th French Divitesb, with the fol1Ot1ing Aitatien:
"P ytinUstarly' took par" in the raid or April 17,1918, After
having di splayed supeib IooieBsev and seal4 hfie vi6 *eralywonded dri*'
the reftr.-o o our troop. to -or trenches, (eax to kin ,Mr.eoarge Mokay,
athyr, Oaala, Flai)





















fath('W .aSlireet andhou o., rumb' .. *ri ) ). ,. n(Cqua I Y ,: (St te) .
lis : '. d 6N. G. ."7- . -A"ahinAo. 'k ,!a
I ca r, irth:. .i.._"o 1 Aee or dap o_ f h _l F. ,,
SL A '







l", 1" t .
Si SArniy Awiii dato io appointment:
SEnkL td '- N, A.:. E i









r n, aoverseans frved wit d eod transfrom .- t.-o.- L ^.-- -. t- ,

....... C. of wo.0indi ece!ed in action ,
ther wounds or Jnjlr e T -vet in action: ...- ...... L.. .. -._.. ._ ._
rson no. of death est
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F orm 4o. T2.1-7. A. G. O. .$trikeo'a words otlppfcable. tDatesofdepaiqr er "ad'rvl ; intheU. t-, '
.Nov. 22.,1919.. ad in actionJ .*
*ir;on noi leof death:o
,* /zn (No. 1 ae e en l prruraleroul) [. (Ci y, (.own. or potrtofl ce) *i (Sfale or aimttr^
Form 0. ,'..-1-7..A. 0. .. tD. Se. ......' o <
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SU Jo HI econd U4e6t^enantt Vinanoo Department with American
Polivh Rellef lipeition.
Polish ommmelh atie Crose. (Addressl aare of The Adjutant General
of the ArzmV, Washington, D. 0.)
aRetsde at appointment SO 2 Eas .Ross.Atvenue; Tampa, Fla.






OPI, I CEU-NA and USA
S .... ....... .. ...... ................................... .... ... .... .......
( inme) (l' itian name)
SResien .. .. i.. L ....2 .5...a .. .Q Aa...V.o. Tam ........................................ ...........L ...........
S(Stree house number) own or city) (County) (Statc)
*Bornin 'Oee Amily Regis er....
SAppointed m. S.Olirce W.RA frrtW tinr p-
5,
Promotions:
4 Organizations and n
S aff assignments:

S "all"ns: amp Shelby Miss; ..Camp Joseph I Johnston Fla; FraTnce;
S" Germany
i gemients:

Wounds received in action: None.
I Served overseas July 31/18 to
ioan. dalsh. (dat) E In o yrvice for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: 'nl SoV..rv
SGive place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84d-1 (d) source, civil life (QL), RA, NO, OltC, NA, and USA; and (e) designation of training camp
A. G. 0. attended, if any. $ Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. I Give dates of departure
Mar. 17, 1921. from and arrival in the United States. 3-sooe


2' +McFall, John 1,552,853 white
S(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White orcolored) .
/' Residence 205 E Ross St Taa
(Street end house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)

4Enlistedin Bro Jacksonville -Fla Aug 30/17;
tBornin Tamnpa,"Pla 7 2, 12 yrs
Organizations: A Dp 13 to dih


adea:
SCOorp Clerk Aug 30 17; QM SZt Iov 1/17;
Sngagements:


Wonds or other injuries received in action: None ..
I Served overseas: None
S Hon.disch. June 11/18 To Accept conmnisslon
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: 0
Rm Assigned to active duty Sept 26/L7 For Comm serve see cd
S For No. 724-2' A.G0.. '*Insert R. A.", "N. G.", E.R.C, ",N. A.",ascase na be, followed by place and
March 12, 120. late of enlstment, ive pace of birth and date of rth or ae at enlstment.
.. SGive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. Give date and cause.








SMehenhali Herbert Drumiondi, aptain; Corps of Engineers, Base Seotion
Ho. 2, Servieooe of Supply, Amerian Expeditionary Forces.
Fren 'Ordre de 1tboile Nolre (ohovaler), by Presidential Decree
of Sptiembor 24, 1919.
Residence at appointment: Lakeland, plao.




























.OFFICER-ORC \
... .......... .. ..... n... .......... e.r.hae t...I nm & ......................... I E ........................
(Surname) (Christian name)
Residence.................: ............ ............ ................ la land, ....i ...... ............. I ...................
(Street and house number) (Town or city). (County) (State)
*Born n Florida, Feb 7/188_-
t Called into active service as CaPt "n'rrs June 21/17 Fr OO t '$ / //mp.
Promotions: ITone
Organizations and
staff assignments: Enges to di sch
Principal
stations: Washington, D.O.; Franoe

Engagements: TOne .

Wounds received in action: None.
s Served overseas July 23/17 to July 2-1/19
I Hlon. disch. Aug 13/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Sas reported -0- per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation.
RIemarks:
R- ek. dAwarded Order dP l'* n e I ~ae of OhrValior
*Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84c-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NG, ORC, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G.O. any. te Strike out i he did not attend a training camp. Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17, 1921. to the United States. 1[ Give date. -801










*? i
jp as OrIhr o the Pieing' Se (f th oltiisL) hae 8 CUar
; 1 unejunAtaut otbweral4 bft the Aruyr, WalihtStol ) )












* remarks (continued): Organ Cont- 14 Inf to disch fr Emerg Com.

Deooration- Japanese Decoration of the Rising Sun
(4th Class).









.................... .... MiLll ar ..m.. 1ar.:.A&e.e~. .. -Wiito"
(Surname) (tJChristian name) i
nesidence............. _..X ............................... e C ty Columbia, Z ID .
(Street and house number) *- (Town or cty) (.Coun.ty) (Start) ....
t Dorn It Ocala, Fhla l2Oh 25/1821
SAppointed Capt Inf (see remarks) fr RA.
I Attended None Trinln 'amp..
SP'romotions:na aj(Temp)RA Jan 11/18; Lt Col USA Apr 12/19.
Orxanizatjons and
stff assignments: 27 Iaf to Oct 4/19; .Unassg'd &'enroute to US to Nov..1/
Brn.i.a 19; Hq W Dept San Francisco, Calif to Nov 6/19; (bver)"
stations: PI; Siberia; op Grant, Ill; Op Custer, Mich.
Engagements: Df Seo- Siberia. i

Wounds received in notion : None.
I Served overseas Arrived in Siberia ug 14/18 rie i
WASr-i rre1'lt at RA.
emarks: Aptd 2 Lt BA frUSMA.June 13/05; serving as Capt RA-on
Porm No. 84- For graduates U. M. A.. give residence at date of appointment there
A. G.. from the Army, residence at date of enlistment for efothercers appointed
Mar. 12 meant to the Army. t Insert Place and date. $For data concerning appointment promotions, apnd
organizations and staff assignents, see Army Register. Strike ut if he did not attend a train-
Gvnwmnm or." ing camp. 0 Give date of departure from and return to the United States Give date.









Kitchen, Al.e1xaae 983prVte first plrs. cti. etln No.l/
Amibulance Servi2ee.
Prench Croif do Guerre with silver star, =ider Order No.12823 "11



r epairin thAoa nd r th = NWh1 e
follOWh oitatiomS)
Iing "le displayed the greatest seal in ctfeeting the evacuation of the
Sthe ended during a period f bt, repairing the read der the en
bobardhent in order to psh the e9M-lar. sl-3ys further forward. Due to his
initiative and to his indifference to danger, he saved the lives of nnur.peol
wounded by facilitating their early treatment."
Residence at enlestments 221 West Churth Street& Jaeksonville.Fla.

















(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (liace: Whlte or colored)
Residence: __.. -21-Z..ghur-a fll-t. Jajkan a __ Q
( d h e n r -
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County). (~ate)
Enlistedin NA Paris Franc Se p / 26/17
tBorMin Jacksonville Fla_, 18 9/12 vrs _
Organizations: & Sec 631 Amb Serv to disch


Grades: Pt Icl Dec 4/17
Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None. -
SServed overseas: Sept 2 6/17 to Mch 2-7/19
ITon. disch. pr 4/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on .date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: / :
Form No. 724-1%, A. 0.0. *Insert "R. A.", "N. G.", "E. C."," N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth. or age at enlistment.
I 3-7 t Give dates of departure from and arrival In the United States. l Give date.










e Divi sion. e, .
Pr.noh 'Croix a4 Guirre with brante star, under Order Noll..98
'"8, dated November 28%19186 General Headquarters, Frenah Adde s of the East,
with thie *o1ewin ol i oaIat ns :*
th trhateOau Thiorry an 'July 1,1918 although gassed and sholced
heire.aied at bhi pot id er a violent bombardien i. n order to have the wounded
eared for, the tw murgeonas .d the two attendants having been killed or
wounded. .
Residence at enlistmentst St Petersburg, Pla.




















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% o'.unded in''p dpbe a19d date I sox
oSereeae .f-b i;Pl/ iJ b..Aee from rdf.teoo:,....
1 ionor'iably dtischrged itl i daeh i ,iw:.f. 7 -en1i_ atmen _. 1 19

orIn occupdfonhe a on dateini bsch e, r p a d
e- *-sf raierrsw 2 Lt Z L. rdw .L r. ; .
.o.. Rl -No. 1-. A ;. .or. S...... ...' ; ..', ._









Nobles, cOris, 131322,, orporal, Headqutates .Cupea.r, 17th' ield Artillery,
26 Division.
e noa Oroix do Guerre with Broane atar' under Order No.lS3090 "D",
dated January 24,1919, General Headquarters, French Areie of the East, with the
following oitatioat:
"'h the course of the operations on the crest of Blane Mont from
tobeer 2.1241918, while acting as liaison agent between battalion and regimental
headquarters, he carried orders under violent bmbardadents at the peril of his
life. Due largely to his courage and his abnegation the liaisons were maintained
when the telephone lines were out and rendered useless."
Residence at enlistment: Titusville, Fla.


















1
o......b..... les_ Orris 13 ............ te
(Burname) (Christian name) (Army sarlal number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence: -. --.. ---..--..--........... -- -. i tasV.lY.l.q .......:................... .L.~Il ._
(Street and house number) (Town or city) kCounty) (State)
*Enlisted in RA it ucreven Ga Oct 3/17 -
tBorn in Morriston Fla 25 12 yrs -
Organizations: _
Hq Co 17 FA to disch

Grades: Corp Jan 17/18; Sgt-July 21/19

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
:Served overseas: Dec 14/17 to Aug q/19
i Hon. disch. Aug 15/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: /T I A-.

1'orm No. 724-1%,A.G. O. *Insert" R. A.", "N. 0.", E. R. C.", N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment, t Give place of birth and date of birth. or age at enlstment.
3-7088 tGive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. iOlve date.









! O 00Reilly, James P., first lieutenant, Company A, slet nahine aun Battalioun
*1st Divi sion,
French Croix de Guerre with silver star, under Order No. 14.735 "D",
dated Maroh 22, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the
following citation:
fl"An officer endowed with fine soldierly qualities. Under difficult
conditions he repulsed an eneyr counter attack, personally manipulating a machine
gun whose crew had just been disabled." (Address: 218 Eleventh Street, Misaz,
Fla.) C
Entered Mllitary Service from Florida.





















OFIFICER-OnR
.m.t....... O................... 'R e.ill Ty......Ja ..o Patrick -- \.
(Surname) (Christian name)
residence .................. ..... .1 ll ....1 t.. iatri Fl r
(Street and house number) (Town or city) '(County) (State)
*Born I Reading, Pa. Lay 22/94
t Called Into active service as 2 Lt. Inf.Aug. .15/17- Fr CL Training Camp.
Promotions: Prov. 241t. ; 1 Lt. Dec.27/18. Pt.1liagara, NY...
Organizations and 4 Inf. to Oct. 15/17; 18 Inf. to May 2/19;
staff assignments:
Cas. Co. #650 to disch.
stations: Gettysburg, Pa; AEF'; Up. Merritt, -;J.

engagement: Somae Def; Lontdidier4N1oyon; Aisne-Ziarne;
T' St. Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne.
Wounds received in action:. None.
SServed overseas Oct. 3/17 to June .22/19
1 lHon. disch. June 17/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation..
Remarks:
F Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 4e--1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NO, 011O NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G. 0. any. t Strike out ii he did not attend a training camp. Give dates of departure from and return
Oct. 18, 1922 to the United States. 1I Gie ddate. departu -om and etur
3-8091













Page, Richard :. M, first lieutenant, 88th Aero 8quAadrionAir Service. e
F'Anh, Croix de Guerre with palma ad gilt star.
Palm awarded under Order No. 12.988 "D", dated January 8, 1919,
General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the following citations
"A model of bravery and skill. Ever since the organization
of the squadron he has.performed the moat perilous missions during which he had
his observer wounded. On September 2, 1918, he brought down an adversary wh i le
in combat with eight eneMr pursuit planes."
Gilt star awarded under Order No. 12.164 "D", dated December 8,
1918, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the following citations
"A. pilot as skilful as he is brave. On August 9, 1918, when
attacked by sa enezy planes he succeeded, by his coolness and skilful maneuvering,
in safely landing his riddled plane and his very seriously wounded observer."
Residence at appointment: 112 Royal Palm Avenue, Fort 3yers, Fla.











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OFFICER-OnC
a..... e Ricrd Chaning Moore White,
.... ........ ............. ........ ........................... \
........... (Surnme) (Christian name)
denc.. 112 Royal p~. Ave Fort Myers FLORIDA
-Resdence '' .. ................ o'."".. ................ ................... "
(Street and house number) (To wn or city) (County) (State)
Sornin ph iladelphia Pa Oct 6/1892
t Called into active service as 1 Lt AS Oct 8/f7 fr OWnm
SPromotions: apt Mch 18/19

Organatlonsand 88 Aro to disch
t a ssig n m en ts : ....A'r.-
t Mineola LI NY; AEF; Garden City LI NY; Scott Field Ill

Engagements: Aisne-Marne; Oise-Aisne; St Mihiel; Meusq-Argonne;_
Lorrdine
Wounds received In action: None.
Served overseas Oct 15/17 to June 6/19
lion. disch. AUg 7/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, na view of occupation.
Remarks: Enl Serv. Awd ir C de- G & DS0. ""
Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84C-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NG, ORC, NA; and (s) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G. 0.. any. t Strike out It he did not attend a training camp. I Give dates of departure from and return
Oct. 18, 1922 to the United States. I Give date. -sot















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(Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence: ------..... .0...Pal.m Y.. -... rs_ -...LS __
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlisted in ERC at Ft Myer Va Jule 4/17
tBornin Philadelphia Pa oct 6/1892
Organizations: En1 Res 0 AS to disch


grades: Pvt 1cl --

Lngagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
t Served overseas: none
Hon.disch. Oct 7/18 lo accept commission
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:" .

Form No. 724-2, .A. G.O. *Inser" "R. A.", "N. 0.", "E. R. C.,," N. A.", as aybe,folleb ace and
March 12,1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and te of birth, or age at elistment.
SOive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. Give date and cause.









I Paraini, Clyde EvTratt, 18616368 private, 118th Field Hospital, 30th
Division.
British Military Medal, List lo, S36 dated Jamiary 31, 1919,
British War Office.
Details of the acts of gallantry performed
"Private Parasine received a severe shell wound, right
thigh and back, while acting as stretcher bearer, carrying patients from the
field to regimental aid post, under heavy shell fire of the enemy, September
29-30, 1918, near Bellioourt."
Residence at enlistment: 306 East Romana Street, Pensaoola, Fla..























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Parkins, Alva HB, captain, Corps of Engineer* attached to 51ot Artillery
Coast Artillery Corps, Ameritan Expeditionary Forcesa
French ..Croi: do Oaerre with silver star, nder Order NoSe22076 "D",
dated August 80 19190, General Headquartera, French Armies of the -astt with
the following oitatatonsg
"On ODtober 27, 1918, he weut into ousaon under an intense
bobardment of heavy artillery and gas shells and, in spite of the diffioultiie
and dangerse carried out the perilonl gmision with which he was charged.w
(Addrese: Care of The Adjutant General of the Aray, Washington, D. C. )
Residence at appointients 312 St. George Street, St. Augustine, Fla*























Perkins Alva H .'h I tFICE-ORR
S*iprra ) h il.n nmc r,.i )
S. 312 St Goorge St, t Augustine FLORIDA
Res e ..... .................. .......... ........................
("Street and house umber) (Town orcity) County) (State)
See Army Register
S -" (iOc) r~m m.
t Call nto active service as
Promotions: st it --
Organizations and n n t
staff assignments: .
nl'rel France


Engagements:

Wounds received in action: None.
SServed overseas July 29/17 to May 30/19 -
I nll serl I for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation.
Remarks: -
SGive place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
iorm No. S4ec-l (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NO, 01R, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. (. O. any. t Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17, 1921. tohe United States. 11 Give date. 3-8o1


















Prry, 3'Dugltaas 00.; 632S3 srgeant 296 Anibulanoe Copigy,24d Divialon*
French Croix de Guerre with broso atar, under Order Noo18.872 t"DW
dated Anmo 12,1919, General Headquarters, French Arumei of the Eart, the
following oitations
"During the attack of Blano Mont, trma otdber 6-841918, with the
greatest iadiffereneo to dangerj he faithftlly performed the duty with which he
was obargeds
Residence at enlistemutnt ontieello, Fla.












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Perry, Douglass G 23 white
(Surname) (Chnstian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Month ice 11o FLORIDA
Residence:__....__...................... ......................... ........_.
streett and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlisted in RA Ft aocPherson Ga ._u. Jue 21/17
tBornin Moxticello i'la 20 8/12 yrs
Organizations: MD Base "osp it loPhrson Ga to Aug 20/17;. LM 17 inf
Chiciraauga Park ia to Sept 23/17; ald C osp 23 2 :;n Tn
to diuch
Grades: Pvt lcl Nov 23/17; ~it ieb' 7/1i; 3gt c10 MAl; 1/19 -

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServedoverseas: Dec 4/17 to Aug 4/19_
Hon.disch. Aug 16/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-1 A, A.. :. *Insert R. A.", "N.O1.", E. R. C.", "N A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of irth. or age at enlstment.
3--:8s G- vo dates of departure from and arrival In the United States. 5 Give date.









Randolph, Tucker Lucas, captain, Medical Corps, Thited States Army,
attached to 236th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, British Expeditionary
Forces.
British Military Cross, List Noe 40, dated July 18, 1919, British
War Office.
"In recognition of meritorious services rendered the Allied
cause."
Residence at appointment: Leesburg, Fla.

























OPPICER--ORC

(Surname) (Christan name
.--.....-.. .....a do...u .s............. hite.... ..
Reic. Le bur FLORIDA
R evidence ..... .................. .e.9. ....... .... ....... ......... ........................................ .................................
(Street and house number). (Town or city) (County) (State)
SBorn in Leesburg, Fla. .... July 15, 1892
tCalled into active service as 1 Lt. MO. Aug. 8/17 Fr ORO t Training Camp.
promotions: Capt. 3/6/19
Organizations and 236 Bde PFAto-; MC to dish.
staff assignments: -
Principal i*f.Wash. DC; AB ; CpDIx, 11J; Op Gordon, Ga;
stations: .......

Engagements: Cambrai, Flanders,. Lys, Picardy, Somme-Offensive...
Ypres-Lyp .
Wounds received in action: None.
Served overseas Aug 29/17 to July 29/19
I IIon. disch. Spt. 9/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: Awarded British Military Cross.
Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84c-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NO, ORC, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G. 0. any. $ Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. Give dates of departure from and return
Oct. 1b, 1922 to the United States. 11 Give date. 3--809











Roaoer, James X., oeataina25d Infantry, 2d Di ions *
French Croix de Ouerre with pala, under Order o.1l1.696 "D",
dated Noveaber 18,1918, General Headquarterl, French Armies of the North
and Northeast, with the following citation:
'During the offensai, operation n Oeta tober 3.1,1918
nears stlEtiennia;-Ares, he tdlplayed great courage, ': On Ootober 8,voluntarily
and aloni, he uado a reconmatisance of the enaay linds and obtained ianfoation
of great value. He acted as guide for two companiel passing through a
maahine-gun and artillery barrage." (Addrepss: Care of the Adjutant General of
the ArMy, Washifigtod D.6,.)
Residence at appoi.ntmant: Otrlando, Fla,


















S" Roamer JiasRes ; Whito OFFICEn-O \
(Surname) (Christian iame)
e ldence Or d s3' LOR I A
.esidence..... .................. ........................................................... .................................... .........
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
,Born In 3m Franscisco Calif A&ug 8/95 Sourco EG
f n An /e Army Regis ter' Ft Oglethorpe Ga TrainingCamp.
PIromotions: -
Org eizations and
1sta assignments: st r .

'~taons: Ft .Oglehhorne Ga; Frni.c.e

Engagements:

Wounds received in action: None.
SServed overseas Sept 8/17 to Aug 4/19
Ilf. fa-dseh. iL S or vic 0 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation.
Remarks ..
*Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Form No. 84e-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NG, ORO, NA; and (e) designation of training camp attended, if
A. G..O. any. $ Strike out if he did not attend a training camp. 5 Give dates of departure from and return
Mar. 17. 1121. to the ITnitt-, RSttN II 1r.lv n.l ,-



















Robineau, Simon P,, captain, Corps of Interpretera, American Expeditionary
Forces.
French Ordre de 1'Etoile Noire (chealier), by Presidential Deoree of
September 24, 1919.
Residence at appointment: 907 Seventeenth Street, Miami, Fla.














OPIICER-NA nlid 'lSA
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5 (SBurname) (Christian name)
f d .. 906 17 St jmj FLORIDA
eslde .... ...... ... ....... ................... .. ..... ....... ... .......... ............................ .
stcet and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
n orninW Versailles Franoe April 8, 1882
t Appointed 2nd Lto w o.. ia,3 Dec 11/17 fr CL
Promotions: 1st Lt Oot 12/18; Oapt Feb 17/19
Organizatonand Corps of Interpreters to disch
staff fssignuients: .... .
Principal
station. Hoboken N J; ATF; Op._Dix r J

Engagements: x....

Wounds received In action: None.
I Served overseas Jan 11/18 to May 24/19
lion, dish. (date) May 26/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, In view of occupation.
Remarks:
e r D GCive place and date. t tIsert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
irm No. 4d-1- (d) source, civil life (CL), A, NO, OIiC, NA, and USA; anil (e) designation of training cuam
A. U;. 0. attended, It any $ Strike out if he did not attend a training camp.. GOlve dates of departure
Oct. 18. 1922. from and arrival In the United States. --sm










e8arei Walter B6, S9408, private, Company th Inaifantry, 2d Division.
French Croix do Guerre with bIzZp e star, under Order No.110984 "UD
dated November 28,1918, Gieeral Headquarter'; Frenoh Aia el of the EasAo with the
r' following otatio 1 n .
"Near, Vatux, on July 2,1918, he displayrd exosptional bravery
i~n crossing a sone violently bombarded in orser to rescue a corporal."
R siden at oliata fs, &asper, Fla.























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Se&rs, alter B. 39,408 White.
(Surname) (Christian name) (Army aerial number) (Race: White or coo1
Residence: ..asper........FLO.I.DA
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlistedin RA Ft lcPherson GA June 9/17
tBornin 7Thite Springs Fla 12. 3/12 yrs.
Organizations: Co F 47 Inf to Aug 1l~/17;Co F 9 Inf to disch.


Grados Pvt 101 June 16/18; aorp July 23/16; Pvt Mch 26/19;..
Corp Ju 1/19
Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServedoverseas: Sept 7/17 to disclh.
Hon.disch. July 1/19 To.re-enlist
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: Awarded French Croix-de Guerre.

Form No. 74-2%1 A. G. 0. *Insert" R. A.", "N. .", E. R. C.", "N. A.", as case may be, followed by place and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enlistment.
$ Give dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. J Give date and cause.









Sohmidt, ewria A., 1857008, aergeanft Campany F, 806th tEngineersa8lst
Div iiOen. s. ,.. .. "
Prench Cro eiz de umerre with silver sta, under Order Noe13.08?
"D"- dated Jamary 21 ,199~, General Readqitarters French Ah'res of the East,
with the following citation:
"Ot Novefbev 91l918, reoeliVing the order to attack with his
capeany he fulfilled his role with' enthuaiaC doeastrating the greatest bravery
and contributing in a large measuree to the oacesse of the day."
SResidence at enlistmennt Ormond PlRla:

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Shaber; Thomas, .106297, private, Company B, 3d kohine o(n Battalion, '
let Division,.
French Croix de Guerre with silver start.under Order No. 14.75 "f",
dated March 22, 1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the
following citations
"A brave and courageous machine gunner who displayed energy under
many circumstances. fhen buried by the explosion of a heavy shell, he extri-
cated himself and put his gun in condition to fire, During the engagements from
July 18*22, 1918, he was conspicuous by the accuracy of his fire. Was severely
wounded in the course of these operations."
Residence at enlistment: Panama City, Fla.



















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2 aBtkinner0:, Pis' 2298397 private, first cUlaes 284 Aibalahoj Ceapany
Frehen Croix de Gorre with gilt star under Order o.12.4 "D"
dated Deeamber 2a,1918, Oeneral Ueadquarters Frenoeh Aramie of the East, with the
pollowLn g citations '
:"Q O nober4,1918, near BlaM M int he rmialed at his
advanced firat-aid station imdor a violent bcabardafent and continued to care for
the wounded, facilitating their immediate evacuation."
Residdioe at enlistbt:ti Jasper, l Fla




















1
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-4 ............. : ...... nn-r-. m--.s.. ........... ... .-.-.. .....- ta.......
*,a (Surname) (Christian name) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence:.__.- J ___ J or FLOP IPA
(Street and house number) (Town or city) .(County) (State)
Enlisted in Ft Screver Ga July 29/17
tBornin Jasper Fla 22 1/12 yrs-
Organizations: MD to dich _


Grades: Pvt I cl Apr 16/19 _

Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
t Served overseas: Mch 30/18 to Aug 3L19
Hon. disch. Aug 19/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-1, A. G. O. *Insert R. A.", "N. .", E. R. C.", "N A.", as case may be, followed by lace and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enr tment.
s--7s tGive dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. i Give date.









Stephens, Wilter L t.18i t, t crpioral, CaPhy Dt) Reit a'
I Chemaial iar, Soroie, MieiAtoi .hpoditilearyBervio.
SFrench Croixiz de uerre with gilt, star, indeti Ord0e N'O.1139 .
"DO dated November 1 89l8 mierai Headquarters, i*ech Amies of the North
and Woftheaet, with the following attatiUlt,
"- very good oorporal,brave and- oc'age .wh gave a.
fine example of indifference to danger in the cnarse of a special operatic
1executeid .by hi:cs oomgpanm. '.
SResideie at Enlstmeants410 North Morgan Street, tmp, Pla.















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Straoma, Henry H., 2286168, sergeant, Company K, S64th Infantry, 91sat
Divisions .
i 1French Croix de Guerre with gilt star, under Order No.18.001 "i",
dated Iay 28,1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East, with the
following citaton:
f i r"He displayed admirable courage and volunteered to go out
in front with five men to bring in some wounded comrades. They succeeded in
rescuing seven of them and brought back the body of a lieutenant under a terrible
oaehine-pn fire."
Residence at enllstment: Tallahassee, Flan


S i "' .... O OFFICER--NA and USA
(Surname) (Christian name) .... ......
Residence ..............6. .. .............. FLO IDA
(Street and house number) (Town or city) ........(Cou ty)'.. --Stat-e)
S. *orn n Tallahassee ?la ,,lay 8.-1888-
tAppointed o'i Army Roeister (NI1
SPromotions :
Organizationsand
staff assignments:
SPrincipal
t ll o : Lni la P1 1I

S, engagements: :.

Wounds received In action : None.
Served overseas June -/18 to ?eb 19/19
II Hon. disch. Peb 12/21 Resignation...
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: E c orv
Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Formn No. 84d-2 (d) source, civil life (CL), RA, NQP ORC, NA, and USA; and () designation of training camp
A. G. 0. attended, if any. Strike out it he did not attend a training camp. i Give dates of departure
Mar. 17, 1921. from and arrival in the United States. l Give date and cause.


S' 2'A
Stroman Henry.1 ...2515. white *
*:' (Surname) (Christian rame) (Army serial number) (Race: White or colored)
Residence: ......_. Tallahassee FLORIDA
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
*Enlisted in R A at Ft Geo Wright Wash Sept 1/14
tfBornin Tallahassee, Fla 26-3/12 years
Organizations:
Co I 14 Inf to June 14/-7 Go 1. 44 Inf to Sept 4/17
Co K 364 Inf to dis ch
Grades: Sgt July 27/16 1st 'gt Oct 1/17 Sgt Mch 2/18
Sup Sgt Mch 21/18 g.gt July 30/18
Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
tServed overseas: July 12/18 to Jan 5/19
Hon.disch. Jan 5/19 to accept commission
Was reported per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-/ A. G. 0. *Insert" A. ,"N. 0.", E..C.",N.A.asasemaybe, follow by place and
March 12,1920. date of enlistment. + Give place of birth and date of birth, or age at enlistment.
: Give dates of departure from and arrival in the United States. Give date and cause.

















SwaerallU Oharles P., major general, oommanding 5th ArP Oorpas
-Belgian Ordre d4 la couroane (Pmrad officer) by Royal Deoree of rebyuar

S1918h Legion A'Honneua (oozaaniadrm. by PreS Axdtial Deorae of Noyembel
llq 1918.
reamh Oroli (~eo Orre with palm, under Order No, 11*082 "D", dated
O0tdber 30, 19,18Z6 General adquarterer, Prenoh Aralea of the North and Northeast, wit
the following otatirto
.-As oamtaader of the ar1ilUle brigade of the First Amertoan Dtviaio
be developed the teohaioal knowledge and military value of his brigade to a degree
ihich rendered thia unit competent to fulfill any mission which might devolve upon it
By hiodee courage and tireleea activity ho showed himself a leader of the first
0talian Order of the Crown (grand otfioer), by Royal Deoree of November
l o w 19 19 .
Montenegr Ordre daO- Prinoe Dantlo ler (aeoond olase).
PansaaniaA Medal of La Solidaridad, Preesdential Award of Awust 30.
1919* (Addreang Care of the Adjutant General Of the Aay, Washington, D, C0)
Entered Military Academy from Florida*

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IT sylor, James D.,' colonel, 355th Infantry, 89th Divi on. ia
French Croix de Guerre with gilt starAuder Order No.16.936 "D*

dated April. 30,1919, General Headquarters, French Armies of the East wtht
the following o tattion
"th o folM ffie of energy and unequaled courage w particularly
aditi.bt lshe:himself north of Toul in Augut;'1918." (Addres: Care of The
Ad3utant General of the Arm, Waahington, D. c.)
Entered Military Sergoe frco Florida.























S. ............ . ............. .....
S OFFICER-RA


SResidence.............. .....................a.... *FLORIDA
(Surname) (Christian nanj?) 1) '
S es ene ........ -............................................ .AEE inte....f .m._ ...... ................... LO.RI. .................
(Street and house number) (Townorci) I (County). (State)

tBornIn Lake City F'la Feb 3-1877 9 I
t Appointed
j Attended .t tine B
$ Promotions:

1 Organization and
staff assignments:

tatincsp Ft.t Leavenworth ,Kans _0amp Panston Kans; France


Engagements:

Wounds received in action: None.
i Served overseas June 4/18 to Nov 19/.18
Remarks: Awarded Fr C de G and DSE
SFor graduates U. S. MI. A., give residence at date of appointment thereto; for officers appointed
Form No. 84a-1 from the Army, residence at date of enlistment; for all other officers, residence at date of appoint-
A. G. 0. ment to Army. t Insert place and date. $ For data concerning appointment, promotion, and
organizations and staff assignments, see Army Register. Strike out if he did not attend a training
Mar. 17, 1921. camp. 11 Give dates of departure from and return to the United States. 3-808







Terry, Royall P., first lieutenant, Section No. 642, Ambulance Service.
Italian War Service Ribbon. *
SResidence at appointment: 2208 East Dural Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

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OFFICER--NA and USA
Terry, Royall Perkins white .
Se ld'e i ... ... ... .. ........................... .................. ...... .... .... .. ..... .......... ...................... 0 e A ....................
(Surnamie) (Christian name)
Residencoe........................................ Gainesville
(Street and house number) (Town or city) (County) (State)
S Born in Orlando Fla Sept 17, 1895
*t Appointed 1 Lt Amb Serv Sept 30/17; fr ERG Training Camp.
S Promotions: none
t Oranzt s onsand Sec 542 US Army Amb Serv to disc


i.lla s' Camp Crane Pa; Hoboken. NJ; Aa]?; Camp Morrison Va; ....
.... : Camp Lee Va
Engagements: ..

Wounds received in action: None.
: ;iI Servedoverseas June 13/18 to Apr 30/19
lion. disch. (dat~ay 10/19 for convenience of the Government, services no longer required.
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, if view of occupation.
S Remarks: Enl SerV
S'* Give place and date. t Insert (a) grade; (b) arm or staff corps or department; (c) date;
Formn No. 8-d-1 (d) source, civil life (CL), ItA, NC, ORC, NA, and USA: and (e) designation of training camp,
A. G. 0. attended, if any $ Strike out if lie did not attend a training camp. g Give dates of departure
Mar. 17, 1921. from and arrival in the United States. 3--8so


2%1
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....... ..............e (Am.. y s-r;il-;ih number) (Rac White or colored)

SRence teeth an hsnum ber)W (own or city) (County) (State)

*Enlistedin ERG Gainesville Fla June 4,1917
tBornin Orlando Fla 23 8/12 yrs
Organization: US Army Amb Serv to disch


ades: Sgt July 1/17

Engagements: none


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
t Served overseas:none
Hon.disch. Sept 29/17 to accept commission
Wasreported X: per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks: -

Form "RAo". "N O" "E t C ","N A.", c emaybe.fl w efn'
March 12, m o. 724- t of enlistment. Give place of birth dor ag at enlistment.
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Turdk, Raymond C., colonel, medicall Corps, Division urgeon, 8Sth .
rivislon.
i French Croix de duitre with gilt etar, under Order 16. 20.292 "P",
dated July 10, 1919, Generaf Teadqdarters, French Armies of the "ast, with
the following citation: '
"Durinr the months of July anI Auaust, 1918, when under the
orders of the SSd French Army Corps, ihe kSth American Pivision in cooperation
w ith some French unitsheld a sector in the Vosges, ULeut. Col. R. C. Tutok
distinguished himselfby his capetene:e, hi' courage and his devotion. 'By his
very frequent visited t the most advai ed. first-aid stations of the French
regimentnes and of the Alpine field hospitals of hia sector, he insured the early
care of our wounded and their evacuation, in the best of condition."
French Ordre des Palmes Universitaires,Officier d'Instmrtion Publique "
S(or), by Ministerial Decsllon of November 20., 1199, sZnisterm of Public Instruction
and Fine Arts. '
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datedd Jnuary $01919 Gene H .edquartrs Freinoh Armies ofthe Eaas, awth the

"At Blane )ont, on Ootober 3,1918, he oarrid eposages under a violent
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Engagements:


Wounds or other injuries received in action: None.
Served overseas: June 15/18 to Kay 24/19
I Hon. disch. June 17/19 on demobilization
Was reported 0 per cent disabled on date of discharge, in view of occupation.
Remarks:

Form No. 724-1%, A. G. 0. *Insert R. A.", "N. G.", E. R. C."," N A.", asse may be followed by 'lace and
March 12, 1920. date of enlistment. t Give place of birth and date rt, f or age at enl.tment.
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war Offies
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Served overseas from t-".eQ..Q to t+p..sO/. from tf.--.---- to t-------
Honorably discharged on demobilization -.-.L- ., 19-;.9..
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Young, Georgoe F., captain, Compay (0,; Oth Ingineers, (atrohlight),
Amerioan Wsp editionary Foroe...
French Crbit de GQuerre with palm, uder Order No. 12.2S3 "D", date
Deceuier 10, 1918, O Gnerai Headquarters,: renoh Arnies of thel East, with the
following ottatlont (Otatfion of, Codmpaiy 0, S6th Engineewas)
"Placed at the disposal of the anti.waft defense of the 1It
Frenoh Arqg froa May to Ootobet 1918, aCopaIy C, ouner the oomand of Captain
Bryan and Captain YounMg distinguished itself under all aloftastanoes by the
bravery and the extoelent training of its personnel Always played on the
.express request of It% loader, in the most exposed regions; t, obtained the
best results despite the losses suffered fran th, eneWe artillery and air
forces"
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r r ix do 0erre with brvaXe tare under Order Xe.11.648
T" dated Wovember 14,1918, General NeadquartIew 7rem* Amies of the North
and ortheast, with the following, citations
ip id do.tabl our.age. and abeolut. indiffereno to
dang- in -rrySg rttent And aa.aui ,tl. to his battalidt depot, in broad daylight
am under violent baibaraats fra fine 32 '-Wk.'s B
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S LIST cF. IE FROM FLORIDA AWARDED THI DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS e

Cre, "" BY TaE VIAR DEPARTI I

Charles V.Abernathy, second lieutenant, 6th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Thiancourt, France, September 14,19i8. Commanding the regimental
pioneer platoon, he led it and the stoles mortar platoon as infantry, and overcame
a machineguan nest, capturing several machine guns and disposing of the crew. He
continued to advance under heavy shell and machine-gun fire until he fell wounded
in the head, hip, and leg. Residence at appointment: Box Io.508, Palatka,Fla.

Albert O.Arnold, first lieutenant, 326th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism in
action near St.Javin, France, October 10-11, 1918. On the night of Octoberl0,
Lieut.Arnold was painfully wounded whilvi reconnoitering the enemy's positions,
but continued with his mission after receiving first aid from the accompanying
soldier. Early in the morning of October 11, with the assistance of one soldier
he silenced a machine gun which was enfilading our line. He was again wounded
while accomplishing this mission, but continued his efforts until another machine
gun had been put out 6f action through his personal direction. He remained on
duty with his men until he became so weak from loss of blood and exposure to gas-
that he collapsed and was carried from the field. Residence at appointment:
111 East Forsyth Street, Jacksonville,Fla.

Willtam Z.Bell, private, Company C, 108th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
,in action east of Grandprb, France, October 15,1918. Private Bell, serving as
stretcher bearer during two attacks, with exceptional bravery and disregard of
danger exposed himself during an intense artillery bombardment to assist a wounded
soldier in imminent need of first aid and was killed at his work by an enemy
shell. Emergency address: 1Mrs.Zula Bell, wife, Route C, Box No.63,Marianna,Fla.
Residence at enlistment: Route No.C,Box No.63, Marianna, Fla.

John R.D.Cleland, first lieutenant, 28th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Soissons, France, July 21,1918. Although he was wounded before
and in the attack upon Berzy-le-Sec, he deoline'd an opportunity to be evacuated
and led his platoon to its final objective, which he consolidated and held.
Residence at appointment: 1608 Walnut Street, Jacksonville,Fla.

Edward C.Desaussure, first lieutenant, 528th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Sommerance, France, October 18,1918. Lieut.Desaussure was pain-
fully wounded by shrapnel while in command of his company. Continuing to direct ix
its operations, while he was having his wound attended to at the dressing station
he insisted upon returning to his command immediately thereafter, and in attempt-
ing to do so was killed by a bursting shell..His conspicuous devotion to duty and
self-sacrificing spirit furnished an inspiration to his men which contributed
materially to the ultimate success of the attack. Emergency address: ' rs.George R.
Desaussure, mother, 1104 Oak Street, Jacksonville,Fla, Residence at appointment:
1104 Oak Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

Rexford.H.Dettre, corporal,Headquarters Detachment, 6th Field Artillery. At
Villers Tournelle, Cantigny sector, France, on May 1,1918, he displayed disting-
uished bravery in twice leaving his shelter during a heavy bombardment and
going to the assistance of wounded men lying exposed in the open. Residence at
enlistment: Bradentown, Fla.

Tod F.Gillett, private, first class, Section Ho.647, Ambulahce Service. On June
19,1918, near Beaumont, France, he volunteered to proceed with his ambulance
under heavy bombardment to bring wounded men to a place of safety..,While return-
ing on this perilous ,trip he was ]:illcd by a shell. emergency address: i!..Gillett
father, 110 ('roscent Place, Tamps, 1~a. Ios'idence at"e'nl'istion-t-i 110 Crescent




that he collapsed and was carried from the field. Residence at appointment:
111 East Forsyth Street, Jacksonville,Fla.

Willlam Z.Bell, private, Company C, 108th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action east of Grandpr6, France, October 15,1918. Private Bell, serving as
stretcher bearer during two attacks, with exceptional bravery and disregard of
danger exposed himself during an intense artillery bombardment to assist a wounded
soldier in imminent need of first aid and was killed at his work by an enemy
shell. Emergency address: Mrs.Zula Bell, wife, Route 0, Box No.63,Marianna,Fla.
Residence at enlistment: Route No.C,Box No.63, Harianna, Fla.

John R.D.Oleland, first lieutenant, 28th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Soissons, France, July 21,1918. Although he was wounded before
and in the attack upon Berzy-le-Sec, he declined an opportunity to be evacuated
and led his platoon to its final objective, which he consolidated and held.
Residence at appointment: 1608 Walnut Street, Jacksonville,Fla.

Edward C.Deqaussure, first lieutenant, 328th Infantry. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Sommerance, Franco, October 18,1918. Lieut.Desaussure was pain-
fully wounded by shrapnel while in command of his company. Continuing to direct i1
its operations, while he was having his wound attended to at the dressing station
he insisted upon returning to his command immediately thereafter, and in attempt-
ing to do so was killed by a bursting shell..Hiis conspicuous devotion to duty and
self-sacrificing spirit furnished an inspiration to his men which contributed
materially to the ultimate success of the attack. Emergency address: Mirs.George R.
Desaussure, mother, 1104 Oak Street, Jacksonville,Fla. Residence at appointment:
1104 Oak Street, Baoksonville, Fla.

Rexford.H.Dettre, corporal,Headquarters Detachment, 6th Field Artillery. At
Villers Tournelle, Cantigny sector, France, on May 1,1918, he displayed listing-
uished bravery in twice leaving his shelter during a heavy bombardment and
going to the assistance of wounded men lying exposed in the open. Residence at
enlistment: Bradentown, Fla.

Tod F.Gillett, private, first class, Section No.647, Ambulahce Service. On June
19,1918, near Beaumont, .rance, he volunteered to proceed with his ambulance
under heavy bombardment to bring wounded men to a place of safety. While return-
'ing on this peril ia rp ho .wua.;ille'' .i ulholl. "r'.ioroicl' address: :.'..llott
father, 110 Crescent Place, Tampa, 'la. ifesb"B' 'l-'t iZ:SlihTil- Io10'1Crescent
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Paul G.Hawkins (Army serial ITo.1317111) sergeant, IMachine Gun Company, 119th
Infantry. For extraordinary heroism inaction near Bellicourt, France,
September 28-29,1918. As a platoon runner/ he showed marked personal bravery,
repeatedly carrying important messages over shell-swept areas and under
heavy machine-gun fire, sometimes for a distance of 2 miles. He remained
constantly on duty for two days, and.when his section loader became separated
from his section took command and led it with success. Residence at
enlistment: Sanford, Fla.

*Spesserd L.Holland, first lieutenant, Coast Artillery Corps, observer, 24th
Aero Squadron, Air Service. For extraordinary heroism in action near Bois de
Bantheville, October 15,1918. Flying at an altitude of 400 meters, 5 kilometers
within the enemy lines, he and his pilot, Lieut.George A.Goldthwaite, con-
tinued on their mission in spite of being harassed by antiaircraft, securing
information of great military value. Residence at appointment: 72 Stanford
Street, Bartow, Fla.

Fred D.Mendenhall, first lieutenant, 7th Engineers. For extraordinary heroism
in action near Cunel, France, October 20,1918. Although his platoon was
constantly under heavy shell and machine-gun fire, he courageously directed
the wiring of an extreme northern outpost line of Infantry. On the night of
October 10,1918, he skillfully directed the construction of a pontoon bridge
over the Loison River. So close to the enemy was his platoon that it was
necessary to lash the bridge together, because the hammering of nails would
have drawn instant machine-gun fire from the enemy. Residence at appointment:
Lakeland, Fla.

Leroy Morningstar, sergeant, Medical Detachment, 23rd Infantry. 'Sick, gassed,
and stunned by shells, he remained at his post on duty under heavy fite and
bravely assisted in the succoring of soldiers who had been injured, near
Vaux, France, July 1,1918. Residence at enlistment:502 Wood Street, St.
Petersburg, Fla.

Henry Wheaton Neill, second lieutenant, 15th Machine Gun Battalion. For
extraordinary heroism in action at Frapelle, France, August 19,1918. He
displayed great courage, tenacity, and devotion to duty when, although
severely wounded early in the attack and suffering great pain, he retained
command of his platoon and directed its movements until its objective was
attained. Residence at appointment: 62 College Street, White Springs, Fla.

Richard C.M.Page, first lieutenant, pilot, 88th Aero Squadron, Air-Service.
John I.Rancourt, first lieutenant, 103d Field Artillery, observer, 88th
Aero Squadron. For extraordinary heroism in action near Fismes, France,
August 9, 1918. These officers were detailed to fly without escort on a
visual reconnaissance over the enemy's line. They were attacked by six
enemy battle planes 1,800 meters over Fismes. The Americans unhesitatingly
fought this superior number'of the enemy, Lieut.Ranoourt was three times
seriously wounded in the legs above the Imees; yet he continued to operate
his machine gun and shot down one of the enemy planes. In spite of the fact
that his elevator controls on one side had been shot away, Lieut.Page skill-
fully maneuvered the plane throughout the combat and piloted it safely back to x
his airdrome. Residence at appointment: 112 Royal Palm Avenue, Fort Myers,
Fla.
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LIST OF ZEN FROM FLORIDA AWARDED THE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL

BY THIE WAR DEPARTMENT:


Albert H.Blanding, brigadier general, United States Army. Por exceptionally
meritorious and distinguished services while commanding general of the 53d
Infantry Brigade of the 27th Division throughout the entire period of active
operations. Address: Bartow, Fla. Residence at appointment: Bartow, Fla.


William H.Hay, major general, Cavalry, United States Army. For exceptionally
meritorious and distinguished services. As commander of the 184th Infantry
Brigade he showed efficient leadership. Promoted to major generalship in the
early part of October 1918, he took command of the 28th Division, and by his
marked ability and great energy he contributed to the successes attained by
S the division during the time in which he was in command. He rendered services
of a high character to the American Expeditionary Forces. Address: Care of
The Adjutant General of the Army, Washington,D.C. Entered Military Academy
from Florida.


Francis J.Kernan, major general, United States Army. For exceptionally
meritorious and distinguished services. He was intrusted with the important
duty of organizing the Services of Supply of the American Expeditionary
Forces in France, and the foundation then laid was later successfully carried
to completion. As member of the war prisoners' commission, Berne, Switzer-
land, and of the American section of the Supreme War Council, he has ren-
dered conspicuous services to the Government. Address: Care of the Adjutant
General of the Army, Washington,D.C. Entered Military Academy from Florida.


Charles P.Summerall, major general, United States Army. For exceptionally
meritorious and distinguished services. He commanded in turn a brigade of
the 1st Division in the operations near Montdidier, the 1st Division during
the Soissons and St.Mihiel offensives and in the early battles of the
Argonne-Meupe advance, and the 5th Army Corps in the later battles of this
advance. In all of these important duties his calm courage, his clear
judgment, and his soldierly character had a marked influence in the attain-
ment of the successes of his commands. Address: Care of The Adjutant General
of the Army, Washington,D.C. Entered Military Academy from Florida.


Samuel J.Turnbull, major, Medical Corps, United States Army. For exceptionally
meritorious and distinguished services, As commanding officer of Evacuation
Hospital No.9, he performed his exacting duties with notable success. Over-
coming numerous obstacles, by his keen foresight and administrative ability,
he was instrumental in securing the prompt evacuation and effective treatment
of a large number of sick and wounded. Address Care of The Adjutant General
of'the.Army, Washington,D.C. Entered military service from Florida.

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