World War I Honor Roll
WWI Honor Roll Page 181
C. W. Whiting
World War -- 1914-1918 -- United States
People -- McCracken County (KY)
Soldiers -- McCracken County (KY)
McCracken County Public Library
Chas E. Smith, Editor
Billings Printing Co., Paducah, KY
Transcribed by Devin Cook
McCracken County (KY)
Private Albert R. Montgomery; Paducah, Kentucky; Born in Nelson Co., Ky., October 14, 1892; Son of Anna and William R. Montgomery; Entered Engineers' Corps June 24, 1918. Within five feet of the last cannon that was shot.
Private Claude Fields; Paducah, Kentucky; Born at Essac, Mo., 1895; Son of Ellen and Henry H. Fields; Volunteered June 4, 1917. Served with Battalion D., 19th Field Artillery. Sailed for France May 26, 1918. After war was transferred to Co. D., 2nd Army Military Police.
Shipbuilder Samuel A. Rodgers; Paducah, Kentucky; Born in Caldwell Co., Ky., Sept. 5, 1873; Son of John and Mary Rodgers; Entered Engineers' Corps December 9, 1917. Sailed from New York December 26, 1917. Landed at Brest, France, January 9, 1918. Injured January 31, 1918. Died February 9, 1918.
Private Edwin John Dunbar; Paducah, Kentucky; Born at Paducah June 26, 1897; Son of W. F. and Margaret Dunbar; Entered Motor Transport Corps Sept. 17, 1918. Trained at Camp Buell.
Private Richard D. Thompson; Paducah, Kentucky; Born in McCracken Co., Ky., Dec. 15, 1893; Son of R. W. and S. E. Thompson; Entered Quartmaster Department September 19, 1918. Stationed at Camp Buell, KY.