From Geneva Daily Times unknown date

Men Who Gave Their Lives in the Service of

Their Country in the World War

Mr. Henry W. Hamlin, Chairman of the special committee of the Ontario County Historical Society, charged with compiling a complete roster of the Ontario County men who entered the national service during the war with Germany, reports the following list of those who gave their lives in the service:


CITY OF GENEVA

Captain James S. Slosson
First Lieutenant Edward F. Winnek
Sergeant John K. Flynn
Sergeant James H. Savage
Sergeant Peter J. Toner
Corporal Henry K. Keith
Corporal Harold L. Kennedy
Corporal Alto C. Pinckney
Corporal Thomas S. Van Riper
Corporal William A. Williams
Wagoner Harry L. Crane
Private Albert R. Aumick
Private Frank M. Balisteri
Private Leon W. Brignall
Private J. Earl Daykin
Private G. DiClements
Private Arsenio Di Nicola
Private G. J. Fitzsimmons
Private Sullivan Flynn
Private Philip Golos
Private August Mauer
Private Howard J. Mulvey
Private Patrick J. O'Byrne
Private Thomas H. Quinn
Private Merritt C. Rogers
Private Horace M. Simpson
Private William Turner
Private William Gavin
A. Bonannjini
E. Cater
H. D. Goldy
L. E. Grandy
J. J. Ross
R. N. Graves
Killed in action
Killed in action
Died of wounds
Died of disease, Camp Deven, Mass.
Died of disease, at sea
Died of disease, overseas
Died of disease, after being gassed, overseas
Killed in action
Killed in action
Killed in action
Died of wounds
Died of disease
Died of disease, Camp Wheeler, Ga.
Killed in action
Died of disease, Camp McClellan, Ala.
Died, cause unknown
Died of wounds
Died of disease
Killed in action
Killed action
Died of disease, overseas
Died of disease, Camp Dix, N. J.
Died of wounds
Killed in action
Died of disease
Died of wounds
Killed in action
Died of disease
Killed in action
Killed in action
Killed in action
Died of accident, overseas
Killed in action
Died of disease, in Haiti

TOWN OF GENEVA

Mechanic Andrew L. Flynn
Private William F. Kelley
Died of disease, Troy, N. Y.
Died of wounds

TOWN OF BRISTOL

Corporal Murray L. Savage
Wagoner Howard L. Pierce
Killed in action
Killed in action

TOWN OF CANADICE

Private Paul Lawrence
Died, cause unknown

CITY OF CANANDAIGUA

Corporal C. Arthur Allen
Bugler J. Emor Burke
Private Albert M. Burnett
Private Samuel Lemma
Private John E. O'Brien
Private James L. Simpson
Seaman Edward B. McIntyre, U. S. S. Rondo
Miss Martha D. McKechnie, Red Cross Canteen Service
Killed in action
Killed in action
Died of wounds
Killed in action
Died of wounds
Died of disease, overseas
Died of disease, at sea
Died of disease, Hotel Manhattan New York City

TOWN OF CANANDAIGUA

First Lieutenant Frank J. Tolner
Machinist Charles L. Smith, U. S. N.
Miss Katherine R. Connelly, Red Cross Nurse
Died of disease, Camp Sam Houston, Tex.
Died of disease, Key West, Fla.
Died of disease, Camp Gordon, Ga.

TOWN OF GORHAM

Corporal George A. Miles
Private Charles H. Alcock
Private Leslie J. Campbell
Killed in action
Died, cause unknown
Died of wounds

TOWN OF HOPEWELL

Private Gilbert L. Gustin
Died of wounds

TOWN OF MANCHESTER

Sergeant Jerry J. Driscoll
Private Mike Abbott
Private Frederick Brooks, C. E. F.
Private Antonio Chartier
Private Tony Ezzo
Private Roy A. Johnson
Private Oscar J. Lindner
Private James A. Love
Private George C. Schrader
Private John P. Weinman
Chief Machinist's Mate Foster G. Whipple,
U. S. N.
Seaman Spencer Comiskey, U. S. N.
Killed in action
Killed in action
Killed in action
Died of wounds
Killed in action
Died of wounds
Killed in action
Killed in action
Killed in action
Died of disease, overseas
Died of disease, New York City

Died of disease, Hampton Roads, Va.

TOWN OF NAPLES

Private Laverne Boals
Private Henry D. Cornish
Private Jacob J. Schaeffer
Died of disease, Camp Wheeler, Ga.
Died of disease, Camp Hancock, Ga.
Killed in action

TOWN OF PHELPS

Private Frank Cornell
Private Seeley B. Parrish
Third Engineer Frank H. Hawley, U. S. Merchant Marine
Died of disease, Camp Aberdeen, Md.
Died of disease, overseas
Died of disease, Stapleton, N. Y.

TOWN OF SENECA

Private Walter W. Frary
Private Lawrence S. Hibbard
Private Lawrence J. Scott
Died of wounds
Died of disease, Columbus Barracks
Died of disease, overseas

TOWN OF SOUTH BRISTOL

Corporal Howard Helfer
Private Henry Herzberg
Killed in action
Died of disease, overseas

TOWN OF VICTOR

Bugler William A. Bartron
Private James Cooke
Seaman 2nd Class William Finear, U. S. N.
Died of disease, Texas
Killed in action
Died of disease, Brooklyn, N. Y.

TOWN OF WEST BLOOMFIELD

Private Frederick S. Bennett, Marines
Killed in action




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