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HEADQUARTERS, 46TH BATTALION, Richmond.

Major:
  Edward P. Pendleton.
Captain and Adjutant:
  Hugh E. Atchison.
Captain and Supply Officer:
  Stephen D. Needham.

No activities reported.

COMPANY "A," 46TH BATTALION, Ottawa.

Captain:
  Elmer D. Manley.

First Lieutenant:
  Fred A. Clark.

Second Lieutenant:
  James W. Sutton.

First Sergeant:
  Gish, Leo N.

Sergeants:
  De Wald, Gilbert L.
  Jewell, Harry L.
  Ogg, Courtney S.
  Ramsey, Marshall.

Corporals:
  Davis, J. William.
  Dial, Arch.
  Fredeen, Paul.
  Harris, Clare M.
  Martin, Fred P.
  Thompson, George P.

Musicians:
  Jones, Aaron.
  Van Osdell, James R.

Privates:
  Anderson, Fred E.
  Bagg, Frank.

Privates-Continued.
  Bennett, J. Henry.
  Bledsoe, Jess L.
  Blow, Ralph E.
  Blum, Charles E.
  Bridwell, J. Roy.
  Briscoe, Guy E.
  Brooks, Walter S.
  Burk, Earl F.
  Burket, Francis L.
  Callan, J. Edward.
  Campbell, Otis W.
  Carries, Roy.
  Caswell, Robert B.
  Chapman, Clifford H.
  Clearman, Hubert T.
  Cooper, Edgar M.
  Cramer, Crayton P.
  Crotts, Vertiss I.
  Drake, Carl J.
  Dugger, John H.
  Elwell, Joel E.
  Foltz, Howard V.
  Gilliland, Hugh.
  Gilliland, Wayne E.
  Gilliland, William T.
  Hanes, Ralph S.
  Harrell, Theron P.
  Harris, John.
  Hartley, Oscar A.
  Hegberg, Boyd R.
  Herald, Roy.
  Herrington, Lynne R.
  Herron, Campbell C.
  Jones, Joseph D.
Privates-Concluded.
  Keen, Marius A.
  Kennedy, Carl.
  Kirshner, Dale G.
  Larson, Fritz Ephriam.
  Martin, Delph.
  Martin, Fred P.
  Moise, Percival R.
  Moore, Charles W.
  O'Connor, Roderick M.
  Overman, Harry C.
  Payne, Claude.
  Pillars, Jack.
  Printy, John T.
  Printy, William F.
  Ramsey, Will H.
  Richardson, Elmer E.
  Ricketts, Thomas L.
  Rowland, Blendon L.
  Sheldon, Clarence M.
  Shideler, Dwight L.
  Snethen, Everett R.
  Snethen, John W.
  Snyder William A.
  Southerland, Willie A.
  Spencer, Ralph E.
  Stephens, Lawrence G.
  Stevenson, Josiah G.
  Strafuss, Alfred M.
  Stookey, Roy W.
  Vickers, William A.
  Warner, Emanuel L.
  Weinheimer, Clarence.
  West, Ernest C.
LOSSES.
Sergeants:
  Moody, Clarence W.,
    discharged.
  Woods, Harry W.,
    discharged.

Corporals:
  Geiger, Charles T.,
    discharged.
  Lamb, Harold J.,
    discharged.
  Morton, John H.,
    discharged.
  Washburn, George H.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Barnes, Sereck F.,
    discharged.
  Bement, Mahli, died.
  Bennett, Frank R.,
    discharged.
  Bowers, Benjamin F.,
    discharged.
  Broyhill, Warren W.,
    discharged.
  Brumit, Charles R.,
    discharged.

Privates-Continued.
  Buckles, Horace G.,
    discharged.
  Byers, Juan C., discharged.
  Crow, Earl F., discharged.
  Davis, Fred B., discharged
  Doughty, Lewis,
    discharged.
  Emerson, Troy M.,
    discharged.
  Flinchpaugh, Fred B.,
    discharged.
  Fulton, Arch H.,
    discharged.
  Gowans, Ralph E.,
    discharged.
  Gunn, George W.,
    discharged.
  Guy, John, discharged.
  Harnish, John F.,
    discharged.
  Henderson, George,
    discharged.
  Hicks, James E., Jr.,
    discharged.
  Hughes Oliver C.,
    discharged.
Privates-Concluded.
  Johnson, Gerald T.,
    discharged.
  Kennedy, Harvey L.,
    discharged.
  Leonard, Forest H.,
    discharged.
  Mitchell, George D.,
    discharged.
  O'Neil, William C.,
    discharged.
  Peterson, Frank, discharged.
  Postem, Charles E.,
    discharged.
  Roberts, William W.,
    discharged.
  Senter, Andrew F.,
    discharged.
  Smart, Charles A.,
    discharged.
  Temple, Richard E.,
    discharged.
  Walsh, James, discharged.
  Watts, Edison E.,
    discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

Company A held biweekly drills; participated in Memorial Day and Fourth of July activities; guarded Liberty loan train. Assisted in Liberty loan, Red Cross and other campaigns; bought Liberty bonds as a company. The unit assisted at funerals of deceased soldiers, and acted as escort for returning soldiers. Maintained an armory at company expense, and disbanded with $150 in company treasury. Participated in social functions. Enjoyed our service, did some good, we believe, and learned some things. Ready to serve again if we are needed.

COMPANY "B," 46TH BATTALION, Richmond.

Captain:
  Roscoe M. Spencer.

First Lieutenant:
  Clarence E. Kelsey.

Second Lieutenant:
  Ray E. Duffey.

First Sergeant:
  Atchison, Harry V.

Quartermaster Sergeant.
  Bell, Fred E.

Sergeants:
  Evans, Foster.
  Grippen, William E.
  Henderson, Earnest M.
  Tippen, Frank.
  Wantland, Charley O.

Corporals:
  Akin, Wallace J.
  Atchison, Ray R.
  Brown, Guy C.
  Gentry, Earnest C.
  Kueser, Frank N.
  Rice, Squire B.
  Roecker, Arnold F.
  Weaver, Danial F.

Privates:
  Bell, John W.
  Berger, Daniel H.
  Binjamin, Theodore.
  Blake, Elvie B.
  Blunt, Bruce K.
  Brown, Oren R.
  Carpenter, Joseph D.
  Chambers, Albert F.

Privates-Continued.
  Chandler, Bradford.
  Clark, George A.
  Clark, John M.
  Cleceland, Earnest B.
  Cooper, Elmer C.
  Davis, Charley W.
  Davis, Silas W.
  Demorat, Cassada.
  Demorat, Charles W.
  Denchfield, Charley R.
  Denchfield, Richard C.
  Elliott, Chester J.
  Feuerborn, George H.
  Fuller, Harry N.
  Gault, Harry L.
  Gault, Ross.
  Gore, Doyle.
  Greenwalt, Frank R.
  Grippin, Guy L.
  Grippin, Leo W.
  Heckman, Perry V.
  Henderson, Bart S.
  Henderson, Howard C.
  Hobson, George F.
  Horstick, Harry C.
  Howel, Earl.
  Johnson, Frank W.
  Kepple, Fabian J.
  Kirkland, Quin A.
  Knight, Benjamin S.
  Lawton, Floyd D.
  List, John.
  Lundquist, Oscar F.
  Lyons, Charley E.
  Martin, Chester W.
  Mills, Orda.
  Mitchell, Elmer E.
  Morris, James A.
  McCall, Vernon J.
  McClung, Miles.
  McCrea, Robert S.
Privates-Concluded.
  McDaniel, Jesse D.
  McDanniel, Charley C.
  McDanniel, Harber.
  McEvoy, Lawrence F.
  McKay, George.
  McNeel, Willis M.
  McNeel, Willis R.
  New, Benjamin F.
  New, Freddie E.
  Patton, Clinton H.
  Peak, Erastus E.
  Pearson, Howard B.
  Pendleton, Raymond E.
  Price, Joseph Z.
  Price, Merl M.
  Rhodes, Elber W.
  Roush, Cleveland G.
  Roush, Lou E.
  Slocum, Charles G.
  Sigler, Alfred O.
  Spencer, Claude C.
  Stevenson, Harry H.
  Stevenson, Thaddius.
  Stevenson, Thomas L.
  Stewart, Charles A.
  Stewart, Chester R.
  Stewart, Harold I.
  Stringham, Morton H.
  Thorp, Erman E.
  Wantland, Walter.
  Waver, Charles N.
  Whitmer, Warren F.
  Williams, Francis L.
  Williams, John.
  Williams, John E.
  Williams, Ray B.
  Williams, Roy D.
  Winter, Charles.
  Wittman, Carl W.
  Worman, Merle E.
  Worster, Fred S.
LOSSES.
Captains:
  Earl L. Edwards, resigned.
  Edmond P. Pendleton,
    resigned.

Second Lieutenants:
  Ray W. Johnson, resigned.
  Clinton H. Patton,
    resigned.

First Sergeant:
  Atchison, Hugh E.,
    resigned.

Privates:
  Burlingham, William E.,
    discharged.
  Davis, Frank W.,
    discharged.
  Hanna, Rolland R.,
    transferred.
  Lloyd, William B., died.
  Morris, Christopher L.,
    died.
Privates-Concluded.
  Morris, Henry S.,
    transferred.
  Stevenson, William W.,
    discharged.
  Weisner, Alfred A.,
    discharged.
  Williams Polk F.,
    discharged.
  Wittman, John R.,
    discharged.

No activities reported

COMPANY "C," 46TH BATTALION, Lane.

Captain:
  Roy Hendrix.

First Lieutenant:
  William C. White.

Second Lieutenant:
  David A. Walter.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Hussey, Norman C.

Sergeants:
  Burkdoll, John N.
  Lafollette, Clint.
  Needham, Jasper H.

Corporals:
  Herron, Earl.
  Hurst, George E.
  Stamper, Thomas F.
  White, Verne.

Musicians:
  Chitwood, Archie J.
  Koontz, Ray F.

Artificer:
  Secrest, Austin O.

Privates:
  Adkinson, Francis L.
  Adkinson, H. B.
  Adkinson, Wesley C.
  Alexander, James W.
  Baffrey, John E.
  Baker, Arlan H.
  Baker, William O.
  Banks, Willie L.
  Bump, Charlie.
  Bump, Falcutt.
  Bump, Roy E.
  Burkdoll, Garry W.
  Burkdoll, Willie.
  Chambers, William S.
  Chetwood, John M.
  Cornelius, Isaac I.
  Cumber. John C.
  Creese, David O.
  Dobbins, James A.
  Edwards, Charlie G.
  Ellis, Jesse Oscar.
  Ensle, William J.
  Fisher, Louis H.
  Fisher, William A.
  Gerth, Cecil M.
  Glinkman, Louis W.
  Glinkman, Everett.
  Hill, Fredrick A.
  Hendrix. Shendan W.
  Hume, Edgar.
  James, George A.
  James, Guard F.
Privates-Concluded.
  Jenkins, Loyd M.
  Kenney, Chester P.
  Koontz, Francis M.
  Landess, George E.
  Lewis, Albert A.
  Mills, Gideon G.
  Mills, Harry.
  Mills, Joseph O.
  Myers, Arthur O.
  McNutt, Marion.
  Needham, Dana.
  Needham, Louis.
  Needham, Ray M.
  Needham, Stephan G.
  Nofsinger, George A.
  Owens, William.
  Pennington, Edward E.
  Rhodes, James E.
  Rowland, John L.
  Rowland, William E.
  Schlagle, Charles E.
  Seever, Casper H.
  Smith, Elmer E.
  Soper, Milvin.
  Thomlinson, Walton A.
  Triplett, Jerry.
  Tripp, Willie W.
  Vinson, Sylvanus B.
  Waln, Glen E.
  White, Alva L.
  Wolter, Herman W.
  Zinnbrun, Loyd M.
LOSSES.
Captain:
  Stephen D. Needham,
    discharged.

First Lieutenant:
  Dalton, Orion G., resigned.

Quartermaster Sergeant:
  Monroe, Loyd H.,
    discharged.

Sergeant:
  Smith, Elvis E.,
    transferred.

Corporals:
  Barber, Charlie, discharged.
  Hendrix, Oscar E.,
    discharged.

Corporals-Concluded.
  Pennington, Stewart M.,
    discharged.

Privates:
  Abbott, Edwin F.,
    discharged.
  Coulter, Ward E.,
    discharged.
  Crow, Frank M.,
    discharged.
  Hendrix, George E.,
    discharged.
  Hendrix, Joseph J.,
    discharged.
  Johnson, James E.,
    discharged.
  Loch, John C., discharged.
  Pratt, Silas A., discharged.

Privates-Concluded.
  Rhodes, Charles, died.
  Rose, Ulyuss G.,
    discharged.
  Rose, Willis S.,
    discharged.
  Sturgeon, Henry C.,
    discharged.
  Smith, Richard L.,
    discharged.
  Smith, Willie L.,
    discharged.
  Welton, Victor A., died.
  Wheeler, James B.,
    discharged.
  White, Dewey, discharged.
  Wren, Everett W.,
    discharged.

ACTIVITIES.

Company C attended four military funerals, and participated in Decoration Day services. Attended the meeting and celebration at Olathe, July 4. Hunted bank robbers one day as a unit. Attended the competitive drill at Ottawa, battalion drill at Osawatomie, also held battalion drill at this place. The organization assisted in all Liberty loan and Red Cross drives.

The company drilled regularly every Wednesday night, and part of the time twice a week. Held noncommissioned officers' school once a week for three months. Drill was suspended after the signing of the Armistice on account of having no armory accommodations and the lack of proper clothing for outside drill.

COMPANY "D," 46TH BATTALION, Homewood.

Captain:
  Clarence M. Lewis.

First Lieutenant:
  Willis, Walter W.

Sergeants:
  Glidden, Robert D.
  Masters, Paul E.
  McClure, Alfred R.
  Wyatt, Clyde A.

Corporals:
  Chambers Clyde J.
  Funk, Harry A.
  McIntosh, George C.
  New, Rollie.
  Read, Earl R.
  Spore, Leon.

Privates:
  Anderson, Elmer E.
  Arnold, S. C.
  Bechtle, Ernest B.
  Brown, C. E.
  Bruner, Franklin A.
  Burgoon, David.
  Butalph, George M.
  Clemens, John A.

Privates-Continued.
  Clemmons, Sam.
  Clines, David N.
  Coroperthwaite, L. I.
  Dean, John.
  Edmeundson, Evert.
  Faulkner, Mack.
  Fredricks, Clifford C.
  Fredricks, John.
  Fredricks, Philip.
  Funk, Fred.
  Funk, John.
  Gay, Fred C.
  Graffham, Homer R.
  Graffham, Kester A.
  Greene, H. H.
  Guge, Fred.
  Hanna, Roland R.
  Hayes, Bruce R.
  Herring, Henry E.
  Higgins, Henry B.
  Hockett, Earl.
  Hockett, John.
  Hockett, Sam.
  Huddleston, Ira G.
  Huddleston, Thomas A.
  Killion, Cecil K.
  Lennes, Peter.
  Malburg, John.
  Mason, Frank.
Privates-Concluded.
  Mason, Henry.
  Mason, Robert.
  Meshimmons, Clarence.
  Miller, Newton.
  Moon, Forest.
  Moser, Fred W.
  McClure, H. J.
  McDaniels, Onie O.
  McDowell, George.
  New, Charley N.
  New, G. W.
  Owen, Henry E.
  Payne, Kenneth F.
  Peed, Lester R.
  Pennell, Delbert H.
  Plowman, John F.
  Poole, Frank.
  Price, Rawlie M.
  Rogers, Hugh E.
  Rozell, Cary.
  Seiler, Charles H.
  Seiler, George.
  Shirras, James.
  Shomber, Oliver H.
  Strider, Keyes.
  Sullivan, Tim.
  Warner, Ernest.
  Wilkerson, John.
LOSSES.
Captain:
  James Column, resigned.

Lieutenants:
  Osgood R. Harder,
    resigned.
  Jay Peterson, resigned.

Privates:
  Chase, Ralph E.,
    transferred.
  Hasty, Grant, discharged.
  Hasty, W. E., discharged.
  Holly, Ed, resigned.
  Mills, Peter T., resigned.
Privates-Concluded.
  Peed, Neil F., resigned.
  Rillion, Emery H.,
    deserted.
  Slagel, Glenn, discharged.
  Willis, Walter, resigned.

ACTIVITIES.

Company D held regular drills once a week until the Armistice was signed. The organization took part in several war activities, such as Liberty loan and Red Cross campaigns.

Was called to Williamsburg about October 1, 1918, to search for a child which strayed from home. Company spent one day and night and until 8 o'clock the following morning in the search when one of the lieutenants of the company located the lost baby.

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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