Clark County World War I Veterans

Background photo supplied by Robert Zukowski & Owen Haigh. Clark County Draft Call, May 28, 1918.

This page is dedicated to the Veterans of World War I and their families. If you have any additions to share, please contact Allan Wessel.

Newspaper Articles

Clark County Draft Call May 28 1918 Newspaper Article, 1st Draft Call

Clark Co. Press Article, November 1992. Image 1

Clark Co. Press Article, November 1992. Image 2

Clark Co. Press Article, November 1992. Image 3

Neillsville Train Depot - Image

Other Clark County Resources

Clark County WW I Gold Star Listing

Ken Woods Burial Index of Clark County Veterans

Clark County World War I Veterans:

Aldinger, Henry Obituary (1887 - 1929) Colby Township
Becken, Halver Sr. Farmed in Green Grove Obit
Beaver, Peter Parents were John and Marry Beaver. Obit 2nd Obit
Cox, Aubrey Pvt, 128th Infantry, 2nd Marines. Died of wounds on August 5, 1918.
Decker, Oscar. Parents were Henry William Decker and Amelia Charlotte Buker. Date of Birth unknown. Date of picture is April 10, 1923. Oscar Decker Picture Picture supplied by Owen Haigh.
Elmer, Ernest Obituary (1895-1987)Eaton Township
Englebretson, James Obituary, (1897 1979) Hixon Township
Feit, Edward J. Obituary, (1894 Mayville Township
Fohrman, William F. Obituary Beaver Township
Franz, Adolph Obituary Warner Township
Franz, Calvin Obituary Warner Township
Fravert, Otto Obituary Warner Township
Hanson, Peter Obit (1899-1945)
Harry, Peter J Obituary (1886 - 1929) Colby Township
Hein, Joseph Obituary, (1895 - 1929) Pine Valley
Hart, Henry (1892-1967) Hewitt Township
Hunt, Marion WW1 Vet- 32nd division, died Tomah Vet. Home Obituary
Hunt, Newell The youngest son of one of Greenwood's pioneer merchants, born and spent his early youth in Greenwood, Clark County. Before World War I, Newell left Greenwood, moved to Chippewa Falls, where he was married in 1917 to Mary E. Comerford. The couple moved to Milwaukee, where Mr. Hunt managed an A & P Grocery Store for a few years after having served in the 107th Engineers during World War I. The 107th Engineers were a part of the 32nd Division Obituary
Huckstead, Thomas F. (1893-1918) Obituary
Klak, John James (1900-?) Biography
Kleinschmidt, William Herbert Obituary, (1895 - 1930) navy Lynn Township
Kuhlman, Arthur (1892-1944) Bio and Picture
Kippenhan, Herbert
Kreiser, Alfred Obituary, 22 Nov 1953 Loyal Township
Lange, Paul C. Parents Mr. and Mrs. August Lange Obit (1890-1972)
Lee, Ralph Obit (1886-1934)
Morrison, Mackman Obiuary (1875 - 1925) Butler Township
Myrin, Henry M. Obit (1895 - 1976
Neilsen, Christian S. Obituary (1875? 1923) Colby Township
Nelson, Isaac E. Biography (1892-1929) Mayville Township
Otaker, Sindelar (1891-1977) Hewett Township
Parkhill, Oakly Biography (1899-1973) Thorp
Schlagenhaft, George WWI WIS. PFC 42 MG BN 14 Div
Son of August & Amelia (Pohler) Schlagenhaft
Married Theresa Malick (Loyal, WI)
DOB: 13 Oct 1891 DOD 7 Apr 1962
Schmidtke, Otto Obituary, (1891 - 1969) Grant Township
Schwichtenberg, John Antone Biography
Shores, Ethemore Obituary. (1897 - 1930) Hixon Township
Schwarze, Alfred John Obituary
Shores, Ethemore H Obituary (1897-1930) Hixon Township
Schuette, Hugo H. 1895- 1970 Obit
Sorenson, Arthur Obituary, (1889 - 1926)
Stange, Frank Obit (1894-1961) Loyal Township
Thompson, Carl Obituary, l (1888 - 1918) brought from France KIA Hixon Township
Varney, Everett L. Obituary. (14 Oct 1918) KIA Eaton Township. 2nd Lt., Co A. Fought with General Black Jack Persing against Pancho Villa before goint to Europe. Illed in Action, October 14, 1918.
Wallis, Henry D. 32nd Division, 127th Infantry. Killed in France 18 Jul, 1918. Henry served as a cook and infantryman and fell in the acto of setting up his automatic rifle. First from Greenwood to perish in WWI.
Wehrman, William 1894-1981
Zukowski, Peter A. Bio & Pictures

The following information courtesy of Steven Lavey.

Garbisch, Ben Image
Johnson, Robert (December 1, 1897 - January 27, 1971): Served from September 14, 1918 to January 14, 1919; Company E, 2nd Replacement Battalion, Camp McArthur, TexasImage
Kronberger, Leo (July 20, 1895 - January 15, 1985): Drafted in Clark County on July 25, 1918. Served in France and Germany in Company F, 343rd Infantry, 86th Division and Company M, 49th Infantry, 83rd Division. Was an escort for German Prisoners of War. Discharged on November 5, 1919.Image
Sischo, Carl (July 23, 1893 - August 6, 1975)Image

First World War Sites

First World War Articles and Maps

http://www.schoolshistory.org.uk/Year9/firstworldwar/1918/june.htm

http://www.worldwar1.com/dbc/2marne.htm

http://www.42explore2.com/ww1battles.htm


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