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Americans in World War I

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  • Maynard Riley Stoddard (1898 - 1964)
    WW I Veteran, Pvt. U.S. Army, Co. C, 112th Inf., 28th Div.;4/6/1917 - 5/6/1919; served in France 5/7/1918 - 4/30/1919 Son of John Wesley Stoddard and Florence R. Cranmer Stoddard Kinney Kibbey. Fat...
  • Anthony Zemaitis (c.1894 - 1933)
    MILITARY SERVICE: World War I Veteran per obituary (see MEDIA tab). 1930 CENSUS: . Lived with wife and step-children.
  • Joseph J Sage (1918 - 1987)
  • Ernest Hanse Johnston, WW I Veteran (1896 - 1992)
    Army veteran of World War I. Retired shipping clerk for Pugh Furniture Co. Wife: Bessie Stonestreet Johnston 1896–1977 (m. 1920) Children: Ernest H Johnston 1926–1987
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    John Cowdry Callahan (1895 - 1962)
    Biography John Cowdry Callahan was born on April 2, 1895 in Yellville, Marion County, Arkansas, USA. His parents were George W. Callahan and Sarah Jane Callahan . John married Leah Marion Callahan ...

In memory of those who served in World War I.

Interesting Americans with WW1 Connections

  • Alice Bright, Lady Lowther, was the joint hon. secretary of the American Women’s War Relief Fund and chair of the “Belgian Prisoners in Germany Relief Fund”