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Wild West Division (#47642953)
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Bio Photo Hi. I am William "Woody" Forrest. My wife is Dawn. My wife is our family's genealogist. Some years ago she found a relative of mine that had been KIA during WWI. His name is
Chauncey R. Frank
and he was the last American to be brought back from France for burial in the US.

Since then I've become an avid amateur historian of all that is the 91st Division during World War I. My wife's genealogy research skills and talents have come in handy.

We have amassed a large amount of information about those who served with the 91st Division. Some people have been harder than others to track down but I am on a mission.

I hope to "tell their story" here on Find A Grave. Dawn and I can't do it alone and hope to find others who share our love of 91st Division history (me) and genealogy (Dawn).

Thank you,
Woody and Dawn



What I'm Working On: January 2016

1) There were 1390 KiA or DoW for the 91st Division in World War I. I'm still looking for xx people. I will not add anyone without a final disposition.

Submitting birth and death dates and locations.

Adding biographies, obituaries and photos

Looking to add ALL persons who served in the 91st Division during World War I. If you know of any or find one while out in the cemeteries; please let me know.

Information
The 91st Division in WW I was part of the American Expeditionary Forces or A.E.F. and was formed in 1917. It was initially comprised of men from Draft Region 16 which were the states of California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Men from the Territory of Alaska were also included. The officers were drawn from Regular Army and Reserve Army units. They trained at American Lake in Washington until their new camp--Camp Lewis was built for them. Camp Lewis became Ft Lewis. Once in France, men from other divisions were transferred in to the 91st.



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Chesnut/Behunin Descendant
Hello
I noticed you left a token for

Leonard Hailstone Petersen 1895-1918

Memorial# 129335579

IF you have anything to add to honor him, I would LOVE to post it on his Memorial and I would list you and your hard work and dedication for the source of your information.


THANK YOU SOOOOO VERY MUCH for your dedication.

THANK YOU
HAVFE FUN
M
Added by Chesnut/Behunin Descendan... on Apr 26, 2016 2:10 PM
danderup
t Karl Erskine Ross
Sgt Karl Erskine Ross Find A Grave Memorial# 55963862
Additional info.
Awarded Distinguished Service Cross.
Citation at URL: http://valor.militarytimes.com/recipient.php?recipientid=14419
An first hand account of the associated action is at URL: https://books.google.com/books?id=sdI3AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA14&lpg=PA14&dq=sergeant+karl+ross&source=bl&ots=wAzGxVPPcr&sig=A-nGglXVisNwi407jfuP-EWHRIg&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj48az2qZnMAhUBZT4KHaZsAcEQ6AEIIDAC#v=onepage&q=sergeant%20karl%20ross&f=false
American Legion Post 16 in Stockton, California is named after him.
Added by danderup on Apr 19, 2016 6:57 AM
danderup
Stockton High graduates-WW 1 Service
Hi
Read about your WW 1 work in the process of dong some Find A Grave work for Alpheus Stewart. In case you arenít aware of it, thought you might be interested in WW 1 service info published in the 1919 STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK. Scans are at URL

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~npmelton/shs19_1.pdf

The pages listing Stockton High graduates who served in WW 1 were transcribed by Jeanne Sturgis Taylor per below. The transcription makes them searchable.

Vern D
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

DEDICATED TO THOSE BRAVE UNSELFISH MEN OF STOCKTON HIGH SCHOOL WHO AIDED IN SECURING THE GLORIOUS PEACE AND VICTORY WHICH WE COMMENORATE.

THOSE WHO SERVED (World War I) In MEMORIAM
Meryl Battilana
Louis Beauman
H. H. Adams
Joe Campodonico
John W. Daly
Vivian Dodd
Roy Estes
Arne Hoisholt
Jordan Williams
George McCall
George Pahl
Karl Ross
Dewey Sivley

THOSE WHO SERVED

Jessie Adams
Harold Adams
Harold Ahearn
Percy Ahearn
August Allec
Dan Alley
Elmer R. Ames
Oscar Ames
Alex Anderson
Arthur Andrews
Edward Andrews
Stanley Arndt
Enos Arrieta
Albert Arrieto
George Atherton
George Avery
Laurence Backes
Louis Baldwin
Harry Ball
Fred Ballew
Wilton Barbara
Joe Baumel
Wilfred Bauman
Edwin Banz
Laurence Beattie
Cleaveland Beattie
Leland Beecher
Ted Behymer
Roland Belloumini
Forrest Benefiel
Clarence Bennett
Frank Bernardi
Leo Berlingen
Martin Bernt
Harvey Berry
Tom Bingham
Tom Blanchard
Robert Blossom
James Bone
Albert Bone
Toby Boon
William L. Boham
Homer Bridenbach
Clarence Briare
Tom Brown
John Brown
George Buck, Jr.
Laurence Buell
Howard Burgess
Lloyd Burgess
Louis Burke
Hazen G. Burnett
Wilfred Burnham
Casler B. Burton
Clarence Buthenuth
Jack Burton
Ralph Cassinelli
Beverly Castle
Llewellyn Chandler
Daniel Chase
Reed Clark
Lester Clark
Arthur Clay
Charles Clowdsley
Upton Clowdsley
Herbert Coblentz
Ralph Coleman
Henry Colestock
Daniel Collins
Leonard F. Combs
Charles Comfort
Clyde Comfort
Harold Comfort
Howard Condy
Will Cowell
Arthur Cowell
Arthur Cowin
Alden L. Cowin
Ralph Cruse
Ernest Cruze
Charles Cullums
Mark Curtis
Harold Culver
James Daly
Willis B. Danford
Guard Darrah
Walter Davidson
Carlton Davis
George Davis
Sheldon Davis
Joseph Deluchi
Iral Dennis
Van Dennis
St. Clair Devereaux
Donald Dickey
Perry Dickinson
Joe Diel
Emery Doan
Roland Doan
Cecil Dodd
Charles Dodge
Chipman Dodge
Mervyn Doyle
Charles Drunsfield
Lloyd Drury
W. J. Duff
Carrol V. Duff
Joe Dunne
Leo Dunne
Ray Dunne
Frank Dutschke
Jewett Dustin
Ralph Eaton
Harmon Eberhard
William Eccleston
Archie Eichelberger
Agler Ellis
Dewitt Emerson
Knowles Emerson
Arthur Errickson
Wesley Eves
John Fannitz
Frank Fagundes
James L. Faulkner
William Faulkner
Ralph Fay
Joy Felt
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Lloyd Fish
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George Fox
Claude Forkner
Bernard Frankenheimer
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Will Friedberger
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Nathaniel Furry
Glen Gadbury
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John Gallagher
Floyd Gardner
Dix Garland
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Barre E. Gersbacher
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Rudolph Gianelli
Fred D. Gibson
Lowell Gibson
Clarence Gilmore
Robert Gilmore
Fred Giottinini
Leo Glick
Arthur Glick
Lester Gnekow Fred Goodell
Holger Gormsen
Elmer Gormsen
Eugene Graham
Darcy Grant
Harold Gravem
Orrin Gravem
Wilkes Griffin
Lorin Gremeaux
Carroll G. Grunsky
Charles Grunsky
Otto Grunsky
Carl Edgar Guernsey
Emil Gumpert
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Arthur Hammond
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Leon Happell
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Benjamin Holt
Edison Holt
William Holt
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Allen K. Howe
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Harold Howell
Delbert Jack
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Dolph Jacobs
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Stafford L. Jory
R. Jeanelle
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Leland Keys
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Milton Kingsbury
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Raymond Knutzen
William Knutzen
Elmer Kohle
August Kramm
James Kroh
George Kuhn
Arthur Kynaston
Edwin Ladd
Mitchel Ladd
Lester La Raviere
Sam Latta
Geo. Latham
Richard Lauxen
Claude Leffler
Wilbur Leffler
Arthur Leighton
Clarence Leighton
Louis Lemon
Melville Levy
Bert Lewis, Jr.
Herbert Lewis
Earl Long
Edward D. Long
Will Louis
William Lorin
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Raymond McCarty
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Harry McClelland
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Louis McGahn
Harry McGillvray
William McGillvray
Donald M. McLean
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Owen McMahon
Sidney McMahon
Theodore McMurray
Earl J. McPeek
Garrett McTaggert
August McQuarrie
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Kay Mackenzie
Harold Macquarrie
Harry Mahaffey
Owen Maisel
Melbourne Mallett
Orrin Mallett
Harold Mallory
Edward Malloy
Julius Manthey
August Marcellin
Archie March
Gum Mark
Herbert Marino
Will Marshall
Ward Masters
Alvin Matthews
Melvin Mayne
Harry Mazzera
Ralph E. Mercer
Herbert L. Meyer
Robert Meyer
Herbert Miller
Howard Miller
Walter W. Miller
Paul Mitchell
Malcolm Minahen
Howard Moore
Willard C. Moore
Judson Morris
Hugo Molini
Ralph Mosini
Elmer Mowell
August Muenter
Paul Murray
Joe Musot
John Nemee
Irving Neumiller
Robert R. Newell
Paul Newell Wynne Newell
Harold Noble
Lawrence Nicol
Sargent Norton
Albert Nelson
Sylvane Nutter
Carl Ortman
Glenn Paddock
C. Parker
John Borden Pardoe
Melvin Parker
Steve Parker
Oscar Parkinson
Bill Parks
Elbert Parks
John Patterson
John Patterson
Gilbert Patterson
Russell Payne
Howard Pease
Bert Perrin
Emery Pollard
Girdwood Pope
Martin Post
Eydney Potter
Percy Powell
Noble Powell
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Frank R. Prince
Douglas Prouty
Elmer Prouty
Harold Quail
Lester Quail
Norman Raab
Jack Raggio
Clarence Rambo
Stanford Raymond
Hartwell Reed
Fred Reimers
Ludwig Reimers
Elwyn F. Reynolds
Louis Ricci
Harris Ridenour
Gale Reinheart
Melvin Rider
Lamont Riley
Frank M. Ringer
Curtis Robbins
George Robbins
Newton Robinson
Merrill Rogers
Dwight Rogers
Henry Rohrbacher
Ira Rorick
Daniel Russell
Rupert Russell
Neil I. Ross
Ellis Sanderson
Otto Sandman
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Otto Salmon
Ralph Salmon
Alphons Salini
Alvin Schmidt
Aurel Schmidt
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George J. Schneider
George Schuler
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Edward Shingler
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Leland Shepherd
Hector Silva
Nat Sinai
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Carroll Single
Forrest Single
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Leland R. Smith
Paul Stark Smith
Roy L. Sparks
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Merle Sprague
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Howard Stewart
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Joe Stout
Van Strother
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Minard Thresher
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Roy Tretheway
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Leon Tyler
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Harrington Wells
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William Whorton
Charles Widdows
John N. Wilhoit
Fred Williams
Walter Williams
Oliver Willie
George Wilson
Joseph Wilson
Wilson Wurster
Andrew Wolf
Reeve Yost
Fraser Young
Added by danderup on Apr 17, 2016 9:55 AM
Kay
RE: Frank Lovey
You are welcome....the least I can do to honor his service....Kay
Added by Kay on Feb 25, 2016 10:52 AM
DBCofer
RE: Guy Walter Staples
You're welcome.

David
Added by DBCofer on Feb 25, 2016 10:01 AM
Bobby
RE: Seaborn Richmond Wicker
IT IS MY HONOR TO DO SO
Added by Bobby on Feb 24, 2016 5:47 PM
Ellen Fancy
Thomas G Landis
Re: Find A Grave Memorial# 122235804

Hi Woody,
I noticed you left your name at his memorial. I am researching Landis and I was just curious as to what you might know about him.
Thank you,
Ellen Fancy
Added by Ellen Fancy on Feb 20, 2016 5:34 PM
GrannyT
Kim Blanchard #123315103
Thank you so much for bringing to my attention the mistake I made on Kim's memorial and burial. I have corrected it.
Added by GrannyT on Feb 01, 2016 5:46 PM
Carolyn Farnum
P Levien
My objection was only to the military ranking placed before the name not any other corrections. I have had too many military folks angry at my placing the rank first so I am trying to help keep it from any more.
" Deceased persons are referred to by just their NAME ... honorifics, ranks, courtesy titles, and post-nominal abbreviations which are parts of a person's name at various times during their lives -- are not included as part of the names of the deceased. Roles and ranks they held during their lives are listed afterwards.
Military tombstones in military cemeteries are just NAME followed by rank and branch of service.
"Retired" is not included. It was pertinent when the person was living and necessary to note that the person was not on active duty. So, in the correct style it would be:
John Patrick Delaney
Colonel USAF
Or:
H.E. Copper
CW4 USA
Be safe,
Carolyn
Added by Carolyn Farnum on Jan 30, 2016 10:20 AM
cleemiller
RE: William Dohner
It was our pleasure.

God Bless!
Added by cleemiller on Jan 30, 2016 6:27 AM
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