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SCOTTSVILLE COMPANY.

Captain:
  Dallas U. Birch.
First Lieutenant:
  Frank J. Murray.
Second Lieutenant:
  Harold W. Dwyer.

No muster-out roll furnished.

SEDAN COMPANY.

Captain:
  W. H. Cheney.

First Lieutenant:
  Charles Toal.

First Sergeant:
  Kellog, Frank J.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Loomis, H. Williard.

Sergeants:
  Gilman, Lyle A.
  Shukers, Frank S.
  Smith, R. F.
  Wothing, James J.

Corporals:
  Chubb, Fred.
  Denman, Arthur G.
  Eaton, Glen H.
  Kellog, Charles S.
  Robertson, W. J. N.

Cook:
  Ellis, Delos.

Musician:
  Busby, Virgil.
  Hartzell, Max W.

Artificer:
  Hartzell, Harold C.

Privates:
  Ackarman, Fred.
  Atkinson, Tom J.
  Baker, Tom.
  Benson, Oliver E.
  Bever, Dan J.
  Blair, Mat B.
  Bossee, Mat B.
  Boyer, George.
  Bradley, J. Ormand.
  Brewster, Fred.
  Brunger, Arthur.
  Brunger, Ernest.
  Chubb, G. Elmer.
  Coover, Arthur.
  Crepps, J. William.
  Crozier, Walter.
  Day, Albert L.
  Ellis, Earl.
  Floyd, Albert J.
  Floyd, Robert.
  Garrett, Lee C.
  Garrett, Lin.
  Garritson, Perry.
  Hanna, A. R.
  Harmon, Frank.
  Harmon, Roy.
  Hays, Dwyer.
  Holbrook, Bert.
  Hudson, Wray L.

Privates-Concluded.
  Hurst, George D.
  Hurst, Sam P.
  Kellar, Edwin A.
  Kinkade, H. Shannon.
  Mack, Ellis.
  Millison, Ed.
  Moore, Ray.
  McBrian, Ralph.
  McGill, Buree.
  Owen, Earl.
  Rayburn, John.
  Roberts, John W.
  Robinson, Ed.
  Samues, Doyle.
  Sherrod, Leslie.
  Short, J. Ike.
  Simmons, Frank.
  Sleeth, Ivan.
  Smith, Cecil L.
  Staugh, John I.
  Taylor: O. Leroy.
  Thompson, S. S
  Thrasher, J. W.
  Warren Clarence R.
  Watson E. E.
  Wemmer, Ben.
  Westlake, Charles E.
  Williams, Alvin H.
  Williams. Walter E.
  Wilson, Dean.
  Wintermute, Earl.
  Woodworth, Brother.
LOSSES.
Corporal:
  Colville, Frank M.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Adams, Clyde,
    discharged.
  Adams, L. P.,
    discbarged.
  Brosius, Lee M.,
    discharged.
  Buckles, A. Y.,
    discharged.
  Buckles, Rollie I.,
    discharged.
  Casement, Floyd,
    discharged.
  Chambers, Miles,
    discharged.
  Denman John,
    discharged.

Privates-Continued.
  Dietle, Tom,
    discharged.
  Frye, Norman F.,
    discharged.
  Fulton, John S.
    discharged.
  Hays, Gene,
    discharged.
  Jenkins, Arthur,
    discharged
  Martin, P. W.,
    discharged.
  McGinley, Clarence,
    discharged.
  McNeal, John S.,
    discharged.
  Pinwell, Dan,
    dischargrd.
  Rodgers, M. R.,
    discharged,
Privates-Concluded.
  Rost, Charles,
    discharged.
  Starmer, P. B.,
    discharged.
  Stephens, Frank,
    discharged.
  Stephens, Harry,
    discharged,
  Strait, Elmer,
    discharged.
  Thornhill, Orb,
    discharged.
  Tucker, T. J.,
    discharged.
  Williams, Levi,
    discharged.
  Wilson, Wilbur,
    discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

This company did not perform any active duty, but participated in the various Liberty loan and Red Cross campaigns, etc.

STANLEY COMPANY.

Captain:
  Benson Armstrong.

First Lieutenant:
  Ralph B. Williams,

Second Lieutenant:
  Albert L. Flanner.

First Sergeant:
  Kellog, Percy L.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Flock, John F.

Sergeants:
  Elliott, Carl A.
  Rawie, T. J.

Corporals:
  Parsley, Harry.
  Rife, Clay M.

Privates:
  Akiles, Fred M.
  Allison, F. G.

Privates-Continued.
  Anderson, Jesse.
  Baker, Robert.
  Bartlett, Troy.
  Beardslee, O. H.
  Blythe, R. L.
  Boone, Clyde.
  Bruton, Charles H.
  Bruton, Fred W.
  Cannon, G. L.
  Carr, Arno R.
  Chaney, Robert B.
  Divelbiss, B. S.
  Divelbiss, E. N.
  Dougan, Robert.
  Ellis, C. O.
  Filtingberger, Charles.
  Granger, Fredrick.
  Grigsby, Isaac.
  Grigsby, Jesse E.
  Hanson, Martin.
  Holmes, L. H.
  Holmes, R. H.
  Holmes, R. H., Jr.
  Holmes, W. B.
  Justice, Louis.
  Klapmeyer, O. F.
  Klapmeyer, Win. H.
Privates-Concluded.
  Keltner, H. R.
  Lawson, G. M.
  Linder, John Z.
  Linder, Press.
  Lowman, John F.
  Mathis, I. M.
  McKinney, G. C.
  McKinney, H. R.
  Nicholson, P. J.
  Norris, P. M.
  Parsley, Lloyd.
  Quarles, V. J.
  Shanahan, R. W.
  Rawie, W. W.
  Sharp, Frank B.
  Sharp, Perry M.
  Simpsin, Will.
  Staten, Ernest.
  Thompson, A. R.
  Thompson, M. A.
  Thurston, Lafe.
  Weeks, S. D.
  Whitaker, B. W.
  Wyatt, Lambert.
  Young, J. L.
LOSSES.
Sergeant:
  Campbell, D. S.,
    discharged.
   Corporals:
  Allison, K. D., discharged.
  Allison, L. H., discharged
  Briggs, C. P., discharged.
  Briggs, G. D., discharged.
Corporals-Concluded.
  Flock, Lester J.,
    discharged.
  Grigsby, R. L., discharged.
  Lawson, W. A., discharged.
  Myers, Vernon, discharged.
  Wilkerson, F. W.,
    discharged.
Privates:
  Pitt, H. F., discharged.
  Pitt, R. L., discharged.
  Shanahan, C. E.,
    discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

This company participated in the Red Cross sale at Stanley, May 26, 1918, and the Red Cross sale at Morris, May 30, 1918; assisted in the Red Cross and patriotic celebration, Olathe, July 4, 1918. Performed guard duty and rendered other assistance; also won all prizes at Stilwell Red Cross celebration, Stilwell, August 8, 1918. The organization was very active in the third, fourth, and fifth Liberty and Victory loan campaigns.

STUDLEY COMPANY.

Captain:
  Harry Pratt.

First Lieutenant:
  George W. Scott.

Second Lieutenant:
  Alfred E. Mills.

First Sergeant:
  Stout, Earl F.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Turtle, Charles W.

Sergeants:
  Corke, Paul H.
  Currier, Charles H.
  Jones, Claude C.

Corporals:
  Davis, Charles.
  Kemp, Lee A. R.
  Pratt, William T.
  Rawson, William A.
  Senger, Leonard F.
  Simon, Edward F.
  Teater, Thomas C.

Musicians:
  Johnson, Floyd E.
  Walters, Fred D.

Privates:
  Ackley, Erwin.
  Best, Ivan E.
  Black, Tom D.
  Borger, Irwin P.
  Brewster, Robert L.

Privates-Continued.
  Cain, Purl L.
  Cane, John.
  Carrick, Ernest D.
  Chapman, Lawrence C.
  Clifton, Garrett H.
  Clifton, Lloyd R.
  Coffey, Charles M.
  Conard, Ralph F.
  Conard, Thomas A.
  Corke, Clyde M.
  Crawford, Cecil E.
  Cunningham, Floyd.
  Duckett, James E.
  English, Roy L.
  English, Walter S
  Epler, Fred J.
  Fallis, John T
  Foll, Walter.
  Foster, James.
  Gaston, James H.
  Gift, William F.
  Gilmore, Lewis M.
  Grinstead, William F.
  Hanson, Oscar L.
  Hayes, Louis.
  Haynes, Alva.
  Hines, Jonathan O.
  Hite, Albert B.
  Jackson, Millard.
  James, Carl E.
  Kemper, James J.
  Leamen, Roy C.
  Mead, Orren A.
  Merriweather, Homer C.
  Morgan, John F.
  Mowry, Lester L., Jr.
  Mowry, Walter J.
  McDowell, Joseph J.
  McGuire, Christopher C.
  Norton, George M.
  Paigh, Samuel E.
Privates-Concluded.
  Parks, John E.
  Phelps, Orin R.
  Pratt Abraham.
  Pratt: George H., Sr.
  Pratt, John F.
  Pratt, John R.
  Pratt, Joseph C.
  Pratt, Robert T.
  Randolph, Chester G.
  Raney, Earl D.
  Rawson, John J.
  Rennard, John C.
  Russell, Con.
  Sample, John P.
  Schizas, Manos.
  Schropp, Max M.
  Scott, Frank M.
  Shapley, Howard A.
  Shipley, Raymond E.
  Simon, Orin R.
  Simon, Walter S.
  Small, James H.
  Small, Owen T.
  Smith, Benjamin S.
  Smith, Walter R.
  Storer, Olin.
  Tea ter, Daniel E.
  Teater, Karl C.
  Transue, Roscoe J.
  Treu, John J.
  Trew, Ernest T.
  Wanamaker, Charles R.
  Wilcox, Elisha R.
  Wilcox, William H.
  Wilcox, William S.
  Williams, Charles E.
  Williams, George F.
  Woods, John R.
  Yocum, Mark A.
  Zimmerman, Thomas E.
LOSSES.
Sergeants:
  Johnson, Herman E.,
    discharged.
  Scott, Arthur M.,
    discharged.

Corporals:
  Corke, Ray G.,
    discharged.
  Dickinson, George M.,
    discharged.

Cooks:
  Mowry, Lester L., Jr.,
    discharged.
  Simon, George F.,
    discharged.

Artificer:
  Epler, Ralph H.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Best, Charles N.,
    discharged.
  Clifton, William McKinley,
    discharged.
  Ewer,Rolo S., discharged.
  Hyde, Walter R.,
    discharged.
  Moyer, Warner A., died.
  Pratt, George H., Jr.,
    discharged.
  Schroop, Bert, discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

The company participated in several public functions, such as flag raisings, public funerals, Red Cross work; in fact, the company was on hand whenever there was anything doing. It conducted military funerals for members of our company who died and assisted at the funerals of several of the boys who died in the various military camps. No one ever asked in vain for the services of Company A. Kansas State Guard. We were ready day or night, to do what could be done to the best of our ability, and I wish to state that it is a great pleasure to have had the honor of commanding this company.

Transcribed from History and Roster of the Kansas State Guard, August 6, 1917, to November 11, 1919, printed by Kansas State Printing Plant, B. P. Walker, State Printer, Topeka. 1925. 10-4436 Kansas State Guard footer


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