Born September 24, 1896. Enl. September 5, 1918. Pvt. 1st-cl. 2d Inf.,
19th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge from September 6, 1918, to June 30,
1919. Mustered out June 30, 1919.
LINDBLADE, CHARLES AUGUST
Born August 2, 1886. Enl. July 24, 1918. Pvt. Co. E, 164th Inf. 41st
Div. Trained at Camp Pike; to Camp Merritt. Sailed October 1; landed
Brest October 13. To Contres; to Friend about six weeks; to St. Aignan
two weeks, and then were moved frequently until time for departure for
home; did not participate in any battle, but was under orders to leave
for front when armistice was signed. Mustered out March 11, 1919.
LINDGREN, ARTHUR E. C.
Born November 19, 1889. Enl. June 26, 1918. Pvt. Med. Dept. Mustered
out July 9, 1918. Re-enlisted September 4, 1918. Pvt. Hdq. Casual
Detachment M. O. T. C, Trained at Fort Riley. Mustered out on account
of flat feet, January 13, 1919.
LINDLIEF, CLARENCE ELMER
Born April 3, 1897. Enl. July 27, 1918. Seaman 2d-cl. U. S. N. R.
Trained at G. L. N. T. S. one month; to Puget Sound Naval Training
Station; reported for active duty on U. S. S. West Zeda. Sailed from
Portland, Oregon December 28 with cargo of flour bound for Brest.
Arrived New York January 29 where he helped load provisions. Received
a release from active duty February 3, 1919.
Born April 4, 1899. Enl. October 11, 1918. Pvt. S. A. T. C. Trained
at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Iowa. Mustered out December 13,
Born September 21, 1893. Enl. and assigned to 13th Inf. 163d Depot
Brigade. Trained at Camp Dodge. (no photo)
Born September 19, 1887. Enl. February 24, 1918. Pvt. Batt. B, 305th
Regt. F. A. Trained at Camp Dodge; to Camp Upton. Sailed April 2G on
U. S. S. Northern Pacific; landed Brest May 4, 1918. To
Alsace-Lorraine, Baccarat sector; to Meuse-Argonne; Oise to Aisne river;
to Cherry Chatraine; to Havicourt when armistice was signed; to Yonne
four days; to Verpel; to Arcembavr; to Malicome; to Brest. Sailed April
21 on captured Kaiser-Wilhelm; landed Hoboken April 29. To Camp Mills
two weeks; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out May 18, 1919.
LLOYD, THOMAS KING
Born December 14, 1894. Enl. June, 1917. Sgt. Co. 79, 6th Regt.,
Marines, 2d Div. Trained at Paris Island; Quantico, Va. Sailed from
Hoboken August 18 on the U. S. S. Von Steuben; landed Brest August 27.
In Meuse-Argonne offensive, went over the top November 1; after
armistice with Army of Occupation seven months at Rheinhold, Germany.
Won honors as expert rifleman; recommended for Good Conduct Medal;
recommended for reinstatement upon re-enlistment. Sailed on U. S. S.
George Washington July 25; landed Camp Mills August 3, 1919. Mustered
out August 13, 1919.
LOCKWOOD, IRA H.
Born November 29, 1883. Enl. July 10, 1917. Captain, Evac. Hosp. No.
1. Sailed from New York December 24, 1917, on British ship Canada;
landed Liverpool January 8. To Winchester 3 days; to Southampton; to Le
Havre. To Blois; to Is-sur-Tille; to Toul January 19; to Sebastapol
Barracks; to Evac. Hosp. until February 19, 1919; to Nantes; to St.
Nazaire. Sailed April 14 on Prince Matioka; landed Newport News April
27. To Camp Hill; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out May 5, 1919.
LOKKEN, ARTHUR O.
Born November 22, 1887. Enl. May 26, 1918. Pvt. Co. D, 352d Regt.,
88th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; there trans. June 15 to Co. 18, 5th Bn.
163d D. B. Mustered out November 30, 1918.
LONG, FRED G.
Born December 27, 1896. Enl. January 2, 1918. Pvt. Aerial Squadron,
Div. No. 831, Aviation Service. Trained: Winchester and Stanford,
England; chief work, mechanic in airplane service. Mustered out
December 23, 1918.
LOVESEE, HARRY S.
Born November 3, 1888. Enl. April 9, 1918. Corp. Batt. B, 12th Regt.
M. T. C. Trained at Wisconsin State University in A. T. S.; to Camp
Jackson as instructor in driving ammunition trucks. Mustered out April
LOVESEE, RALPH E.
Born January 10, 1893. Served in 15th Veterinary Hosp. Unit, Med.
Corps. (no photo)
LOVING, JOSEPH R.
Born August 25, 1894. Enl. February 24, 1918. Pvt. 306th Co. Batt. E.
Trained at Camp Dodge; to Camp Upton. Sailed April 22 on Leviathan;
landed Brest May 2. To Bordeaux; to front lines in Baccarat sector; to
Chateau-Thierry about 21 days; to Argonne front until November 10; to
Boudeville two months; to Noyen; to Brest. Sailed April 20 on
Agamemnon; landed Hoboken April 28. To Camp Mills; to Camp Dodge.
Mustered out May 18, 1919.
LOVING, THEODORE E.
Born November 19, 1890. Enl. February 24, 1918. Pvt. Co. C, 314th
Ammunition Train, 89th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge in Co. E. 351st Inf.;
to Camp Upton March 25, to Co. B, 39th Engrs. 3 weeks; to Batt. F, 305th
F. A.; to Hosp. with infected arm; assigned to Depot Brigade; June 10 to
Camp Mills, attached to Ammunition Train. Sailed on Cretic June 27;
landed Liverpool July 10. To camp at Winchester; to Southampton; to
Cherbourg July 12. To rest camp 2 days; to Eyseines; to front August 3
at Andelot; in motor trucks to Bourq; received more trucks next day and
began duty at front hauling ammunition to infantry and artillery in Toul
sector; September 14 to Bouillonville; to Flircy, Essy, Envezin, Limey,
Pannes, Benny, Thiaucourt and other small villages; in this sector he
was subjected to nightly shell fire and aerial raids on the road and at
Co. Hdqrs.; with others wounded and gassed sent to hospitals; rejoined
company October 15 at Exmouien Farm in Meuse-Argonne sector; supplied
infantry at Eppionville. Romagne, Cirges, Genes, Remonsville, Bayonville,
Barricourt, Nouahr, Tilly, Beauclair, Beaufort, Beaumont, Luhaville, and
other points; subjected to shell fire and aerial raids; October 25 under
heavy shell fire, many men gassed and wounded at camp and on ammunition
detail, at Romagne; at Barricourt took pontoon boats to be used in
crossing Meuse river; after armistice moved to Stenay, Montmedy,
Mixlatige, Belgium; to Arlon; to La Rochette; to Luxemburg; to Flussem,
Germany; to Gindorf; to Rohl, stationed here until May 10; to Erdorf,
Germany; to Brest. Sailed May 16; landed May 25 at Hoboken. To Camp
Upton; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out June 6, 1919.
LUCEY, JERRY T.
Born August 25, 1886. Enl. June 5, 1918. Pvt. Co. E. 338th Regt., 8th
Div. Trained at Camp Dodge. Sailed from New York August 1; landed
Liverpool. To Winchester; to Southampton; to Le Havre. To Bordeaux.
Sailed December 22; landed Newport News January 5, 1919. Mustered out
January 15, 1919. (no photo)
LUNDBERG, CARL ELEM
Born January 12, 1897. Enl. September 5, 1918. Pvt. Co. F, 88th Inf.
19th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; confined to hospital one month.
Mustered out December 17, 1918.
Enl. October 9, 1917. Trained at Santiago, California.
LUSHER, RALPH O.
Born November 26, 1893. Enl. July 24, 1918. Pvt. Hdqrs. Troop, Inf. 2d
Div. Trained at Camp Gordon. Landed Brest September 14, 1918. Detained
three weeks at St. Georges with influenza; joined the 2d Div. November 1
in Meuse-Argonne Forest; after armistice passed with troops across
Belgium to Luxemburg and the provinces of Germany west of the Rhine;
crossed the Rhine December 13 and began duties with Army of Occupation
until July 20; to Brest. Sailed July 25; landed Camp Mills. To Camp
Dodge. Mustered out August 14, 1919.
Vista's Part in the World War.
Storm Lake, 1920, pp. 145-47.