CLABAUGH, GLENN E.
October 13, 1895. Enl. April 24, 1917. Pvt. Co. C, 16th Inf., 1st Div.
Trained at Fort Logan from April 24 to May 8; to El Paso, Texas, from
May 111 to June 2. Sailed from Hoboken on transport Havana, June 12,
1917; landed at St. Nazaire, France, June 26. To Gondrecourt until
October 10; moved to Lorraine front October 5; trans, to De Mouse,
October 25; moved to Toul sector January 5, 1918; in Toul sector
forty-five days; moved to Ligney, February 20; to Montdidier. April 15;
to Soissons July 15 and took part in the battle of Soissons on July 18;
wounded by shrapnel in right foot on that day; taken to field hosp.;
trans, to base hosp. near Bordeaux and was in this hosp. from July 26
until December 5; to embarkation hosp. December 7. Sailed from Bordeaux
on Aeolus December 17, as a casual; landed at Newport News, December 30.
Mustered out at Camp Dodge, January 21, 1919.
CLARK, DE LOSS W.
7, 1895. Enl. July 3, 1917. Chief Radio Electrician on U. S. S.
Illinois. Trained at G. L. N. T. S. and at Howard Radio School. Three
months in war zone on Illinois. Mustered out August 1, 1919.
CLARK, EDRIC FOSS
January 12, 1893. Enl. July 24,1918. Pvt. Co. B, 316th Inf., 79th Div.
Trained at Camp Gordon for one month: to Camp Merritt. Sailed on U. S.
S. Plattsburg, August 30, 1918; landed at Brest. September 12, 1918.
Trans, to the 163d Inf. for ten days: trans, to 316th Inf. and was sent
to front on Meuse-Argonne, and remained there until the armistice was
signed; was in attack on Hill 378, remaining in this sector for about
three months; moved to various camps in France and then went to St.
Nazaire. Sailed from St. Nazaire on U. S. S. Texan May 16, 1919; landed
at Philadelphia. May 29, 1919. To Camp Dix; to Camp Dodge. Mustered
out June 8, 1919.
November 11, 1897. Enl. April 23, 1918. Yeoman 1st-cl., District
Enrolling Office. Promoted from yeoman 3d-cl. to yeoman 2d-cl. to
yeoman 1st-cl. Trained at G. L. N. T. S. Mustered out January 31,
CLAUS, HARLEY H.
February 6, 1894. Enl. September 20, 1917. Sergt. Co. A, 350th Inf.,
88th Div. Promoted from pvt. to corp., from corp. to sergt. Trained at
French training camps. Sailed from New York on S. S. Delta, August 11,
1918; landed at London, August 25. Moved across the Channel to
Cherbourg, France, August 28. To Foutry; to Chaguy; went into center
sector of Haute-Alsace-Lorraine, October 4; transferred to Toul sector,
November 7, in offensive when armistice was signed; moved to Gondrecourt
area until May 7, 1919; to St. Nazaire. Sailed from St. Nazaire on U.
S. S. Aeolus, May 19; landed at Newport News, May 30. To Camp Dodge.
Mustered out at Camp Dodge June 5, 1919.
CLEMENT, CARL G. J.
2, 1896. Enl. July 29, 1918. Pvt. Co. H, 1st Training Batt. Engineers.
Trained at Camp Forrest and Camp Dodge. Mustered out January 6, 1919.
CLEARWATER, ROY D.
November 17, 1898. Enl. April 10, 1917. Pvt. Mach. Gun Co., 168th
Inf., 42d Div. Trained at State Fair Grounds, Des Moines, Iowa, from
June 30 until September 30. 1917; trans, to Camp Mills. Sailed on
Baltic for France; landed in England, December 9. To Brest, December
13. To Longecourt, February 23, 1918; to Alsace-Lorraine, February 26;
on April 14 relieved Nopmasoine; April 24, back to Alsace-Lorraine; June
30, relieved the 77th Div.; to rest camp; to Champagne front on July 4;
on July 20, relieved by French Algiers; July 26, at Chateau-Thierry
front; August 1, relieved by the 26th Div.; on July 28, victim of
mustard gas; to American Base Hosp. No. 66; trans, to American Base
Hosp. No. 67; to American Base Hosp. No. 44; re-assigned to company on
September 14, when at St. Mihiel front; relieved by the 77th Div.;
October 15 to Argonne front; October 18, chlorine-gassed, taken to Field
Hosp. No. 167; to Gas Hosp. No. 1; trans, to American Base Hosp. No. 58;
to Base Hosp. No. 52 at Remecourt; to Bordeaux on February 15; assigned
to casualty company of Co. E, 160th Inf. Sailed for the United States,
March 6, 1919, on the Luckenbach; landed at Base Hosp. No. 5 at New
York, March 19. To Fort Des Moines, March 28; then trans, to Camp Dodge
for discharge. Mustered out April 15,1919. (no photo)
September 12, 1896. Enl. September 5, 1918. Pvt. Inf. in Depot
Brigade. Trained at Camp Dodge. Mustered out February 25, 1919.
18, 1894. Enl. July 24, 1918. Pvt. Co. A, 316th Regt., 79th Div.
Trained at Camp Gordon in Co. D, 4th Replm. Regt.; trans, to Camp
Merritt. Sailed from Hoboken on U. S. S. Plattsburg, August 29; landed
at Brest, September 12. To St. George; to Verdun sector; to Genicourt,
joined Co. F. 316th Regt., 79th Div; to Meuse-Argonne front from October
15 to November 11; at Reiville from November 11 until December 30; to
Issencourt; trans, to Co. A, 316th Regt.. 79th Div. for two months; to
Orcaron for two weeks; to Hennicourt three days; to St. Georges; to St.
Nazaire. Sailed on U. S. S. Texan May 16, 1919; landed at Philadelphia,
May 29. To Camp Dix; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out June 8, 1919.
Born December 31, 1896. Enl. April 3, 1918. Mechanic, 1st Co., Coast
Art. Trained at Fort Blagler and Fort Logan. Mustered out January 4,
COLE, ELWOOD THOMAS
Born December 12, 1896. Enl. December 11, 1917. Quarter Master
1st-cl.. 6th Regt., Aviation Dept., U. S. Navy. Trained at United
States Training Station at Great Lakes, Illinois, and at Philadelphia
Navy Yard. Sailed from Philadelphia on Olympic, June 15, 1918. In
overseas service over six months at United States Naval Air Station in
England near the North Sea. Sailed from Liverpool on Leviathan; landed
at Pelham Bay, New York. To Charleston, South Carolina; to Akron,
Ohio. Mustered out June 2, 1919.
CONDON, WILLIAM J.
Born March 5, 1889. Enl. April 13, 1917. Pvt. 1st-cl., Co. M, 168th
Inf., 42d Div. Trained at Cherokee; to State Fair Grounds, Des Moines,
Iowa; to Camp Mills. Sailed for France on President Grant October 18,
1917; returned to port, October 28; sailed again November 14 on English
ship Celtic; landed at Liverpool. To Winchester; to Southampton; to Le
Havre. To Rimacourt; to Langres; to Baccaret; entered line of fighting
in Luneville sector, February 21; to Champagne, July 1; to
Chateau-Thierry, July 22; to St. Mihiel; to Argonne Forest; entered Base
Hosp. No. 24 at Maves, October 5, with blood pionsoning [sic]; later
went to Niederzessen [sic], Germany; to Niederbreisig; to Brest. Sailed
on U. S. S. Leviathan in May, 1919; landed at New York. To Camp Upton;
to Camp Dodge. Mustered out May 17, 1919.
CONE, HARRY L.
December 8, 1896. Enl. September 5, 1918. Pvt. Inf. Replm. Regt.
Trained at Camp Dodge for nine months and nine days. Mustered out June
CONLEY, GEORGE W.
10, 1892. Enl. May 7, 1917. Second Lieut. Adjt. Gen's. Dept., 81st
Div. Trained at Camp Cody. Sailed from New York on U. S. S. Olympia,
October 17, 1918; landed at Southampton, October 24. Landed at
Cherbourg, October 26. To Bordeaux with Headquarters Co., 34th Div.; in
November sent to Headquarters, 34th Div.; in Gen. Quarter Master
Headquarters at Chaumont; with Army of Occupation in Germany; assigned
to 81st Div. in June, 1919. Sailed from St. Nazaire on June 9; landed
at Newport News June 20; sailed on S. S. Manchuria.
CONNELL, ANDREW G.
September 6, 1888. Enl. October 20, 1918. Pvt. Veterinary Co. No. 1.
Trained at Camp Greenleaf. Mustered out at Camp Greenleaf December 19,
CONNELL, CHARLEY J.
21, 1900. Enl. September 9, 1918. Pvt. Co. A, Student Army Training
Corps, Dubuque College. Trained at Dubuque College, Dubuque, Iowa.
Mustered out December 14, 1918.
CONNELL, JAMES W.
17, 1890. Enl. October 1, 1918. Sergt., Co. D, 4th Replm. Regt.
Trained at Camp Gordon and at Camp Wheeler Officers' Training Corps.
Mustered out December 24, 1918.
CONNELL, JOHN R.
February 4, 1898. Enl. October 1, 1918. Pvt. Co. A, Student Army
Training Corps, Dubuque College. Trained at Dubuque College, Dubuque,
Iowa. Mustered out December 16, 1918.
CONNOY, THOMAS OLEN
December 24, 1892. Enl. February 24, 1918. Pvt. 1st-cl. Bat. F, 337th
Art., 88th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge, trans, on April 12 to 35th Div.
Promoted on August 5, 1918, to pvt. 1st-cl. Trained at Rumsley,
England, for three months; left for Cherbourg. To Sarogona for one week;
to Bains-les-Bains for three weeks; trans, from 35th Div. to the
Military Police Army Corps, Rumount; to St.Mihiel sector for six weeks;
to Verdun, armistice was signed while here; started following the
Germans into Belgium; was at Veron, Belgium, on Thanksgiving day; left
for Luxemburg; to Germany; left March 13 for Metz; to Toul; to Chaumont;
to Tours; to Le Mans; to Belgium, and was on the rifle range at this
time, qualified as a sharpshooter, April 1, 1919; to St. Nazaire.
Sailed April 16; landed at Newport News, April 28. To Camp Dodge.
Mustered out May 7, 1919.
Vista's Part in the World War.
Storm Lake, 1920, pp. 66-70.