HANSEN, CARL C.
Born August 4, 1892. Enl. April 1, 1918.
Pvt. Co. C, 332d Inf. 83d Div. Trained at Camp Sherman. Landed
Liverpool June 15. To Southampton; crossed English Channel on cattle
boat to Le Havre. To Mandres from June 10 to July 26 drilling ten hours
every day; under order of General Pershing regt. sent to Italy; to
Villa, France; to Valeggio; October 28 to Treviso, Italy, until ordered
to firing line; battalion re-located at Treviso on Thanksgiving day,
hiked all the way four days; to Genoa. Sailed from Genoa, Italy on
Italian ship Duke A’osta February 20; landed New York April 13. To Camp
Merritt; following Monday paraded in New York City from Washington to
92d Street on Fifth Avenue. Mustered out May 2, 1910.
Born April 10, 1894. Enl. February 25,
1918. Pvt. Co. H, 119th Inf. 30th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; Camp
Sevier; Camp Merritt. Sailed on Haverford from Philadelphia May 11;
landed Liverpool May 27. To Dover; to Calais. To Atlantic; to Belgium
near Ypres; to St. Pol; to St. Quentin sector. In attack on Hindenburg
line September 20; captured by Germans when wounded by machine gun
bullet in shoulder and shrapnel in hip; to German hosp. In northern
France; to Prison Camp Merritt in Germany for one month; to Camp Geeson
until November 18; to Metz to casual camp; to company at Wewaan; to Le
Mans; to St. Nazaire. Sailed on U. S. S. Heron March 21, 1919; landed
Charleston, S. C., April 3. To Camp Jackson; to Camp Dodge. Mustered
out April 12, 1919.
HANSEN, MARCUS E.
Born November 21, 1893. Enl. May 17,
1917. Sergt, 1st-cl. Med. Dept. Trained at Presidio, California, 7
weeks; to Camp Dodge. Promoted to corp., to sergt., to sergt. 1st-cl.
Served for 23 months in Medical Dept. at Base Hosp. at Camp Dodge.
Mustered out July 19, 1919.
HANSEN, ROSS H.
Born March 29, 1896. Enl. April 20,
1918. Seaman. Trained at G. L. N. T. S. Sailed from Norfolk May 24,
1918 on S. S. Mongolia; landed Brest June 8. To Aviation Station at
Panilac; to Primboef Aviation Station for five months; to St. Nazaire.
Sailed for U. S. on Susquehanna November 25; landed Norfolk December
15. Came home on furlough for 15 days. Sent to Key West for three
months; sailed along coast to Charleston; sent to St. Louis. Mustered
out July 3, 1919.
HANSEN, THEODORE OLE
Born March 30, 1887. Enl. July 25, 1918.
Pvt. M. G. Co. 316th Inf. 79th Div. Trained at Camp Gordon; Camp
Merritt. Sailed from New York August 30 on U. S. S. Plattsburg; landed
Brest September 12. To St. George; to Verdun; to Issencourt; to Dead
Man's Valley; joined 79th Div. here on November 7; November 13 to Etraye
until December 27; to Chercourt; to Bouisson for three weeks; to Cuzon;
to St. Nazaire. Sailed May 17 on the U. S. S. Texan; landed
Philadelphia May 29. To Camp Dix; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out June 9,
HANSON, CHARLEY B.
Born December 3, 1894. Enl. August 20,
1918. Pvt. Wagon Train, Q. M. C. Trained at Camp Gordon for three
weeks; Camp McClellan 7 months. To Camp Dodge for mustering out.
Mustered out April 2, 1919.
HANSON, HANS C.
Born October 11, 1896. Enl. June 24,
1918. Pvt. Co. D, 350th Inf. 88th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge six
weeks; to Camp Upton. Sailed for England August 11 on S. S. Delta;
landed England August 25. Crossed Channel to Cherbourg. To Semur; to
Chagne; to front for 11 days; to Vescemont for two weeks; to Toul sector
until armistice was signed; worked back to St. Nazaire. Sailed on U. S.
S. Aeolus May 19; landed Newport News May 30, 1919. To Camp Dodge.
Mustered out June 7, 1919.
HANSON, HARRY H.
Born March 13, 1897. Enl. August 14,
1918. Mech. Motor Transport Corps. Trained at Highland Park College 7
days. Discharged August 22, 1918, by reason of physical disability.
HANSON, HARVEY F.
Born April 16, 1896. Enl. January 5,
1918. Machinist's Mate. Air Squadron No. 3, Naval Aviation. Trained
at Charleston, S. C; at Pensacola, Florida, in flying. Mustered out
February 5, 1919.
HANSON, JENS C.
Born February 6, 1897. Enl. September 5,
1918. Pvt. 15th Balloon Co. 21st Regt., 19th Div., Coast Art. Trained
at Camp Dodge in D. B. for two months; to Ft. Barracks, Pensacola,
Florida, two months. during this time the armistice was signed and he
was sent back to Camp Dodge. Mustered out January 2, 1919.
HANSON, JESSE O.
Born July 21, 1893. Enl. February 26,
1918. Pvt. 1st-cl. Co. E, 351st Inf. 88th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge
until August 7; to Camp Mills. Sailed on Scotian from Hoboken August
16; landed Liverpool August 28. To Brockwood; to Camp Stony Castle; to
Cherbourg September 2. To Les Laumes; hiked to Paulinet September 7;
billeted in an old castle which was built in the year 1554, after
drilling there, left September 14 for Champau for further drill; into
lines October 19 in a quiet sector near the Swiss border in
Alsace-Lorraine; to Belfort, billeted in a village, Chaux; November 10
to Argonne and Meuse front, but did not get into action; arrived
Francheville, near Toul; at Francheville until November 28; hiked to
Houdelainscourt, maneuvered and drilled until ordered to do convoy work
into Germany; May 4 back to Houdelainscourt; to Gondrecourt; to Avoys;
to St. Nazaire May 18. Sailed on U. S. S. Mercury May 20; landed
Newport News May 31. To Camp Hill two days; to Camp Dodge -- paraded in
city of Des Moines. Mustered out June 7, 1919.
HANSON, MYRON HENRY
Born December 6, l895. Enl. February 25,
1918. Pvt. Co. A, 129th Inf. 33d Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; to Camp
Logan; pvt. Co. E, 351st Regt. 88th Div. at Camp Dodge; pvt. Co. A,
129th Inf. 33d Div. at Fort Logan. Sailed from Hoboken on Covington May
10; landed Brest May 23. To Medeire; to Somnie front; maneuvered at
Swa-upa-Treze until September 7; to Verdun September 7; to Verdun until
October 6; gassed in Argonne woods October 6; sent to Base Hosp. No. 23;
to Base No. 9, October 28; to Le Mans November 16; to Forwarding Camp,
where he joined original Co. at Ettelbruck Ruxenberg December 31; to
Brest. Sailed from Brest May 15 on Leviathan; landed Hoboken, May 22,
1919. Mustered out June 2, 1919.
Born November 29, 1895. Enl. February
24, 1918. Pvt. Co. A, 129th Inf. 33d Div. Trained at Camp Dodge
February 25 to April 5; Camp Logan April 5 to May 5, 1918. Left New
York May 10 on transport Covington; landed Brest May 23. At Brest three
weeks; to Moline Woods two weeks; to Ergries from June 15 to 30; to
Somme front near Corbie for one week; to Verdun front August 20; drilled
for two weeks then went into Argonne drive September 26; under shell
fire from July 19 to October 5; gassed by mustard near Aisne on Meuse
river; to Base Hosp. at Vittel from October 5 to November 5; to
Chatauroux from November 5 to December 7; to St. Agnew Casual Camp.
Sailed from St. Nazaire January 5, 1919; landed Newport News January
17, 1919; To Camp Funston; to Camp Dodge from February 1 to April 29.
Mustered out April 29, 1919.
Vista's Part in the World War.
Storm Lake, 1920, pp. 101-03.