updated 04/15/2020

Allamakee co. Honor Roll
Men & Women who served in WWII

Surnames K-M


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Residence Notes
Kaeser, Charles Edward Waukon US Navy. Obituary
Kappmeyer, John Harpers Ferry US Army Air Corps. POW in Germay for 1 yr 7 mo. Born in Oelwein, Fayette co., he retired to Harpers Ferry. Obituary.
Kaufman, Harry L. Lansing Marine Corps; received service bars: Asiatic Pacific Theater w/2 stars, and the President's citation and star for the defense of Guadalcanal.
Keefe, Thomas E. Waukon  
Keenan, Clement J. Waukon Army Air Forces. Captured by the Japanese in the fall of the Philipines, when they took Nichols field; POW in Los Banos prison camp until late 1944/early 1945. Was working in a Milwaukee, WI bank when he enlisted for service in 1941. Son of Charles Keenan, Waukon.
Keenan, Ralph Thomas Waukon US Army. Corporal. Served in Northern France, the Rhineland, and Central Europe with the 231st Army Air Force. Obituary
Kehr, Louis Edward Lansing Obituary
Kelleher, George T. MD Postville US Army Air Corps Medical service. Captain.
Kelleher, James R. Postville  
Kelleher, Robert 'Bob' Postville US Navy, Ensign. Attended officers candidate school at Abbott Hall, Northwestern University, Chicago. Commissioned lieutenant in July 1943. Served with the Naval Air TRansport Service and was stationed in Cuba, Guam, Kwajelein and Saipan. He earned the American Theater ribbon and the Asiatic-Pacific Theater ribbon. s/o Mrs. Carrie Kelleher.
Kelly, Daniel P. 'Bud' New Albin U.S. Army, Private First Class; served in Co. G, 401st Glider Infantry; wounded on June 9, 1944 in the invasion at Normandy; MIA in Holland, October 1944; awarded a purple heart, good conduct medal, expert rifle badge & a glider pin with a star. A presumptive finding of death was made in 1944, it is unknown if his body was recovered.

The following telegram was received by Mrs. Verda Ingles of Racine, Wis. on Oct. 30, 1944: "The Secretary of War desires to express his deep regret that your brother, Private First Class Daniel P. Kelly has been reported missing in action since October 2nd in Holland. If any further details or other information is received you will be promptly notified. Signed J.A. Ulio, Adjutant General." Pfc. Daniel P. Kelly is the s/o Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kelly, of New Albin, and friends of the family express sympathy to them and hope they may yet hear good news of their son." ~Allamakee Journal, November 1, 1944 ~contributed by Paul Moritz


Kelly, Edwin F. Waterville  
Kelly, Gerald J. Waterville  
Kelly, Harold Lansing  
Kelly, Joseph F. Harpers Ferry Served in North Africa; s/o Ida Kelly
Kelly, Keith Waukon Served in France & England. Purple Heart. He was born in Jerico, IA; lived in Waukon for many years. Obituary
Kelly, Kenneth J. New Albin US Navy. Obituary & photo
Kelly, Leo New Albin  
Kelly, Marce Edward New Albin US Army. s/o John F. & Margaret (Kenney) Kelly. Obituary
Kelly, Maurice R. Harpers Ferry US Army Air Forces, Staff sergeant; 725th Bomber Squadron, 451st Bomber Group; Killed in action in Italy May 5, 1944. Buried plot D, row 22, grave 28, Lorraine American cemetery, St. Avold, France. Awarded a purple heart. Entered the army in Dec. 1944, he trained at Scott Field Radio School and Loredo Gunnery School in Texas. Sent to Italy in early 1944 & saw combat throughout the Mediterranean theater. Mother, Mrs. Ida Kelly, postmistress, Harpers Ferry. Obituary
Kelly, Norbert J. DR Waterville  
Kelly, William New Albin Served from 1942-1945. s/o John F. & Margaret (Kenney) Kelly. Obituary
Kenney, Carleton Edward

Postville / Waukon Gunners Mate Second Class. Declared dead. Reported missing in action December 24, 1943 while serving aboard the destroyer Leary in the Atlantic Ocean off France. Parents Klearance E. & Esther Winifred (Laughlin) Kenney, Petaluma, Calif.

MIA notice

He is buried at sea, and has a memorium inscription on his parent's gravestone in the Postville cemetery
Kenney, James Robert 'Bob'

Postville / Hazelton, Buchanan co. IA U.S. Army, served at Fort Lewis, WA. Parents Klearance E. & Esther Winifred (Laughlin) Kenney.


~photo contributed by Phyllis Peterson

Kenney, William Oral

Waukon U.S. Navy, June 6, 1942 to October 15, 1945. Served in the southwest Pacific. He was a Pharmacist Mate First Class at the time of his discharge. Parents Klearance E. & Esther Winifred (Laughlin) Kenney.


~photo & information was contributed by Phyllis Peterson
Keplar, John F. Waukon Captain, intelligence department; served in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, Sicily and Italy
Kermeen, Donald G. French Creek United States Coast Guard Merchant Marine. Born in Chicago, IL, he farmed in French Creek for many years. Obituary
Kernan, Patrick Leo Harpers Ferry US Army. Served in the Philippines. s/o John J. & Ellen Kernan. Obituary
Kerndt, Gustave Frederick

Ensign Gustave F. Kerndt

Lansing Ensign, USNR. Killed in action August 2, 1942 aboard the destroyer Sims in the Coral Sea. Newspaper accounts stated "..the Sims sank with almost all of its men still on board, and with guns blazing fiercely until the ship, nearly broken in two settled below the surface." Ensign Kerndt received a posthumous award. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Kerndt, Center street, Lansing. ~Waterloo Daily Courier, August 22, 1943 and the La Porte City Progress Review, August 27, 1942 - contributed by S. Ferrall

The DOD given in the newspaper (above) is incorrect. He was KIA aboard the Sims on May 7, 1942. The Defense Prisoner of War & Missing Personnel Office website gives DOD and indicates that his body was not recovered following WWII. - contributed by Errin Wilker


Kerndt, James Moritz Lansing Lieutenant, US Navy. Served in the South Pacific; s/o Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Kerndt. Obituary & photo
Kessel, Obien S. New Albin US Army. s/o Elton & Isabel Kessel. Obituary
Kessel, Donald R. Waukon US Army, Signal Corps. Awarded a Bronze Star. s/o Harry & Anna Kessel. Obituary
Kessel, Harry Waukon US Navy. He drowned 10/02/1945, buried in Oakland cemetery. Obituary
Kessel, William Waukon  
Kesselberg, Harold Waukon  
Kester, Wayne R. New Albin  
Kester, Robert F. New Albin  
Kiesau, Milton Frederick MD

Postville US Army Medical Corps. He served in Engand and France for 4 years. Obituary
Kiesau, Kenneth R. DR Waukon  
Kiesau, Edgar W. Waukon  
Kilgariff, Francis R. Lansing Corporal; served as an instructor in an armored unit at Fort Knox, KY; s/o Mike Kilgariff
Kilpatrick, Charles Waukon  
Kirkeby, Harlan O. Waukon  
Kirkeby, Kermit Hershel Waukon US Army 1942-1945. Attached to the Army Engineers, trained in map-making and camouflage. Served in the Presidio of San Francisco, the European Theater and was a part of the occupation forces in Japan at the close of the war. Obituary
Klees, Armond S. Waukon  
Klegseth, Martin V Dorchester  
Klein, Donald Waukon  
Klemme, Arthur Waukon Arthur saw action in the Battle of the Bulge, and received a purple heart. He passed away in March 2004, while living in Campbellsport, Wisconsin. ~information contributed by Gary Curreri
Klemme, Earl Waukon  
Klinkle, Robert L. Waukon  
Kluss, Charles L. Postville Lieutenant Commander. US Navy. s/o Nina Rush Kluss Harrington. Obituary
Kneeland, Francis Paul Postville US Navy, 1944-1946. s/o William & Helen (Waters) Kneeland. Obituary
Kneeland, Robert W.

Postville Lieutenant, US Army Air Force. Served as a navigator-bombardier in the 'Apaches' with the Fifth Air Force in Hawaii, Australia, New Guinea, Netherland East Indies and the Phillipines. Killed in action on Blak Island, in the South Pacific on December 2, 1944. Obituary
Kneeskern, James Postville US Army. Enlisted on June 27, 1941. He got his basic training at Camp Polk, La. and at Fort Custer, Michigan. He was with the first contingent of expeditionary forces sent to Iceland in January, 1942, serving there 20 months. He was sent to England, then France and was wounded August 28, 1944 while in action in France.
Knickerbocker, Henry O. Waukon 1915-1972. U.S. Army; Co B, 848th Signal Training Bn.; entered service at Camp Dodge, IA 08/3/1942. Dischg. 04/15/1943. Buried Oak Hill cemetery, Lansing.
Knight, Roy D. Postville US Army, Sgt., 3rd Division, 41st Field Artillery. Served in North Africa & Europe. s/o Charles & Jenny Knight. Born in Colorado, he lived in Postville for many years. 1917-1976. Buried in the Postville cemetery. Obituary
Knopf, Paul Waukon Junction  
Koch, Robert O. Lansing  
Koevenig, Donald Postville  
Kolsrud, Lloyd Raymond Waterville US Army, 23rd General Hospital Medic, Africa, Italy & France. s/o Ben H. & Hulda Kolsrud. Obituary
Koopman, Harlan E. Postville US Marine Corps. s/o Henry & Johanna Koopman. Obituary
Korton, Joseph T. Waukon  
Kosbau, Donald O. Waukon Private First Class. Died December 18, 1944 of wounds received in action in Germany December 17, 1944. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kosbau, RFD, Waukon.
Kosbau, Harold J. Waukon Navy Air Corps; commissioned ensign at Corpus Christi, Texas in Aug. 1944
Kosbau, Henry Waukon  
Kosbau, Howard Waukon  
Kosbau, Paul S. Waukon  
Kosbau, Ralph Waukon  
Kosbau, Ruth Waukon 1st Lieutenant; stationed on the West coast; d/o Charles Kosbau
Koth, Donald F. Postville Private. Killed in action in Salerno, Italy, January 9, 1944. Father, Vern H. Koth, Postville
Krebs, Edwin G. DR Lansing US Navy Medical Officer. Obituary
Kroack, Kalman New Albin  
Krocheski, Joseph E. REV Waukon  
Krousie, Allan Luana  
Kruger, Donald J. Waukon  
Kruger, Alfred Conrad Waukon US Army, served in Normandy, Northern France, and Rhineland. Obituary
Kruger, Robert F. Waukon  
Kruger, Niles Waukon Junction  
Kruse, Leo Harden US Army. s/o Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy Kruse.
Kruse, Milton W. Monona, Clayton co.  
Kruse, Norbert J. Postville  
Kuester, Adolph A. Monona, Clayton co.  
Kurdelmeier, Lyle C. Postville  
Lampert, Arthur New Albin  
Lampman, Lafe Alonzo Postville/Castalia US Navy. s/o Richard H. & Louisa Lampman, he was born in Hancock co. Iowa. Obituary
Lane, Earl G. Waukon  
Lang / Lange, Harold Edward Waukon US Army, Anti Tank Company, 16th Infantry. Saw action in Normandy & other parts of Central Europe. Born in Minnesota, he lived & worked in the Waukon area for many years. Obituary
Langheim, Robert L. Lansing  
Larkin, Donald J. Waterville  
Larkin, Michael L. Harpers Ferry  
Larson, Norval H. Waukon US Army; enlisted March 9, 1943. s/o Arthur & Gennette Larson
Larson, Leslie Waukon US Navy, Seaman; enlisted in 1941; participated in the invasion of France on D-Day; was aboard an LST ship; s/o Arthur Larson & brother of Norval
Larson, Ruth Selena Waukon WAVE, took her Wave training in Stillwater, OK, 1942, and was one of the first WAVEs from NE Iowa and one of five women yeomen. In June, 1944, she was commissioned an ensign in the naval reserve and assigned to headquarters of the commander-in-chief of the U.S. fleet at Washington.
Larson, Hilbert A. Postville US Air Force & US Army. s/o John & Ida Larson in Carpenter, Iowa, he lived in Postville for many years. Obituary
Lashway, Herbert F. Postville  
Latterman, Hartley L. Postville Pfc US Army. Wounded in action while serving with the Army in the European region in March 1945
LaVelle, Ralph Postville US Army. s/o William & Celia LaVelle. Obituary
Lawson, Donald William

Waukon US Army. Private First Class. Killed in action in New Guinea June 23, 1944. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawson, RFD, Postville. Awarded the Silver Star posthumously. Remains returned to the U.S. c1948, buried in the 1920 Addition Oakland cemetery, Waukon. Obituary
Lawson, Allen L. Waukon US Navy. s/o Ellwood & Caroline Lawson. Obituary
Lawson, Jean C. Waukon s/o Ellwood & Caroline Lawson. Obituary
Leas, Allen A. 'Bud' Waterville US Army. Obit & photo
Leas, Harry Dale Waterville Army Air Corps, B-17 bombardier in 35 missions over Germany. s/o Harry & Sarah Leas. Obituary & photo
Lee, Eugene R. Waukon Junction / West Ridge US Army volunteer. Entered the service in April 1941 as a 'replacement' for a trainee who had been rejected.
Lee, William T. Dorchester Entered the service in 1941, among the first of Allamakee co. men to volunteer.
LeHew, Robert O. Harpers Ferry  
LeHew, Ralph E. Harpers Ferry  
Leikvold, Gordon R. Waukon Private, Q.M.C., HQ Det. Killed in an truck accident while serving at Grider Field, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, April 13, 1943. Buried East Paint Creek cemetery. Obituary
Leiran, Harry N. Waterville  
Leiran, Helmer Waukon S. Sgt., reported MIA over Yugoslavia in May 1944, he later cabled his parents "Safe and well. Letter follows.", s/o Martin Leiran
Lemme, Milton Waukon  
Lenth, Edison A. Elkader / Waukon US Navy, Radarman on the USS LSM217 in the Pacific. Obituary
Leppert, Willard Waukon/Seattle, Washington Served in the Rainbow division in the Pacific. Obituary
Lightcap, Paul G. Waukon  
Lindblom, John Harold Waukon U.S. Navy. Died June 6, 1980 & is buried in the Center Baptist cemetery, Center twp.
Linn, Everette Edward Shelby, Iowa 1st Lieutenant, Army Air Corps B-17 bombadeer, flying 33 missions with the 100th Bomb Group of the 8th Air Force. He was for many years a veterinarian in Waukon. Obituary
Livingood, Kenneth E. Postville US Navy. Gravestone photo
Livingood, Opal Pauline Postville Corporal; Women's Army Corps (WAC), classified as an airplane instrument mechanic. Served with the 327th Army Air Force Base unit and the 310th Army Air Force Base Unit; earned the World War II Victory Medal, the American Theater Service Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood. Married Milo Kuhse in 1951. Gravestone photo. Obituary
Livingood, Webster C. Postville  
Livingood, William Postville US Army. Served in the Pacific theatre. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood.
Loftsgard, Stanley L.

Postville US Army Air Corps, bomber pilot; stationed at an air base in England. Awarded the Air medal with Oak Leaf Cluster for bravery in action over enemy territory.
Loftsgard, Ollard Orlando Postville US Army Airborne Paratrooper, cook.
Long, William Waukon  
Love, Earl S. Lansing  
Lucey, Francis B. Rossville  
Ludeking, Donald R. Waukon  
Ludeking, Alfred W. Waukon  
Luhman, Lloyd B. Postville  
Luster, Harry C. Waukon US Army, Pfc, Medical section, 1319 Service Unit; 09/03/1907-06/24/1971. Gravestone
Luster, Minor G.   S-Sgt, 554th Base Unit AAF; 04/29/1917-01/08/1960; Gravestone
Luther, John Daniel 'Chuck' Waukon US Army. He earned several combat medals including a Purple Heart while stationed in the Pacific Theater; participated in the battle of Saipan; s/o F. John & Margaret Luther. Obituary
Mack, Walter F. New Albin US Air Force. s/o Dennis & Bridget Mack. Obituary & photo
Madorin, Roland William "Tiny"

Postville U.S. Army; entered the service in August 1943; served in the European war theater with the 348th Engineers Battalion; wounded in July 1944, during the French invasion operations; later was stationed in Germany & Belgium. He attained the rank of Sergeant and was discharged November 6, 1945. Sometime later he removed to California. He died 12/18/1989 in Eureka, Humboldt co., CA (online Calif. Death Index)
Private Roland Madorin is now somewhere in England, according to a letter received by his mother, Mrs. Phoebe Madorin, Monday. "Tell the folks I'm going to try and live up to the reputation of my three uncles, Art, Pat & Mel [Brandt], established in the first World War. If I can do that, I'll be contented the rest of my life," he writes. Corporal Arthur F. Brandt made the supreme sacrifice while serving with the famous Rainbow Division in World War I. He was Postville's first volunteer and also the first to give his life on the battlefield. The American Legion Post here bears his name. Pat (William) is a mechanic at the local highway garage, and Mel, the 3rd uncle "Tiny" speaks of is now a resident of Decorah. Their mother, Mrs. Ida Brandt, lives in Postville. ~Postville Herald, 5/31/1944 (included the photo) - contributed by Reid R. Johnson
Magnusson, Arthur Lansing  
Magnusson, Harold K. Lansing  
Magnusson, Milton 'Jiggs' Lansing U.S. Air Force, First lieutenant; served with the 90th Air Force in Germany
Manning, George P. Lansing Staff Sergeant. Killed in action in Germany March 1, 1945. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Manning, RFD, Lansing
Manning, John J. Lansing s/o Patrick & Louise Manning. Obituary
Mark, Wilbur T. New Albin US Army, Master Sergeant. Born in Kentucky, he lived in New Albin for many years. Obituary
Marlow, Lester Norman Postville US Army, served in New Guinea & the Philippines. s/o Leon & Nellie Marlow. Born in Decorah, he lived for many years in Postville. Obituary
Marston, Craig

Postville US Navy. Radioman 3rd Class. Fought battles at Iwo Jima, Luzon and Okinawa aboard a destroyer escort. s/o Mr. & Mrs. Euclid C. Marston.
Marston, Jean Postville US Navy WAVE. Enlisted in August 1944 at Cedar Rapids. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Marston; a Postville HS graduate and attended Iowa State Teachers College & Upper Iowa University.  She taught school at Delhi, Delaware co. Iowa for several years prior to enlisting.
Marti, Grant Waukon Stationed in the Carribean; attended gunnery school in Washington, D.C.
Marti, Herman Philip Makee twp. US Navy. s/o Philip & Inga (Sorum) Marti. 06/29/1918-04/06/1987. Buried Old West Paint Creek cemetery. Obituary
Martin, Howard F. Waukon  
Martin, James C. Waukon  
Martindale, Donald Postville US Army. Sergeant. Served in the Philippine Islands. s/o Benjamin & Gunda Martindale.
Martindale, Robert Leland

Postville US Army. Sergeant. Inducted into the army, March, 1941. He served with the 107th Cavalry at Camp Hood, Texas. s/o Benjamin & Gunda Martindale. Obituary
Mason, Keith W. Waukon  Captain; Pilot and operations officer with a B-24 Liberator bomber group in Italy; June 1944 - was awarded the Air Medal "for meritorious achievement in aerial flight while participating in sustained operational activities against the enemy."
Mason, Willis Eugene Waukon  US Army, 1945-47. s/o Guy & Elva Mason. Obituary
Masonhall, Leslie Winfield 'Windy' Postville Sergeant US Army, 1943-1945. Served in the European, African & Middle Eastern theaters with an engineers' treadway bridge company. Obituary & photo
Mauss, Fredrick J. 'Freddy' New Albin US Army, Corporal, served in Ireland, North Africa and Italy. He was awarded four Bronze stars.
"Cpl. Fred Mauss arrived Wednesday of last week from the East Coast and is spending a 21 day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Florence Mauss, and brothers, Bernard and 'Connie' and their families after spending 39 months overseas in the European theater of operations. 'Freddie' has been with the Infantry Regiment of the 34th Red Bull Division. He returns as a veteran of the British Isles, African and Italian campaigns. He wears three battle stars on his European theater ribbon, combat infantry badge and the Pre-Pearl Harbor ribbon. He was inducted into the U.S. Army May 5, 1941, and spent one furlough here Oct. 15, 1941 before being sent overseas in January, 1942. Cpl. Mauss is receiving a most cordial welcome home from his numerous New Albin relatives and friends, but "Freddie" is just about the most pleased soldier you can meet to be once more back with home folks, relatives and friends, all of whom have just reason to feel mighty proud of him." and "Redistribution Station, Hot Springs, Ark.: "Cpl. Fred J. Mauss, new Albin, Iowa, recently home on a furlough after serving 39 months overseas in Italy and Africa, has reported in the Army Ground and Services Forces Redistribution State in Hot Springs, Ark. While there he will receive a complete physical examination, have his records checked, and be reassigned to a new unit." ~undated New Albin newspaper clippings, contributed by Errin Wilker
Obituary & photo
Mauss, Raymond J. Waukon US Navy. Served for two years as a diesel and an electrical instructor at Ames, IA before being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He was honorably discharged for medical reasons. Obituary & photo Biography & another photo.
Maust, Robert B. JR 'Bud' New Albin / Lansing U.S. Army, 307th Infantry Regiment, 77th Infantry Division; participated in the siege of Okinawa. Obituary
May, Eugene John Postville / Waukon US Horse Cavalry, which became the 9th Armored Division. Participated in defending the US border as a member of the cavalry, received the American Defense Ribbon for that service. As a member of the 9th Armored Division "Battling Bastards of Bastogne", he fought at the Battle of the Bulge. Obituary
May, Floyd O. New Albin  
May, Gerald New Albin  
May, James Richard Postville US Army. Served from 1940-1945 as a heavy artillery gun crewman with the 81st Field Artillery. He saw action in the Ardennes, Rhineland, and Battle of the Bulge. Obituary
May, Merlin New Albin  
McClintock, Sidney M. Waukon 1918-1992. US Army, Corporal. Buried I.O.O.F. cemetery
McCormick, Ambrose Waterville  
McCormick, William L. Waukon Staff-sergeant; bomber tail gunner; based in England
McCullough, John H. DR Waukon Commissioned in Sept. 1944
McCurdy, John Shirley Postville Ensign, USNR. Died August 1942. Mother, Mrs. Otto Fischer, Postville. Death notices
McDonald, Robert Edward Waukon US Army, Tec-4; mechanic, 1942-1946. Served in the Asiatic theatre, India and Burma. Obituary
McDonald, Donlad F. Waukon  
McDougal, Francis Earl Waukon Seaman 2nd class, USNR. Mother, Mrs. Elizabeth McDougal, Waukon
McGeough, Leon J. Waukon  
McGeough, Donald F. Waukon  
McGeowgh, Ray J. Waukon  
McGlaughlin, James F. Postville  
McGraw, Philip L. Waukon  
McGuire, Kathryn Postville US Navy Nurse, Ensign. After graduating from Postville HS, she attended nursing school at the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, graduating in 1941. She was the 1st Postville woman to enter the armed forces during WWII. Stationed at US Naval Hospital in Oakland, California and the Seattle Navy Hospital. She married Keith A. Bieschke 04/11/1943.
McKee, Cletus Charles Lansing World War II veteran serving from 1941 to 1945. Obituary.
McKee, Ralph L. Lansing  US Navy. He enlisted on May 28, 1941. Served at Sandpoint Naval Air Station in Seattle, Guam, and the Philipines, receiving an honorable discharge June 3, 1946. Obituary
McMillan, Roger Hubert Waukon US Army, serving from 1943 to 1946 in Normandy, northern France, Rhineland and central Europe. Obituary
McMorrow, James P. Waukon US Army, Private first class. Killed in an auto accident at Great Bend, Kansas, army air base, October 7, 1944; s/o William McMorrow; h/o Jean Welch
McNeil, Leo Postville  
McShane, Georgene Marjorie Waukon WAVE, enlisted July 1944
Medberry, Earl

Postville US Navy, Gunners Mate 3rd Class. He saw action in the Pacific war theater.
Meeker, Kenneth E. Postville US Army. Obituary
Meier, Amos B. Postville  
Meierkord, John Frederick DR Waukon Captain, US Army. s/o Fred H.& Lydia Meierkord. Obituary
Meikle, James E. Waukon  
Meiners, Gilbert E. Union City twp. US Navy, 1943-45. s/o Walter & Alice Meiners. Obituary & photo
Melcher, Noel N. Monona, Clayton co.  
Mellick, Francis J. Waukon US Army. Obituary
Meskimen, Carl S. Waukon  
Meskimen, Harold Waukon  
Meskimen, Earl Waukon  
Messler, Jack Aaron Postville Pfc. US Army, Armored Infantry Battalion. Captured near Luxemberg, at the Battle of the Bulge in December 18, 1944. Marched for 12 days into Germany, then transported in a boxcar farther into Germany. Prisoner in Stalag 12A and 12B, then in F64 a work camp near Liepzig. Released by the American 76th Infantry Division on April 15, 1945. Obituary & photo
Metzdorf, Addis New Albin  
Meyer, Albert JR New Albin  
Meyer, Afred George

Albert G. Meyer, Seaman 1st Class, U.S. Naval Reserve

Lansing Enlisted USNR 5/8/1944. Discharged 1/7/1946. Seaman 1st Class served aboard the USS Flint, the USS Douglas H. Fox, the USS Gosper & USS Relief. His parents were August H. Meyer and Clara E. Schweinfurth; wife was Lila Marie Sandry (1917-2012). Alfred was born 02/21/1916 and died 10/04/1957, buried Oak Hill cemetery, Lansing. Obituary

Receives Purple Heart Award

9th naval Dist. Hdqs., Great Lakes, Illinois, August 3rd, 1945
Alfred G. Meyer, Seaman first class, 29, U.S. Navy, of Lansing, Iowa, was one of 102 wounded Marines and sailors who received the Purple Heart at the U.S. Naval Hospital here this week. After the outdoor ceremony, the awarding officers went into the wards to pin medals on men unable to leave their hospital beds. Captain Frederick Ceres, Medical Officer in Command of the hospital, declared in his presentation address that "the Purple Heart conveys your government's gratitude for the victories which your courage and determination have made possible." "You now join the order of 'American Knighthood'" he said, "and your country will rely upon you in the peace to come, as they so confidntly rely upon you in war."

Seaman Meyer is the husband of Lila Meyer, and is the son [of] Mr. and Mrs. August H. Meyer, who reside at Lansing, Iowa, and spent the weekend with them here, coming from the hospital at Great Lakes, Ill., Friday afternoon. His wounds were received at the battle for the island of Okinawa.
~undated, newspaper clipping (included the photo on the right)

~information and both photos were contributed by his granddaughter, Debbie (Johnson) Odell

Meyer, Albert Simon Postville? US Army Reserve, Iowa, WWII. 09/13/1903-08/02/1973, buried Postville cemetery.
Meyer, Earl New Albin  
Meyer, Elmer W. New Albin s/o John & Frieda Meyer. Obituary
Meyer, Glenn New Albin  
Meyer, Hartley H. Postville U.S. Marine corps. Served in Asia, Pacific, Okinawa, Ryukyu Island and the occupation of China. Obituary
Meyer, Kermit Paul New Albin US Army. Obituary
Meyer, Leo Henry Postville US Army of Occupation in Germany, 1945-1947. Obituary
Meyer, Leslie C. Lansing  
Meyer, Loren F. Postville  
Meyer, Norbert Armn Dubuque / Waukon US Navy. Served aboard the USS Butler. Born in LaCrosse, WI & raised in Caledonia, MN, he lived in Dubuque & retired to Waukon in 1989. Obituary & photo
Meyer, Norman New Albin  
Meyer, Otto Waukon WWII veteran (unknown service branch); s/o August and Augusta (Deters) Meyer. Obituary
Meyer, Richard Gustav Postville US Army. s/o Frederick & Bertha Meyer. Obituary
Meyer, Sigurd New Albin  
Meyer, Victor Postville US Army. Entered the service in March 1942; s/o Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. Meyer.
Meyer, Warren G.

Warren G. Meyer, USMC, WWII

New Albin US Marine Corps. Enlisted in Jan. 1944; served in the western Pacific, including the invasion of Okinawa; died in Guam 2/5/1946. Obituary
Meyers, Robert L. Postville  
Moe, Marvin Lansing/Village Creek US Navy & Merchant Marines. Obituary
Mohn, Joseph R. Harpers Ferry US Army, Private; 6th Infantry Battalion, 1st Armored Division. Killed in action in Mediterranean area, Italy, January 4, 1944. Buried plot G, row 7, grave 24, Sicily-Rome American cemetery, Nettuno, Italy. Mother, Mrs. Lillian Mohn, Harpers Ferry. Obituary
Mohn, Thomas Harpers Ferry US Army; entered the service in October 1942. Son of Jess & Lillian Mohn, Harpers Ferry.
Mohs, Harold Eldo Postville US Army, served in the Philippines and New Guinea. Obituary
Moody, Gerald F. Lansing U.S. Army, corporal; entered the service 09/11/1942
Mooney, James L. Lansing US Army. s/o Eugene & Celia Mooney. Obituary
Moore, Robert 'Bob' New Albin "M.O.M.M. 3-c Robert Moore arrived here last Friday and is spending a 30 day leave at the home of his mother, Mrs. Hiller Metzdorf. Bob enlisted in the U.S. Navy April 15, 1941, spending 34 months overseas. He has participated in three major battles: Pearl harbor, Guadalcanal and Bougainville. He looks fine and is receiving a cordial greeting from his many New Albin relatives and friends, but Bob is just about the most pleased as any to be home." ~undated New Albin newspaper clipping, contributed by Errin Wilker
Moore, Roy J. New Albin US Navy, Armed Guard, serving off the coast of Brazil, in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic. s/o Cornelius & Maude Moore. Obituary & photo
Morgan, James S. New Albin U.S. Army, 34th Division 'Red Bull Division'. Served mainly in the African campaign. Obituary
Morgan, John New Albin  
Morstad, John W. Waukon  
Moser, Paul Nicholas DVM Postville US Air Force. He was born in Clayton co. Iowa, but was a Veterinarian in Postville for many years. Obituary & photo
Mosier, Karl Burton Waukon US Army. Served in the South Pacific from November 1942-January 1946. Obituary
Moyer, Donald W. Waukon  
Mulholland, Everett 'Fat' Lansing US Navy; served in the South Pacific. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mulholland; Obituary
Mulholland, Harry Lansing s/o Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mulholland
Mulholland, Phillip Lansing US. Army, Pfc. Dubuque Telegraph-Herald 6/9/1944: "...seriously ill with spinal meningitis in an English hospital since May 30, 1944."; s/o Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mulholland
Mulholland, T. Herbert Lansing U.S. Army; served with a construction battalion; s/o Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mulholland
Mulholland, Raymond D. Lansing U.S. Army, paratrooper, 101st Airborne Division, also served with 377th Field Artillery Battalion; participated in the Battle of the Bulge. Obituary
Mullarkey, Linus Lansing Obituary
Murphy, Charles Oliver Waukon US Navy, Chief Pharmacist's Mate. Served tours of duty from 1936 to 1941, and from 1942 to 1945. He was stationed aboard various ships, at Pearl Harbor and was present at the Normandy Invasion. Born in in Easton, MD, he moved to Waukon in 1947 where he lived the remainder of his life. Obituary & photo.
Murphy, John Wexford Served in WWII. s/o John J. and Mary Ellen (Thornton) Murphy. Obituary
Murphy, William New Albin  
Myers, Robert L. 'Bob' Postville US Marine Corps. Stationed in the southwest Pacific, he was commissioned a Lieutenant in June 1943. He participated in the battles of Guadalcanal, was in the engagement during which the Americans took Tarawa and saw action on Saipan. s/o Dr. & Mrs. J.W. Myers.


Surnames A-C * Surnames D-F * Surnames G-J * Surnames N-R * Surnames S-T * Surnames U-Z


~The original 875 names on this list were published in the Allamakee Journal, Lansing, Iowa, September 15, 1943. The names were on Honor Roll Bulletin Board at Waukon.
~transcribed by Errin Wilker

Other sources used to compile this honor roll, in addition to the contributed information:
~information from news clippings, obituaries, photos & funeral memorials in a WWII scrapbook compiled by Nina Harris Swenson, g-grandmother of Sharyl Ferrall, Allamakee co. IAGenWeb coordinator
~State Summary of War Casualties from World War II for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel from Iowa, 1946
~American Battle Monuments Commission website
~information from obituaries posted to the Allamakee co. Obituary Board
~information submitted by Allamakee co. contributors as credited in the entry.

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