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WASHINGTON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY     (Washington County, Utah)

WASHINGTON COUNTY VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I

(July 28, 1914 to November 11, 1918)

CASUALTIES   (Honoring those who paid the ultimate price)

Ray C. Coleman 
George C. Felter 
Wallace M. Gray 
Alton Hiatt 
Daniel Lester Keate 
Moroni Kleinman 
Isaac H. Lanston 
David Lindhurst McNeil 
Hans M. Naegle 
Cleyon John Reber 
Glen J. Reber 
Cleon J. Robert 
Ernest R. Russell 
Sterling Russell 


THOSE WHO SERVED FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY

John Peter Atkin 
David Thatcher Ballard    (Hurricane)
Sheridan Ballard    (Hurricane)
Edgar Beebe    (Hurricane)
LeRoy Albert Beebe    (Hurricane)
David Burr Bradshaw    (Hurricane)
Ellis Delon Bradshaw    (Hurricane)
Stanley Hinton Bradshaw    (Hurricane)
William Carter 
Ray C. Coleman1
Warren Lee Cox 
Calvin Dalton    (Hurricane)
John "Jack" Day, Jr.    (Enterprise; Army; 1918-1919)
John Milo Ence    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Homer Y. Englestead    (Hurricane)
George C. Felter1
George Albert Fordham    (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1919)
John Eugene Fordham    (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1919)
John Claud Frei    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Paul H. Gates    (Hurricane)
H. Melvin Gibson    (Hurricane)
Milton Theodore Graff    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
William Henry Graff 
Wallace M. Gray1   (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1918)
Hyrum Paul Gubler    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Louis John Gubler    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Walter Paul Gubler    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1918)
Guy Hafen    (Santa Clara; Army Air Force; 1918-1918)
Leland Hafen    (Santa Clara; Signal Corps; 1918-1919)
J. Harvey Hall    (Hurricane)
Alton Hiatt1
Loren S. Higbee    (Hurricane)
Claud Hirschi    (Hurricane)
Timothy Hoyt    (Hurricane)
Herbert Isom    (Hurricane)
Ellis Wilson Jones    (Gunlock; Pvt., US Army)
Daniel Lester Keate1   (St. George; Marines)
Moroni Kleinman1
Isaac H. Lanston1
Andrew Godfrey Laub    (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1919)
Grover C. LeBaron    (Hurricane)
Karl A. McMullin    (Hurricane)
David Lindhurst McNeil1
Hans M. Naegle1
John J. Phoenix Jr.    (St. George; Army Air Force)
G. W. Pollock    (Hurricane)
E. C. Presley    (Hurricane)
Cleyon John Reber1   (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1918)
Glen J. Reber1
Lorin Reber    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Cleon J. Robert 1
Jesse C. Roundy    (Hurricane)
Ernest R. Russell1
Sterling Russell1
Olof James Scow    (Hurricane)
George Spendlove    (Hurricane)
Lorenzo Spendlove Jr.    (Hurricane)
Edwin Stucki    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Ernest Edwin Stucki    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1918)
Ether Jacob Stucki    (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1919)
Ferdinand Karl Stucki    (Santa Clara; Army; 1917-1919)
Gordon Sullivan 
David H. Tweedie    (Hurricane)
Julius Clarence Wittwer    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1918)
Samuel Melvin Wittwer    (Santa Clara; Army; 1918-1919)
Elmer F. Wood    (Hurricane)
Louis Woodbury    (Hurricane)
Joseph Harvey Wright    (Hurricane)

1Killed
2Wounded


THOSE WHO CAME TO WASHINGTON COUNTY AFTER SERVING

TBD


OTHERS   (To Be Categorized)

Leslie MacKenzie Abercrombie 
Moses Willard Andrus 
Andrew W. Baker 
Arthur Ray Bentley 
Milo Canfield 
Kenneth Mason Cannon 
Don Smith Carter 
George Frederick Christian 
Roscoe Robert Douglas 
William Robert Empey 
Rex Gardner 
Barney R. Hinds 
James LeRoy Hold 
Victor Moses Iverson 
Harvey Albert Jackson 
Alma H. Jacobson 
Alvin Alfred Jones 
Clarence Amos Jones 
Sherman Lamb 
Josiah H. Leavitt 
Gordon Wallace Mathis 
Ezra Mervin McArthur 
Richard W. Miles 
Leslie A. Morris 
Leon Moss 
Napolean Bonaparte Roundy 
Ezra Thompson 
Erastus Goddard Whitehead 
Morris Rennie Whitehead 
Ralph Emanuel Whitney 
Kumen Davies Williams 
Alvin Deliverence Wilson 
David Orin Woodbury 
John T. Woodbury Jr. 
Robert Worthen 


REFERENCES

Washington County Council of Defense (World War I)

Plaque listing the names of Hurricane's World War I veterans

Poster with photos and names of Santa Clara World War I veterans

Utah in the World War
By Noble Warrum under auspices of the Utah State Council of Defense

Utah's World War I Monuments

The National WWI Museum and Memorial

Residents, descendents of WWI soldiers invited to Southern Utah commemoration
Article by David DeMille, The Spectrum, 5/17/2018