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Military Data

Gold Star List

Soldiers, Sailors, Marine and Nurses from Washburn County who died in the
Federal Service during the World War
          Some common abbreviations used were:

          dd - died of disease              mg - machine gun
          dw - died of wounds              bn - battalion
          k - killed                              WNG - Wisconsin National Guard
          kia - killed in action              fa - field artillery
          w - wounded

Army

ARPAGUS, Christ. J., 28, Spooner, PVT Infantry National Guard School; Camp Mac Arthur; U.S.; dd (pneumonia)
                                       17 October 1918.

BAGGS, William Sheridan, 30, Minong; PVT 44th Engineers; overseas; dd (infective grippe) 30 Aug 1918.

BERGIN, Francis Mathew, 27, Shell Lake; PVT 26th Infantry; w 26 May 1918; kia 09 Oct 1918.

BROOKS, John T., 39, married, Minong; Captain 1st Replacement Depot; overseas; k (accidental bursting of rifle)
                                  23 May 1919.

CORNELISON, Rollin E., 28, Spooner; Recruit Unassigned; U.S.; dd (pneumonia) 10 Nov 1918.

DAMMEIER, Herman, 23, Shell Lake; PVT Infantry Camp MacArthur Sept Replacement Draft; overseas; dd
                                      (pneumonia) 09 Oct 1918.

EVERSON, Hjalmer, 29, Nobleton; PVT 341st Infantry; dd (pneumonia) 15 Oct 1918.

HAYNES, Harry P., 21, Springbrook; PVT 4th Co. Infantry replacement and Training Camp; U.S.; dd (pneumonia)
                                   07 Oct 1918.

KAISER, Francis Henry, 21, Spooner, PVT Auto School, Kansas City; U. S.; dd (pneumonia) 01 Oct 1918.

MOE, Engwald Reinhart, 23, Spooner; PVT 28th Infantry; Cantigny, Soissons; kia 21 Jul 1918.

NIEMANN, Paul F., 21, Shell Lake; PVT 128th Infantry; Alsace, Marne, Juvigny, Argonne, Bantheville;
                                   dw 08 Nov 1918.

SIZER, Daniel S., 24, Springbrook; PVT 341st Infantry; overseas; dd (influenza) 09 Oct 1918.

Navy

SMITH, Arlow Millard, 23, Trego; Seaman 2nd Class; dd (pneumonia) Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, IL,
                                      02 Oct 1918.



(There were no recorded deaths of Marines or Nurses from Washburn Co.)




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