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HEADQUARTERS, 22D BATTALION, Stockton.

Major:
  Joseph A. Bonebrake.
Captain and Adjutant:
  Hugh C. Sweet.
 

No activities reported.

COMPANY "A," 22D BATTALION, Stockton.

Captain:
  Robert C. Johnston.

First Lieutenant:
  Clinton C. Drotts.

Second Lieutenant:
  Lee Watts.

First Sergeant:
  Colson, Fred N.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Butler, H. A.

Sergeants:
  Bigge, Benjamin.
  Maddy, Merle M.
  Roelfs, Leroy M.
  White, Ed J.

Corporals:
  Allen, Wallace W.
  Ballard, Roy.
  Bigge, Edward F.
  Dryden, Orville B.
  Gallagher, Emmet.
  Risley, Charles C.

Cooks:
  Coalbaugh, Samuel J.
  Stroup, Clifton.

Artificer:
  Boyd, Richard J.

Musicians:
  Behrens, Richard J.
  Fealey, Ray.

Privates:
  Allen, Arthur.
  Armstrong, J. J.
  Beeson, Chester R.
  Bessey, Lymon R.
  Bishop, Frank.
  Book, Noah L.
  Boylan, Herbert M.
  Bray, Carl E.
  Burlin, Donald F.
  Clayton, Floyd E.
  Collier, John.
  Dopita, Frank.
  Eades, James H.
  Edwards, William E.
  Evens, Walter.
  Foaser, John C.
  Foster, Raymond L.
  Gallagher, Paul J.
  Gerrnwood, George E.

Privates-Concluded.
  Hale, James.
  Hill, N. F.
  Jepson, Mathias.
  Jones, Clement L.
  Kenworthy, Clyde W.
  Kenworthy, John R.
  Kriley, Frank J.
  Lamkin, Arthur E.
  Matheson, John T.
  Mendenhall, Orville F.
  Moore, Carle E.
  McMichiel, L. Omer.
  McNulty, Phillip J.
  Osborne, Wayne.
  Parmenter, Harry L.
  Reeves, Perry M.
  Rose, Kenneth S.
  Saunders, Charlie.
  Skinner, William K.
  Smith, Adolphius G.
  Street, Francis E.
  Thayer, Albert E.
  Thompson, Arthur W.
  Turnbull, Daniel.
  Vandoren, C. J.
  Weiland, John F.
  Wells, John M.
  Wildrix, Harold H.
  Wooden, Evert C.
  Wright, Asa R.
LOSSES.
First Lieutenant:
  Iven L. Perkins,
    transferred.

Second Lieutenant:
  H. C. Sweet, transferred.

Sergeant:
  Beam, William,
    transferred.

Privates:
  Barnes, Raymond,
    discharged.

Privates-Continued.
  Bryant, Roy A.,
    discharged.
  Buck, Norman,
    transferred.
  Burlin, Ralph, transferred.
  Coolbaugh, Charles,
    transferred.
  Cooper, Carl F.,
    discharged.
  Cooper, John, discharged.
  Green, Clarence J.,
    discharged.
  Griffin, Ralph H.,
    discharged.
Privates-Concluded.
  Hindman, Duffie,
    transferred.
  Jones, Paul L., discharged.
  Lesperence, A. P.,
    transferred.
  Morrison, David,
    transferred.
  McNulty, Leon, discharged.
  Robinson, William,
    transferred.
  Ruhaak, Edgar B.,
    transferred.
  Simons, Ed, discharged.
  Wilcox, Charles D.,
    discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

Company A, 22d Battalion, Kansas State Guard, was mustered in March 22, 1918, and on May 16, 1918, took an active part in the Red Cross drive, the company contributing $365.

On May 30, by order of the governor, the company assembled and participated in the Decoration Day program.

On September 4, 5 and 6, Companies A and B, 22d Battalion, held a three-day encampment at the Rooks county fair, doing guard duty, both for the city and fair association. The unit also participated in a battalion drill and took part in a comparative drill.

The company drove to Logan on September 13, 1918, and participated in the battalion drill and ceremonies.

In October all drill and other activity was stopped by the influenza, and the company was ordered mustered out April 29, 1919.

COMPANY "B," 22D BATTALION, Stockton.

Captain:
  Iven L. Perkins.

First Lieutenant:
  Ralph M. Burlin.

Second Lieutenant:
  Edgar B. Ruhaak.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Long, Ernest R.

Sergeants:
  Coolbaugh, Charles.
  Hebrew, Lenard G.
  Hindman, Duffie A.
  McMillen, John W.
  Robinson, William A.

Corporals:
  Beckley, George.
  Beeson, Oliver C.
  Bishop, Claude M.
  Buck, Norman H.
  Dryden, Charles G.
  Hampton, Wade.

Cooks:
  Bronson, Harley I.
  Moddy, Elmer.

Artificer:
  Balderstore, Lester.

Musicians:
  Felroy, Joe E.
  McCauley, John W.

Privates:
  Barr, Edward B.
  Bassford, Henry E.
  Beam, Joseph.
  Boyd, Alfred.
  Boylan, J. 0.
  Crowe, Willard L.
  Doughty, Raymond C.
  Dryden, Rupert F.
  Fry, John.
  Hammond, George H.
  Hammond, Frank H.
  Hammond, James E.
  Hance, Ray.
  Hansinger, William E.
  Hendricks. Dwight.
  Hunter, Eldie L.
  Johnston, Lark.
  Law, Alexander D.
  Law, Alexander L.
  Law, Allen D.
  Law, Commodore W.
  Law, Erwin Bradley.
  Liberian, Lenard G.
  Linworthy, Clarence.

Privates-Concluded.
  Look, Byran H.
  Lorbeir, Ernest F.
  Muir, Floyd G.
  Muir, George A.
  Muir, Leigh W.
  McCauley, Howard W.
  McCormick, Arthur C.
  McMichael, Ray C.
  Newbery, Ernest C.
  Ochampaugh Lawrence.
  Risley, Jerry B.
  Rose, Charles E.
  Silvers, J. D.
  Silvers, M. F.
  Silvers, Roy D.
  Simmions, William H.
  Simons, Charles W.
  Simons, James W.
  Sissell, Alvin E.
  Bissell, George C.
  Smith, Burnie 0.
  Stroup, Morris W.
  Swaney, John M.
  Thomason, Lawrence E.
  Thrasher, Robert S.
  Tudor, Buford.
  Valette, Ed.
  Valette, Joe P.
  Wallace, Delbert E.
  Wallace, Gussie A.
  Wyatt, H. 0.
LOSSES.
First Lieutenant:
  William B. Beam,
    transferred.

Sergeants:
  Ballard, Frank W.,
    discharged.
  Heling, August,
    discharged.

Corporal:
  Morrison, David L.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Albrigh, Albert F.,
    discharged.
  Bishop, Frank R.,
    discharged.
  Daughty, Homer M.,
    discharged.

Privates-Concluded.
  Hendricks, Dwight,
    discharged.
  Jepson, Christian A.,
    died.
  Merri, Andrew S.,
    discharged.
  Weldrix, Alvy L.,
    discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

Company B, 22d Battalion, was mustered into service May 24, 1918, holding weekly drills. The company participated in Decoration Day program, May 30, 1918, by order of the governor. Company assembled for three days' encampment during the Rooks county fair, September 4, 5 and 6, and performed police and guard duty; also, participated in a battalion and competitive drill. The organization acted as funeral escort at different times for Rooks county boys who died in United States service.

Regular drills were stopped October, 1918, on account of the Spanish influenza.

COMPANY "C," 22D BATTALION, Plainville.

Captain:
  U. Sidney Green.

First Lieutenant:
  Roy H. Wise.

Second Lieutenant:
  Beeson, Ellwood W.

First Sergeant:
  Travis, John W.

Quartermaster Serqeant:
  McReynolds, B. B.

Sergeants:
  Cox, Jay R.
  Rogers, Leigh F.

Corporals:
  Dorr, Frank C.
  Dryden, Albert A.
  Gardner, F. B.
  Gardner, William N.
  Jackman, Harry J.
  Keas, Hiram.
  Sawyer, Jesse J.
  Williams, R. L.

Surgeon:
  Barber, Charles E.

Musician:
  Glennon, Edward F.

Chaplain:
  Hubble, Tod V.

Artificer:
  Norrish, James,.

Cook:
  Killian, Dave J.

Privates:
  Anderson, Guy.
  Anderson, William G.
  Bartlett, Harold.
  Bissett, Alfred G.
  Bissett, Arthur A.
  Bright, Minson T.
  Bryant, Arthur W.
  Bush, Thomas P.
  Carlton, Arthur L.
  Couture, Julian.
  Crandall, Clarence S.
  Carry, William M.
  DeuPree, Gilbert R.
  Fike, Vernon J.
  Ford, Randall.
  Frye, Harry C.
  Gebhart, Carl J.
  Gillespie, Earl T.
  Hammar, Charles.
  Harrison, Clyde.
  Hauser, Ed J.
  Henderson, W. 0.
  Hill, William A.
  Jones, Boyd.
  Keas, Chester L.

Privates-Concluded:
  Lambert, Charles R.
  Mayhew, John 0.
  Mellott, Timothy.
  Mitchell, Joel T.
  Morton, Roy.
  McCormick, T. E.
  McReynolds, Parel E.
  Nicol, Everett.
  Perkins, Vinton A.
  Phillips, Cecil R.
  Pittman, Carl 0.
  Plott, Roy D.
  Posegate, Paul D.
  Pugh, John.
  Reddick, Lenard W.
  Reed, Fred H.
  Reed, Harry E.
  Reeder, Ralph L.
  Rempe, Frank J.
  Rempe, Martin.
  Sawyer, Roy M.
  Shaw, Harvey R.
  Sleichter, George.
  Toelkes, Joseph.
  Ward, Sherman.
  Weaverling, A. W.
  Westhusing, George.
  Wise, Ernest R.
  Wise, Fred W.
  Wise, R. D.
LOSSES.
Captain:
G. E. Giggey, resigned.

First Lieutenant:
  Arthur L. Anderson,
    resigned.

Sergeants:
  Gilbert, Clarence A., discharged.
  Harris, Milton, discharged.

Corporal:
  Williams, Kansas T.,
    discharged.


  Privates:
  Bedwell, Frank W.,
    resigned.
  Beisterfeld, W. Nicholis,
    discharged.
  Bement, Ray 0.,
    discharged.
  Bissett, Lea N., resigned.
  Breitenstein, James N.,
    discharged.
  Cronin, Frank E.,
    resigned.
  Fike, Christian K.,
    resigned.
  Keas, Elmer L., discharged.
Privates-Concluded.
  Keas, Barley E., resigned.
  Lee, John H., resigned.
  Shup, Arthur C.,
    discharged.
  Sleichter, Everett E.,
    discharged.
  Stagner, Everett J.,
    resigned.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "D," 22D BATTALION, Woodston.

Captain:
  William J. Morrissey.

Second Lieutenant:
  Grover C. Brittain.

Sergeants:
  Macy, William C.
  Marple, Robert V.
  Minnick, Clarence.
  Morrissey, James A.
  McCall, Mae J.
  Stechley, William M.
  Vanderlip, Oscar.
  Vandyke, Harmon.

Corporals:
  Farwell, Clay S.
  Graves, Ben.
  Guthrie, George.
  Nelson, Eaver.
  Pauley, George R.
  Tallman, William A.
  Triplett, Howard L.
  Williams, Ernest.

Artificer:
  Aldrich, Charles.

Musicians:
  Tallman, Oliver.
  Michener, William.

Cooks:
  Lewis, William A.
  Morrissey, John.

Privates:
  Alexander, Hector.
  Allen, Ellis J.
  Allen, Glen H.
  Aldrich, Roy.
  Atkinson, Elmer.
  Avery, Hugh
  Bodine, Irving
  Casteel, Roy E.
  Cochell, Robert W.
  Crawford, Orville C.
  Denman, James A.
  Dennis, Warren H.
  Downing, L. A.
  Dunlap, Clyde.
  Dunlap, Walter.
  Elder, Charles.
  Elder, Walter.
  Emrich, Fred.
  Engler, Ira.
  Gager, Clyde.
  Gager, Ira F.
  Gager, Karl.
  Goodwin, Harold.
  Goodwin, John.
  Grimes, Chester A.
  Grimes, Oscar.
  Hale, Ray.
  Hammond, Charles M.
  Haines, John H.
  Hassell, Louis V.
  Hennerling, Rollo M.
  Hollen, Harold.
  Johnson, Earl.
  Johnson, Frank R.
  Johnson, Pat.
  Johnson, Paul.
  Jones, John L.
Privates-Concluded.
  Macy, Walter.
  Martin, Frank.
  Meyer, Ed G.
  Miller, Frank L.
  Miller, Harris.
  Murphy, Elton J.
  Murphy, Frank L.
  Murphy, Ward.
  Musgrove, James B.
  McCall, Carl.
  McGhghy, Alonzo.
  McIntire, Ralph B.
  McNutt, Charles.
  Orr, Frank.
  Owens, Asa.
  Partner, Edgar C.
  Richards, Dan.
  Smith, Samuel C.
  Stillwell, Grover H.
  Thogmartin, Mack.
  Thomas, Lawrence W.
  Thomas, William.
  Triplett, Rupert.
  Vanderlip, Arthur J.
  Vandyke, Azel U.
  Van Dyke, Paul.
  Williams, James Y.
  Wiren, Ephrim.
  Yoxall, Everett P.

ACTIVITIES.

Company D participated in Red Cross relief work, and in removing debris after a tornado. The organization attended various meetings held in public halls and churches in the interest of a deeper patriotism, and reported regularly for drill, twice a week during the summer of 1918; did guard duty during the harvest time in the summer of 1918. Took part in memorial services on Memorial days, and Memorial services held in honor of soldiers killed in action. The unit attended the funeral rites of Melvin LaRue, who died in hospital, Great Lakes training camp. Watched and kept down improper propaganda; fostered loyalty, and promoted patriotism throughout the community.

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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