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HEADQUARTERS, 26TH BATTALION, Attica.

Major:
  George Scott, Jr.
Captain and Surgeon:
  Mahlon A. Riggs.
Captain and Supply Officer:
  Volney B. Ballard.
LOSSES.
Captain and Adjutant:
  Keith S. Simpson, died.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "A," 26TH BATTALION, Attica.

Captain:
  John M. Garrison.

Second Lieutenant:
  W. M. Seaman.

First Sergeant:
  Hunter, Harry H.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Tomlinson, George P.

Sergeants:
  Clark, Richard B.
  Crowell, George F.
  Farner, Elmer F.
  Kille, John G.

Corporals:
  Berry, Hubbard T.
  Campbell, William A.
  Hildebrand, William C.
  Reed, Stacey B.
  Roberts, Linsay D.

Musician:
  Shannon, Val L.

Cooks:
  Giggy, George F.
  Grant, George.

Artificer:
  Colberg, Albert C.

Privates:
  Ables, Charles Wesley.
  Andrews, Harvey G.
  Andrews, Loyd G.
  Arnold, Emery E.
  Arnold, John J.
  Baird, Joseph W.
  Bateman, Allen C.
  Bell, Glenn E.
  Biberstein, Frank J.
  Brock, Werlly E.
  Cleveland, Grove C.
  Delhotal, Robert H.
  Detweiler, Uriel F.
  Drake, Grant E.
  Eralow, Habeo R.
  Field, Harry E.
  Hamden, Allen C.
  Hamden, John C.
  Harrell, William H.
  Hewitt, Edward L.
  Holcomb, George D.
  Holland, William L.

Privates-Concluded.
  Imel, Loyd S.
  Jacobs, Charles H.
  Kinger, Oliver Joseph.
  Lockhart, Joseph C.
  Martin, Carlysle E.
  Martin, Fred A.
  Martin, Henry L.
  Mifflin, Willie H.
  Morse, Harry A.
  McKaig, John Wolfe.
  Nagel, Gus.
  Neal, Thomas F.
  Oldfather, Herbert R.
  Oliver, Emery S.
  Pond, Alonzo A.
  Potter, Charles G.
  Potter, Harry H.
  Pryor, Paul C.
  Reed, Robert H.
  Ryan, Vincent A.
  Schoonover, Howard E.
  Silcott, Eston C.
  Sims, Frank G.
  Trent, George A.
  Wareheim, M. M.
  Welch, Rafael S.
  Welch, Wilbur G.
  West, Newman.
  Wine, H. J.
LOSSES.
First Lieutenant:
  Volney B. Ballard,
    discharged.

Sergeants:
  Johnston, Carlos M.,
    discharged.
  Potter, Samuel P.,
    discharged.

Corporals:
  Carmean, Wallace J.,
    discharged.
  Corbett, Charles W.,
    discharged.

Musician:
  Oldfather, Marion D.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Bolin, Benjamin B.,
    discharged.
  Chase, Charles E.,
    discharged.
  Clark, Tully H.,
    discharged.
  Cushenberry, Hiram,
    discharged.

Privates-Concluded.
  DeVault, William T.,
    discharged.
  Manwarren, Raymond 0.,
    discharged.
  Montyuigo, Edward R.,
    discharged.
  Pishney, Anton M.,
    discharged.
  White, Chester L.,
    discharged.
  Yocum, Charles T.,
    discharged.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "B," 26TH BATTALION, Kiowa.

Captain:
  Earl G. Thompson.

First Lieutenant:
  Albert B. Rumsey.

Second Lieutenant:
  Neil B. Blumberg.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Miller, James M.

Sergeants:
  Burt, Jasper L.
  Kendall, Joseph B.
  McCoy, Cecil C.

Corporals:
  Botkin, Carl.
  Brandhuber, Frank S.
  Dainton, James E.
  Mason, Harry L.
  Nichols, Joseph H.

Cooks:
  Ellis, George R.
  Streeter, Roy C.

Musicians:
  Primm, Reuben P.
  Samson, John P.

Privates:
  Bailey, Lloyd H.
  Bainbridge, Roy S.
  Baker, Ollie M.
  Botkin, Billie.
  Cavin, Edgar.
  Clark, Sam.
  Coryell, James E.
  Cowden, Henry R.
  Dixon, Carl R.
  Goforth, Roscoe L.
  Good, Forest A.
  Griswold, Hugh.
  Hendricks, William R.
  Henson, Cecil E.
  Heaton, John R.
  Horsburgh, Thomas.

Privates-Concluded.
  Jacobs, Sherman.
  Jacobs, Thomas.
  Jeffries, Homer.
  Leishardt, Preston H.
  Lenhardt, Henry.
  Low, Samuel.
  Mason, Albert L.
  McCoy, Daniel W.
  McHone, Newton R.
  Newkirk, Jesse D.
  Nichols, John H.
  Nida, Martin.
  O'Dell, Charles P.
  Parker, Roscoe C.
  Rea, Burl R.
  Skilling, Charles C.
  Thornburg, Thomas.
  Thornton, John F.
  Tibbetts, Zeph H.
  Tucker, George A.
  VanWinkle, Francis J.
  Whitton, Herbert E.
  Wing, Jera W.
LOSSES.
Captain:
  George Scott, Jr.,
    discharged.

First Lieutenant:
  Charles I. Dunn,
    resigned.

Privates:
  Ikerd, Roscoe A.,
    discharged.
  Rea, Harry, discharged.
Privates-Concluded.
  Records, Harvey D., died.
  Williams, Arthur L.,
    discharged.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "C," 26TH BATTALION, Harper.

Captain:
  James E. Burke.
First Lieutenant:
  Samuel F. Brown.
Second Lieutenant:
  Lemuel R. Galloway.

No muster-out roll furnished.

COMPANY "D," 26TH BATTALION, Medicine Lodge.

Captain:
  James H. Trice.

First Lieutenant:
  Randall J. Shaw.

First Sergeant:
  Thompson, Melvin E.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Pierce, Lloyd.

Sergeant:
  Benefield, C. C.

Acting Sergeants:
  Dill, George C.
  McCollough, Glen.
  Timmis, William.

Corporals:
  DeGeer, Frank.
  Ewalt, Sim.
  Knight, William P.
  McCumber, Owen C.
  Newsom, Herbert M.

Corporals-Concluded.
  Richardson, G.
  White, H. S.
  Woodward, Hugh T.

Privates:
  Axtell, Harvey.
  Axtell, Ned.
  Basey, Paul.
  Benefield, Fred W.
  Benefield, Ray.
  Branham, G. M.
  Carpenter, C. Ernest.
  Case, Gordon M.
  Cavin, Leaford S.
  Chance, Douglas.
  Dillman, W. L.
  Eby, Franklin.
  Elliott, A. T.
  Field, S. I.
  Frederick, Mike.
  Fullerton, L. W.
  Goodwin, John N.
  Griffin, Sam.
  Hall, Dan.
  Hart, W. L.
  Knight, William F.
  Lake, E. Ervin.

Privates-Concluded.
  Lonker, Ralph.
  Mooman, Fred.
  Moore, John.
  McCollough, Tom.
  McCune, C. Al.
  McCune, J. W.
  Newkirk, Harry W.
  Nixon, H. B.
  Orr, Albert L.
  Pelton, Harvey G.
  Pepoon, Oran.
  Post, Russel T.
  Rackley, Charles R.
  Reed, C. F. E.
  Reeves, Thomas.
  Sheldon, Ralph C.
  Sims, Joe C.
  Stevens, Lawrence W.
  Stirewalt, Fred.
  Stockstill, L. A.
  Stone, Howard S.
  Stout, W. E.
  Thom, Oscar T.
  Thomas, E. A.
  Woodard, J. H.
  Yoke, Earl.
LOSSES.
Captain:
  Kieth S. Simpson, died.

First Lieutenant:
  Mahlon Riggs, discharged.

Sergeant:
  Southworth, Otto C.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Cochran, Oran C.,
    discharged.
  Fair, H. D., discharged.
  Folkers, William J., died.
  Friend, Walter, discharged.
  Homey, William J.,
    discharged.
  Knight, Louis, discharged.
Privates-Concluded.
  Manning, Leonard,
    discharged.
  Moss, Harry, discharged.
  McCracken, Robert,
    discharged.
  Raynor, Lewis, discharged.
  Rogers, Ray, discharged.
  Smith, R. J., discharged.
  Stout, Wyatt, discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

Company D participated in all Liberty loan, Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., Salvation Army, and Seven-in-One drives, after its organization, in whatever capacity the committees of the above requested.

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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