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Shelby County

Soldiers who died in World War I
Shelby County Iowa

As Published in the Shelby Republican, 1919
Contributed by Phyllis Heller

BUMAN, Rose (Nurse) Tennant Oct.14, 1918 Camp Pike, Arkansas Influenza
CHRISTENSEN, Marius Harlan June 9, 1918 Fort Des Moines  
COENEN, Henry J. Westphalia Oct. 8, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa Influenza
COKER, Willis O. Tennant Oct. 18, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa Pneumonia
DAHLHEIMER, John Portsmouth Aug. 6, 1918 Hurstley, England Typhoid Fever
FISCUS, Charles Allyn Redline Jan. 12, 1918 Camp Pike, Arkansas Pneumonia
FREDERICKSON, Louis C Harlan July 20, 1918 Chateau Thierry, France Wounds in action
GILLETT, Everett Harlan Oct. 3, 1918 Camp Devens, MA Pneumonia
GODDARD, Leon Harlan Nov, 1918 France Killed in action
GREVE, Ernest P. Kirkman Nov. 18, 1918 Hospital in Mars, France Wounds in action
GRIMES, Carl Wilson Astor Sep. 24, 1918 Valparaiso, Indiana  
GRONNE, Albert H. Elk Horn      
HIATT, Austin Earl Irwin April 22, 1919 Lemans, France Killed in action
HOPKINS, Herald Harlan      
HOWARD, Clyde W. Shelby Oct. 15 1918 Long Island, N. Y.  
JACOBSEN, Laurits Elk Horn Sep. 29, 1918 Camp Devens, MA Spanish Flu
JOHNSON, Arnold T. Elk Horn Oct. 21, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa Pneumonia
JOHNSON, Harry Shelby Dec. 10, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa  
LANGENFELD, Wm. N. Earling Sep. 27, 1918 Camp Devens, MA. Pneumonia
LEYTHAM, Lowell S. Harlan July 24, 1918 Chateau Thierry, France Wounds in action
MADSEN, Niels Bertel Elk Horn Oct 16, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa  
McQUIRE, Homer Defiance Nov. 15, 1918 Austin, Texas Pneumonia
MORRIS, Wilson Arnold Shelby Sep. 23, 1918   Lost at sea
MOVERY, Howard A. Shelby April 27, 1918 Kemmel Hill, France Killed in Action
NIELSON, Adolph Harlan Nov , 1918   Killed in action
NILGES,  John Defiance Nov. 17, 1917 Camp Dodge, Iowa Spinal Meningitis
NISSEN, Arlie A. Jacksonville Oct. 25, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa  
OHLINGER, John Portsmouth Oct. 11, 1918 French Front Killed in action
REINIG, John Portsmouth Nov. 11, 1918   Killed in action
REYELT, Helmer E. Harlan Feb. 26, 1918 Toul, France Killed in Action
SCHLOTFELDT, Leah (Nurse) Walnut Oct. 20, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa Pneumonia
SMITH, Lloyd T. Defiance Nov, 11, 1918 St Mihiel, France Wounds in action
SPENCE, Guy Herman Harlan June 17, 1919 New Mexico  
THOMPSON, Eugene R. Earling Feb 6, 1918 Camp Worden, WA. Pneumonia
WILCOX, Fred Harlan Oct. 24, 1918 Camp Dodge, Iowa Pneumonia

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