Madison County's Honor Roll - World War I
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Anderson, Lt. William A., Hamilton, N.Y. Royal Flying Corps. Manner of death unknown. 
, Robert Blaine, Earlville; died in hospital in Philadelphia of pneumonia, Oct. 8, 1918.
Beall, Kenneth, Lincoln; died of pneumonia at Fort Hancock Jan. 28, 1918.
Bisbee, Ernest, Oneida; Supply Co. 348th Inf.; died of pneumonia at Carbon-Blanc, France, Nov. 4, 1918.
Bovee, Corporal Samuel Arthur, Munnsville; Marines; wounded in battle July 19; died July 26, 1918.
Branagan, Corp. Andrew H., Stockbridge; first Madison county man to enlist; Hdqrs. Co., 22d Inf.; died at Fort Jay, N.Y., of influenza and pneumonia Oct. 10, 1918.
Bridge, Sergt. Williams, Stockbridge; 4th Service Co., Signal Corps; killed in France Dec. 7, 1918.
Bromfield, William Herbert, Canastota; died of pneumonia at Camp Gordon Oct. 9, 1918.
Burdick, Jesse Lee, Brookfield; killed in action.
Butts, Hubert W., New Woodstock; died in Syracuse Oct. 24, 1918.
Conrad, Harry, Canastota; died at Camp Dix, N.J. of pneumonia, Sept. 24, 1915.
Conley, Corp. Thomas A., Chittenango, N.Y., Enl. Aug 7, 1917, and went to France ept. 7, 1917, with "Syracuse Brigade," Co. I, 23d Inf. Killed by shell while bringing in prisoners at St. Mihiel Sept. 13, 1918.
Crockett, Raymond, Poolville; yeoman; died in U.S. naval hospital, Brooklyn, from pneumonia, April 21, 1918.
Cross, Jay E., Chittenango; Supply Co., 16th Inf.; killed by a bomb dropped from a German 'plane May 20, 1918.
Curtis, Howard, North Brookfield; Co. H, 23d Inf., 2d Div.; killed in action July 27, 1918.
Davenport, Horace, Munnsville; Hdqr. Co. 104th Inf.; killed in action in France Sept. 24, 1918.
Dean, Corp. Percy Ayers, Oneida; enl. May 1, 1917, Co. I, 22d Inf.; volunteered for special service at Pershing's headquarters, France; trans. to Co. L, 26th Inf.; 1st Div.; wounded July 20, near Solssons; killed in battle of Argonne Forest Oct. 7, 1918.
Duffey, Merton G., Cazenovia; died in France of pneumonia.
Ernenwein, Cecil Thurston, Oneida; Engineer Corps; died of diphtheria at Vancouver Barracks, Wash., Jan. 13, 1918.
Evans, Lloyd V., Hamilton; 73d Co., 6th Marines; killed at Chateau Thierry June 16, 1918. A brother, Harold, also served in the Marines.
Foster, Henry A., Stockbridge; killed in action in France Sept. 2, 1918.
Gregg, Nicholas A., Perryville; Co. G. 311th Inf.; killed in action in France Sept. 28, 1918.
Hill, Elon E., Oneida; died on battlefield near Verdun, France, Sept. 16, 1918.
Janes, Hayden, Oneida; killed in action in France, Oct. 20, 1918.
Johnson, Clifford B., Madison; died at Camp Gordon, Ga., of measles, Dec. 20, 1917.
Johnston, Claude Raymond, Oneida; enl. Jan. 24, 1918, in naval aviation service; died in Killingholme, England, Oct. 22, 1918.
Kenny, Charles J., Oneida; died from wounds received in France, Sept. 1, 1918.
Kinney, Daniel H., Oneida; Co. G, 311th Inf.; died in France of pneumonia Feb. 12, 1919.
Lower, Carlton, Canastota; tank service; killed in action Sept. 28, 1918.
Mead, Pvt. Leland C., Morrisville, N. Y. 361st Inf. Med. Detach., 91st Div. Died in France. A brother, Capt. Theodore Mead, also died in France.
Miller, Charles, Canastota; Co. L, 30th Inf., U.S.R.A.; killed in action July 15, 1918.
Oakley, John R., Chittenango Station; killed in action Oct. 19, 1918.
Orne, Earl E., Hubbardsville; Co. E, 114th Teleg. Bat. Died in France from pneumonia March 12, 1919.
Palmer, Meade K., Brooklyn, N.Y. U.S. Navy. Died in service.
Pardee, Corp. Arthur C., Oneida; Died of wounds Oct. 6, 1918.
, Pvt. Lorenzo, Canastota, N. Y. Co. G, 311th Inf. A.E.F. Killed in action Oct. 1918.
Reeves, Arthur H., Cazenovia; died of pneumonia at Camp Lee.
Sanford, Earl Otis, Oneida; mechanic; died at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Oct. 9, 1918, of pneumonia.
Satterlee, Glenn N., Hamilton; Co. C, 126th Inf.; killed in action Aug. 1,1918.
Shanahan, John M., Cazenovia; died of pneumonia at Camp Dix, N. J., Jan. 24, 1918.
Shuler, Edwin Legrand, Canastota; killed in action.
Sizer, Earl H., Oneida; Co. B, 317th Field Signal Battalion; died of pneumonia in France Sept. 22, 1918.
Smith, Jasper, Eaton; Co. L, 305th Inf.; died from pneumonia in France Oct. 13, 1918.
Stoker, Lloyd H., Fenner; Co. E, 4th Div., 59th Inf.; died from wounds received in action in France Nov. 11, 1918.
Ubelacker, Lawrence, Oneida; killed in action.
Vedder, Asa C., Cazenovia; Co. L, 105 Inf.; gassed in action and died in France Aug. 22, 1918. A brother, Ira, was also in the service.
Waterbury, Joel N., Canastota; Co. G. 82d Inf.; died in France from tuberculosis Feb. 9, 1919.
Westcott, Percy D., Eaton; U.S. Marines May 17, 1917; died of scarlet fever in France Sept. 25, 1918.
Wheeler, Corp. John E., Chittenango Station; Co. F. 23d Inf.; died of wounds received in action Oct. 7, 1918.
Wilkinson, Charles C., Oneida; died at Pelham Bay of pneumonia, Oct. 6, 1918.
Vunk, Charles Bevines, Brookfield; died in naval training station at Newport, R.I., of pneumonia, Feb. 24, 1919.
Wilson, George Harper, Canastota; died of pneumonia at Camp McClellan Jan. 9, 1919.
Winn, Emory F., Solsville; died at Camp Dix, N.J., from pneumonia June 5, 1918.

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