Marshall County in the World War  1917-1918





Sergt. Frank L. Glick

Sergt. Frank L. Glick


3 June 1918



       Marshalltown, son Mrs. Helen Glick, Ogden, Utah.

       Aged 23

       Clerk; M.H.S., 11; enlisted, marine corps, May 20, 1917, at Chicago; sent to Paris Island, N. C., for training; transferred to Quantico, Va.; arrived in France, Feb. 13, 1918; Sergt., 80th Co., 6th Regt. Marines; killed in action at Chateau Thierry, June 3, 1918; first Marshalltown boy killed in world war.


Sergt. Elza Clifford McKim


5 November 1918




      Marshalltown, son Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McKim.

      Aged 22;

      Marshall county selective, inducted at Lincoln, Neb., April 29, 1918; sent to Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Funston, Kan.; after four months training sent overseas; Sergt. M. G. Bn., 88th Div.; died of wounds received in action, Nov. 5, 1918.

Sergt. Clifford McKim, Marshalltown


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