RILEY, DANIEL A.
Born September 25, 1888. Enl. October 8, 1917. Sgt. Co. D, 129th Regt.
33d Div. Trained at Camp Grant; Camp Logan; Camp Upton. Sailed from
New York May 10 on U. S. S. Lovington; landed Brest May 24. To Huppy
Area; to Eau training sector; June 21 to Amiens lines with Australians;
to right of Albert six days; to Ronird Woods; to Moulin-ne-Bois Woods;
to Toul sector; to Trouville-en-Barrois; September 5 to Vei-dun sector
for 19 days; September 26 to Meuse-Argonne; wounded in action September
27; to Souilly; to Base Hosp. No. 202 Orleans; to Ettlebreck, Luxemburg;
to Brest. Sailed May 10 on Leviathan; landed New York May 24. To Camp
Merritt; to Camp Grant. Mustered out June 9, 1919.
RILEY, EDWARD J.
Enl. December 2, 1917. Sgt. 1st-cl. Trained at Camp Johnston; later
trans, to Auxiliary Remount Depot No. 333 and put in charge of civilian
employees in construction of camp; appointed acting 1st sgt., promoted
to 1st sgt. Received part of training at Quarter Master School Camp
Joseph E. Johnston; recommended for Officers' Training Camp, Inf.
Branch, Camp Kearny. Mustered out March 8, 1919.
RINGBLOM, C. T.
Born June 26, 1889. Enl. July 24, 1918. Sgt. Inf. N. A. R. D. Replm.
Co. No. 2. Trained July 27 to October 6 at Camp Gordon; October 6 to
December 15 at Camp Wheeler; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out December 21,
1918. (no photo)
RISVOLD, CARL BERNARD
Born January 10, 1894. Enl. July 29, 1918. Musician, Engrs. Band,
Hdqrs. Co. 212th Regt. 12th Div. Trained at Camp Forrest one month; to
Camp Devens from September 1 to February 1; to Camp Dodge. Mustered out
February 8, 1919.
RISVOLD, SELMER A.
Born June 25, 1894. Enl. July 24, 1918. Pvt. Co. C, 316th Inf. 79th
Div. Trained at Camp Gordon. Sailed from New York September 1; landed
Brest September 14. To St. Georges; was in Argonne front from October
24 to November 4; wounded by machine gun bullet and taken prisoner by
the Germans; released from German hosp. February 6, 1919. Landed New
York April 27. October 12, 1919, still at Ft. Sheridan, U. S. Gen Hosp.
No. 28, and probably will be for several months.
ROBAR, CLIFTON J.
Born August 29, 1893. Enl. May 13, 1918. Pvt. Co. L, 56th Regt. 7th
Div. Trained at Camp MacArthur two months; to Camp Merritt. Sailed
August 3 on Leviathan; landed Brest August 11. Went into training at
Bragualin; one month in Lorraine sector until armistice; to Manunville;
to Maxie-Surcy; to Le Mans; to Brest. Sailed on battleship Genza June
16, landed Newport News June 27. To Camp Dodge. Mustered out July 5,
ROBAR, GARRET D.
Born April 3, 1898. Enl. October 1, 1918. App. Seaman, Naval Reserve.
Trained at Madison, Wisconsin, three months. Mustered out December 22,
ROBAR, IRENE (Nurse)
Born December 29, 1886. Enl. November 8, 1917. Nurse, Army Nurse
Corps. Trained at American Red Cross Military Hosp. No. 1, Paris; at
Base No. 66, Neuf Chateau, France. Sailed from New York December 12,
1917; landed Liverpool December 25. To London; to Folkstone; to
Boulogne December 29. To Paris; to Neuf Chateau July 19; to
Chateau-Thierry for work with 32d Div. Field Hosp. No. 125 and No. 127;
to Godoigne; to Reddiefarm; to Coincy September 1; to Neuf Chateau
September 15; to St. Nazaire January 11. Sailed from St. Nazaire
February 6; landed New York February 28. Released from service March 5,
ROBBINS, HARRY CLYDE
Born May 13, 1891. Enl. February 25, 1918. Pvt. Batt. E, 304th F. A.
77th Div. Trained at Camp Dodge; to Camp Upton. Sailed from New York
April 24 on S. S. Leviathan; landed Brest May 2. To Bordeaux for
training from May 10 to July 10; to Baccarat sector July 12 for 30 days;
to Chateau-Thierry from July 16 to September 26; to Meuse-Argonne from
September 26 to November 11; to Le Mans; to Brest. Sailed April 24;
landed New York, made trip on U. S. S. Agamemnon, May 2, 1919. Mustered
out May 26, 1919
ROBERTS, GUY THOMAS
Born May 10, 1900. Enl. October 1, 1918. Pvt. S. A. T. C. Trained at
Iowa State College. Mustered out December 17, 1918.
ROBERTS, HOMER A.
Born December 2, 1896. Enl. September 5, 1918. Pvt. 4th Co. 13th Replm.
Battalion. Trained at Camp Dodge until September 19; at Camp Pike until
December 9. Mustered out at Camp Pike December 9, 1918.
ROBERTS, HUGH CEDRIC
Born July 16, 1898. Enl. October 1, 1918. Pvt. Field Artillery, Batt.
8 Obs. Officers' Training School. Trained at Camp Taylor. Mustered out
December 5, 1918.
ROBERTS, OREN MCKINLEY
Born May 18, 1897. Enl. July 27, 1918. D. M. M. A. 2d Regt. Trained
at G. L. N. T. S.; received greater part of training at Camp Dewey,
Great Lakes. Released December 23, 1918.
ROBINSON, FRED J.
Born December 22, 1897. Enl. April 8, 1917. Pvt. Co. M, 168th Inf. 42d
Div. Trained at Cherokee, Iowa; State Fair Grounds; to Camp Mills.
Sailed from New York October 18; returned to U. S. October 28; sailed
again on November 14; landed Liverpool. To Winchester; to Southampton;
to Le Havre. To Rimaucourt; to Langres; entered line at Baccarat in
Luneville sector February 21, 1918; wounded in action March 9 by
machine-gun bullet through arm; to French Hosp. No. 214 8 days; to Base
Hosp. No. 31 seven days; to lines at Baccarat; to Champagne July 1-15;
gassed and taken to Hosp. No. 15 at Chaumont for 17 days; back to
company at Chateau-Thierry; to St. Mihiel September 12; to Argonne
October 12; to Sedan November 9; in line when armistice was signed; with
Army of Occupation at Niederzissen, Germany, December 16 to March 6; to
Niederbreisig; to Brest. Sailed on Leviathan April 18; landed New York
April 26. To Camp Upton; to Camp Dodge. Was decorated in France with
croix de guerre. Mustered out May 17, 1919.
ROBINSON, RALPH W.
Born May 31, 1901. Enl. March 18, 1918. Pvt, 1st-cl. Hdq. 14th Regt.
unassigned. Trained at Ft. Logan and Ft. Sill.
ROBINSON, VIRGIL LEWIS
Born March 15, 1898. Enl. July 10, 1917. Carpenter's mate 2d-cl.
Trained at G. L. N. T. S.; after three months of seaman training took
up radio work until March, 1918; then took up carpenter work; left G. L.
N. T. S. October 16 for Morehead City, N. C, to construct a naval air
station; January 15 ordered to Norfolk; to receiving ship; went aboard
U. S. S. New Hampshire May 7 for transport duty. Sailed for Brest May
20; started back June 10 with 1200 troops; arrived Norfolk June 21. On
June 23 sailed for Philadelphia Navy Yard for repairs which were in
course of completion when this record was compiled.
ROBINSON, WILLIAM S.
Born October 25, 1890. Enl. July 18, 1918. Fireman 3d-cl. Trained at
G. L. N. T. S. Mustered out January 17, 1919.
Vista's Part in the World War.
Storm Lake, 1920, pp. 190-91.