MACK, BURT M.
Born October 6, 1884. Enl. October 18, 1918. 1st Lieut. Co. N, 2d Bn.
In service at Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, Md. Mustered out January 30,
MACK, FRANK W.
Born October 23, 1881. Enl. August 27, 1917. Major, Chemical Warfare
Service. Served in Chemical Warfare Service, 2d Bn. Edgewood Arsenal;
at Second Training Camp Ft. Snelling; at Fortress Monroe, Coast
Artillery U. S. R. November 27, 1917. Promoted to 1st Lieut. Ordnance
Corps; to Captain, Ordnance N. A. June 29, 1918; to Major, Chemical
Warfare Service July 20, 1918. Mustered out March 20, 1919.
MADISON, ALFRED C.
Born December 12, 1891. Enl. July 29, 1918. Pvt. Co. A, 122d Engrs.
Trained at Camp Forrest July 30 to September 18. Sailed from New York
September 30 on U. S. S. George Washington; landed Brest October 13. To
Javes to November 12; to Allencon to November 20; to Le Mans November 21
and stationed there until May 1, 1919; to Joinville May 7 and assisted
in building stadium; to Brest June 21. Sailed from Brest June 30 on
Pretaria; landed Hoboken July 12, 1919. To Camp Mills; to Camp Dodge.
Mustered out July 20, 1919.
MADSEN, HANS C.
Born April 11, 1896. Enl. February 24, 1918. Pvt. 1st-cl. Co. 48. 20th
Engrs. Trained at Camp Dodge in Co. E, 351st Inf.; trans, to Co. 48,
20th Engrs.; to Washington, D. C. Sailed on U. S. S. Leviathan May 22;
landed Brest May 30. June 15 to Sens, truck driver for American lumber
mill; to Vaux Gironde September 14; to point near Bordeaux March 10,
drove truck for lumber mill. Sailed from Bordeaux June 10; landed New
York June 21. Mustered out June 30, 1919.
MADSON, CARL W.
Born September 28, 1895. Enl. March 9, 1918. Pvt. 75th Co., Regt. Hdtp-s.
C. A. C. Trained at Fort Moultrie. Sailed from Hoboken on U. S. S.
Sippeney September 6; landed Brest September 18. To Grieves; to old
Marne for training to November 11; to Le Mans; to St. Naizaire. Sailed
February 28 on Kronland; landed March 10. Mustered out March 17, 1919.
MAGNUSEN, CARL A.
Born August 5, 1886. Enl. May 10, 1918. Seaman 2d-cl. Trained at G.
L. N. T. S.; to receiving ship at Broklyn Navy Yard; to Ellis Island; to
Philadelphia; put aboard oil tank to Ireland; Naval Bay, six or seven
weeks; to U. S. S. destroyer Duncan, on this ship until January 14,
1919; to Norfolk; on receiving ship one week; to Key West; on U. S. S.
Dolphin on South Atlantic Coast Patrol until July 28, 1919; to G. L. N.
T. S. Mustered out August 5, 1919.
MANTEUFEL, HENRY FRED
Born September 17, 1894. Enl. February 24, 1918. Pvt. Co. E, 117th
Regt. 30th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; Camp Sevier. Sailed overseas.
From July 17 to September 5 was in defensive warfare in the Ypres
sector in Belgium; battle engagements and skirmishes experienced along
the Hindenburg line near Bellicourt and Nauroy September 29 to 30; to
Poncheaux and Geneva; to Premont; October 8 wounded; to hospital at
Trouville for two months. Sailed for U. S. March 27 with division.
Mustered out April 10, 1919.
MARCHER, GEORGE OTTO
Born October 26, 1895. Enl. June 21, 1916. Sgt. Co. M, 168th Inf. 42d
Div. Trained at Cherokee, Iowa, in Co. M, T. N. G.; spent winter of
1916-1917 in service on Mexican border at Brownsville, Texas; to
Cherokee; to State Fair Grounds in spring of 1917, when company was
sworn into Federal service. Sailed from Hoboken October 18; landed
Liverpool November 8; to Winchester; to Le Havre, December 1. To
Ouimacourt; to Baccarat; entered trenches in Luneville sector March 9;
wounded March 9; to Baccarat Hosp.; to Base Hosp. No. 32; to Base Hosp.
No. 9; to special training battalion at St. Aignan; to Evac Hosp. No. 1;
to Nancy; to St. Nazaire. Sailed on U. S. S. Princess Matoka; landed
Newport News April 27, 1919. To Camp Hill; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out
May 5, 1919.
MARK, ANDREW C. J.
Born February 12, 1890. Enl. June 25, 1918. Pvt. Co. D, 350th Regt.
88th Div. Trained at Camp Gordon four weeks; to Camp Upton. Sailed
from New York August 11; landed London August 25. To Southampton; to
Cherbourg. To Semur; on Alsace-Lorraine front ten days; to Toul sector,
in this area when armistice was signed; to Nein; to St. Nazaire. Sailed
for U. S. May 19 on Avlas; landed Newport News May 30. To Camp Dodge.
Mustered out June 6, 1919.
MARK, PAUL P.
Born October 9, 1897. Enl. May 5, 1917. Engineer, Co. D, 2d Regt.
Trained at G. L. N. T. S.; to New York; served on U. S. S. South Dakota
two years; then transferred to Frederick. Enlisted for four years -
still in service.
MARK, WILLIAM T.
Born February 7, 1901. Enl. January 29, 1918. App. Seaman, Co. C, 13th
Regt. Trained at Camp Paul Jones at G. L. N. T. S. Enlisted for four
years - still in service.
MAROUSEK, EDMUND L.
Born October 11, 1889. Enl. July 23, 1918. Acting N. C. O. Co. 14,
unorganized. Trained two months at the School of Auto Mechanics at
Austin; Balloon School, San Antonio, four months. Mustered out January
MARQUARDT WILLIAM F.
Born November 13, 1886. Enl. May 13, 1918. Pvt. Co. A, 102d Regt.,
26th Div. Trained at Jefferson Barracks; to Camp McArthur; to Camp
Merritt. Trained in U. S. with Co. A, 102d Regt. 26th Div., to which he
was joined after sailing with 55th Regt. of 7th Div. Sailed August l8;
landed Brest. To camp one week; September 4 to front lines; hiked every
night for a week to reach St. Mihiel, September 10; into action at 8:00
a. m.; October 29 gassed and severely wounded; to Evac. Hosp. No. 24
until January 28; to St. Aignan to casual company; to Brest. Sailed
March 12 on U. S. S. Huntington; landed New York March 23. To Camp
Dodge. Mustered out April 2, 1919.
MARQUETTE, VERNER J.
Born February 10, 1896. Enl. May 13, 1918. Pvt. Co. L, 56th Regt. 7th
Div. Trained at Camp McArthur; Camp Merritt. Sailed on Leviathan
August 3; landed Brest. To Bradglong; to Ft. Villa-de-Sac; to Lorraine
front October 10; to Argonne October 23; on the line when armistice was
signed; to Manonville December 9; to Ft. de Pagny April 6; to Le Mans
May 23; to Brest. Sailed for U. S. June 16; landed Newport News June
21. To Camp Stewart; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out July 5, 1919. (no
MARSH, LESTER WILLIAM
Born May 17, 1896. Enl. April 30, 1917. Fireman 2d-cl. on U. S. S.
Virginia. Trained at G. L. N. T. S.; served on hospital ship Solace; to
U. S. S. Virginia. Also saw service in U. S. Army and is still in
service in France. Released from naval service February 5, 1918.
MARTEN ELMER W.
Born February 10, 1886. Enl. July 24, 1918. 2d Lieut. 140th Engrs.
Trained at Camp Shelby; Camp Gordon; Camp Humphreys. Promoted from pvt.
to 2d Lieut. Mustered out December 20, 1918. (no photo)
MARTEN, ROLAND H.
Born November 4, 1896. Enl. July 18, 1918. Musician 1st-cl. Trained
at G. L. N. T. S., with Third Regimental Band. Mustered out March 25,
MARTZ, RAYMOND A.
Born February 8, 1899. Enl. April 16, 1917. Pvt. Co. M, 168th Regt.
42d Div. Trained: Company originated at Cherokee, Iowa; later trained
at State Fair Grounds; Camp Mills. Sailed from New York on U. S. S.
President Grant October 18; returned to port October 28; sailed again on
the Celtic November 14; landed Liverpool. To Southampton; to Le Havre;
to Rimacourt; to Langres; to Baccarat; in action February 22 on Lorraine
front of Luneville sector; to Champagne July 3 to 18; to Chateau-Thierry
July 22 to August 2; to Chaumont; to Vaville; to St. Mlhiel September
12; wounded at 6:30 a. m. September 12 by machine gun bullet in knee; to
Base Hosp. No. 23 at Vitol 8 days; to Base Hosp. No. 24 at Limoges to
January 10; to Brest. Sailed on Leviathan; landed New York, April 2.
To Camp Upton; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out April 22, 1919.
MASON, JOSEPH L.
Born March 4, 1895. Enl. June 26, 1918. Pvt. 1st-cl. Co. F, 350th Inf.
88th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; to Camp Upton. Sailed on Delta August
11; landed London August 25. To Cherbourg September 1; to Semur; to
Chogey, October 4; to center sector Haute-Alsace; to Toul sector
November 7, on offensive when armistice was signed; to Gondrecourt area
until May 7. Sailed from St. Nazaire on U. S. S. Aeolus May 19, 1919;
landed Newport News May 30. To Camp Dodge. Mustered out June 12, 1919.
MASON, SIDNEY E.
Born November 22, 1892. Enl. February 25, 1918. Pvt. Co. E, 351st Inf.
88th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge. Sailed from New York April 25, on
English transport Corovia; landed Liverpool May 7. To Southampton; to
Le Havre May 15; landed Le Havre May 17. Trained at different camps in
France before going into active service; entered trenches July 18, in
trenches for 28 days at Argonne Forest; was wounded and sent to
hospital. Returned to U. S. on the U. S. S. Huron; landed Newport News
January 18, 1919. Mustered out February 8, 1919. (no photo)
MATSON, HENRY L.
Born February 7, 1907. Enl. September 15, 1918. Pvt. S. A. T. C.
Trained at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Iowa. Mustered out
December 13, 1918. (no photo)
Vista's Part in the World War.
Storm Lake, 1920, pp. 147-51.