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World War I

 

BAKER, Robert
Private, U. S. Army
Co K, 324th Infantry Regt., 81st Infantry Div.
DOD October 07, 1918
(Meadows)
Arlington National Cemetery

BEASLEY, Jesse F.
Private, U. S. Army
Co. K, 324 Infantry Regt., 81st Infantry Div.
DOD October 17, 1918
(Francisco)
Beasley Cemetery

BOYLES, Livie R.
Private, U. S. Army
Co. C, 120th Infantry Regt., 30th Infantry Div.
KIA September 29, 1918
(King)
Mount Olive Baptist Church Cemetery

DODSON, William T.
Private, U.S. Army
Co. H, 120th Infantry, 30th Infantry Div.
KIA September 29, 1918
near Bellicourt, France when
Hindenburg line was taken.
(Sandy Ridge)
Ward Cemetery

HICKS, Burton C.
Private, U. S. Army
Co. M, l20th Infantry, 30th Infantry Div.
KIA September 29, 1918
near Bellicourt, France when
Hinderburg line was taken.
(Francisco)
Tilley Family Cemetery

JOHNSON, James H.
Corporal, U. S. Army
DOD 1919 in France
(Beaver Island)
Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery

KINGTON, Joe H.
Private, U.S. Army
Co. A, 120th Infantry, 30th Infantry Div.
KIA October 18, 1918
(Sandy Ridge)
Ward Cemetery

KINGTON, Willie E.
Private, U. S. Army
Co. D, 168th Infantry, 42nd Infantry Div.
KIA October 13, 1918
(Sandy Ridge)
Ward Cemetery

MICKEY, John A.
Corporal, U. S. Army
KIA October 18., 1918
(Tobaccoville)
Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church Cemetery

RIERSON, Ernest H.
Private, U. S. Army
128th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Div.
KIA August 31, 1918
Buried at: Plot D Row 36 Grave 26
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France

(King)

SIMMONS, Samuel J.
PFC, U. S. Army
Co. M, 120th Infantry,  30th Infantry Div.
DOW September 29, 1918
(Danbury)
Arlington National Cemetery

SMITH, Hilery J.
Corporal, U. S. Army
Co. G, 4th Infantry
DOW November  09, 1918
(Francisco)
Smith Family Cemetery

SMITH, Lester L.
Private, U. S. Army
Co. K, 325th Infantry,  82 Infantry Div.
DOD November 24, 1918
(Campbell)
Arlington National Cemetery

SPAINHOUR, Rober Lee
Private, U. S. Army
324th Infantry Regiment, 81st Infantry Div.
DOD February 02, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 12 Grave 61
(King)
Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France


SPAINHOUR, Roger S.
Private, U. S. Army
DOD
(Pinnacle)

STULTZ, Walter W.
PFC, U. S. Army
120th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Div.
KIA September 29, 1918
Listed on the Tables of the Missing
Somme American Cemetery
Bony (Aisne), France

(Dillard)

VERNON, Jesse A.
Private, U. S. Army
DOD February 22, 1919
(Madison address-Stokes)
Buffalo Cemetery

Wall, Trossy G.
Wagoner, U. S. Army
Supply Co., 119th Infantry Regt.,  30th Infantry Div.
DOD November 04, 1918
(Walnut Cove)
Arlington National Cemetery
Note: Click below on WWI Division History for Wagoner information

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YOU ARE REMEMBERED
116,516 BRAVE AMERICANS
WHO DIED IN WORLD WAR I


"Their devotion, their valor and their
Sacrifice will live forever
in the hearts of their grateful countrymen."
General of the Armies John J. Pershing


World War I Memorial - Bellicourt Monument

 

The Bellicourt American Monument is nine miles north of St. Quentin (Aisne), France on the highway to Cambrai and one mile north of the village of Bellicourt. It is ninety-seven miles north of Paris and three miles from the Somme American Cemetery. Erected above a canal tunnel built by Napoleon I, it commemorates the achievements and sacrifices of the 90,000 American troops who served in battle with the British Armies in France during 1917 and 1918.

The tunnel was one of the main defense features of the Hindenburg Line, which was broken by the American troops in a brilliant offensive in September 1918. Engraved on the rear facade of the memorial is a map illustrating the American operations. On the terrace is an orientation table.

Source: American Battle Monuments Commission
Inscription: Inscribed on the World War I Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery

KIA = Killed in Action during battle
DOW = Died of Wounds received in battle
DNB = Died in Line-of-Duty, non-battle
DOD - Died of disease
FOD = Finding of Death

Click here for World War I Memorial, Danbury, NC

Click here for World War I Map

Click here for World War I Division History