World War I Honor Roll
WWI Honor Roll Page 192
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 Edwin George Krebs; Paducah, Kentucky; Born at Hamilton, Ohio, October 4, 1894; Son of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Krebs; Entered Aviation Section, Signal Corps, November 1917. Trained at Camps Taylor and Hancock. Served in France with 2nd Regiment, 4th Co., Air Service.
Private Chas L. Luck; Paducah, Kentucky; Born in Stewart, Tenn., September 9, 1893; Son of Lenton and Mary Luck; Entered Service June 24, 1918. Active service overseas wth 603rd Engineers' Corps, Co. B.
Private Johnnie W. Rice; Woodville, Kentucky; Born at Woodville August 3, 1897; Son of Linnie and J. D. Rice; Entered Army October 18, 1918. Served with Coast Artillery, Co. A., 56th Ammunition Train. Promoted to Sergeant after two weeks service.
Private Alfred C. Theobald; Paducah, Kentucky; Born at Paducah August 24, 1900; Son of Henry and Caroline Theobald; Entered Infantry October 11, 1918. Stationed at Camp Buell in S. A. T. C.
Private Virgil J. Downey; Paducah, Kentucky; Born at McCracken Co., KY., Oct. 15, 1897; Son of Katie and Luther L. Downey; Volunteered December, 1917. Served with Marine Corps, Co. B., 13th Regiment. Qualified as sharp shooter at Paris Island, Va. Expert rifleman, Wakesfield, Mass. In service last three months of war. Won medal for bravery overseas.
Private Roy Lee Harmon; Paducah, Kentucky; Born in McCracken Co., Ky., Oct. 30, 1895; Son of J. B. and Eliza Harmon; Entered Field Artillery September 23, 1918. Served in France with 326th Field Artillery.