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.Leonard BENCE

Howard County in the World War. C.V. Haworth, 1920. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, Printer and Binder. Page 33 Photo Plate 61.

Leonard BENCE, son of Philip and Leona BENCE, was born in Clay Co. Ind 24 Jul 1897.
He enlisted in the navy 28 May 1918 and was called to Camp Ross, Great Lakes Ill. where he was assigned to Co. H 10th Regiment. He was overseas in France for three months.

Additional Information

The following entry was located in the Heritage Quest Online 1900 Census Index:
BENCE, PHILLIP W. Age 29 Male White Born in IN -- IN CLAY County HARRISON TWP Roll: 363 Page: 130
Leonard is listed as a son, born 1896 in Indiana.

The following entry was located in the Heritage Quest Online 1920 Census Index:
BENCE, LEONA. Age 44, Female, White, (widowed), born in IN. -- IN, HOWARD, 5-WD; KOKOMO; CENTER TWP Roll: 438 Page: 26
Leonard is listed as a son, age 22, single, born in Indiana & a machinist at Haynes Auto Co.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:
LEONARD BENCE - born 24 Jul 1897; died Mar 1964. Last Residence:(Indiana)SSN: 308-09-6400 issued in Indiana.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Crown Point Cemetery: BENCE Leonard: died 18 Mar 1964, buried 20 MAR 1964, age 66. Section 20, lot 87.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BENCE Leonard (Shorty) in the 1964 book, page 53.


John O. BENGE

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33

BENGE, John O. was born at Macy, Ind. When he began his army service he was twenty-four years of age.
Sergeant BENGE belonged to Co. F, Casual Co., but at the time of his discharge Jan. 5, 1919, he was attached to the Ninth Co., Third Battalion, 158th Depot Brigade, located at Camp Sherman, Ohio.


Luther Robert BENGE

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33

Luther's name is listed, but no biographical information is provided.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BENGE Luther R. in the 1976 book, page 92.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the href="http://ssdi.rootsweb.ancestry.com/">Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:
LUTHER BENGE: born 17 Sep 1894 - died May 1976. Last Residence: Frankfort, Clinton, IN. SSN: 305-18-9515 issued in Indiana

 


Everett N. BENNETT

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33 photo plate 56

BENNETT, Everett N., son of John N. and Eliza A. MOWE BENNETT, was born at Sharpsville, Ind., May 2, 1886.
On June 30, 1915, he married Wilma Rose WICK at Sandusky, Ohio.
In 1905 he graduated from the Kokomo High School; his A. B. Degree was received from Indiana University in 1912; and his M. D. Degree from the School of Medicine at Western Reserve University in 1915.
In May, 1918, he passed his examinations for a commission in the medical corps of the U. S. Army, and on July 22 he became a first lieutenant.
On Aug. 22, 1918, he was ordered to the base hospital at Camp Dodge, Iowa, and he was on duty there in the surgical department until Oct. 31, when he was ordered to Hoboken for overseas service.
He was on the Atlantic when the armistice was signed, but he proceeded to England and then to France to a so-called rest camp of hills and mud. He was detailed to go to St. Aignon Noyers, better known as "Camp Agony." He was assigned to the Twenty-eighth Division, but he was immediately transferred to the Seventy-ninth Division near Verdun, where he was assigned to field hospital work; later he was with Ambulance Co.. No, 314, and battalion surgeon of the 314th Infantry, and the 311th F. A.
When the Seventy-ninth Division embarked for America, he was ordered to Germany, and assigned to Field Hospital No. 15, Second Division, billeted near Nenwied; later he was placed in command of Ambulance Co. No. 23, and mobilized in the neutral zone, preparatory to pushing into Germany if necessary.
He left for the States, June 28, 1919, on the Leviathan, and arrived in New York six days later. He went at once to Camp Dix, N.J., and received his discharge, July 8, 1919.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Paul DeWitt BENNETT

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33 photo plate 7

BENNETT, Paul DeWitt, son of Marshall (deceased) and Martha A. BENNETT, was twenty- nine years of age when he volunteered for service Oct. 5, 1917, at Kokomo, Ind.
He was attached to Bat. D, 325th F. A., Eighty-fourth Division, Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. He left the United States for France, Sept, 9, 1918.
On Feb. 2, 1919, he landed at Newport News, Va., and was discharged at Camp Sherman, Ohio, March 1, 1919. His battery commander was Harlan J. Hadley, and John R. Starkey was colonel of his regiment.
In September, 1919, he married Louise NOLTE.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.

Obituary extract - Saturday, 9 Feb 1952, p2


William F. BENNETT

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33 photo plate 76

BENNETT, William F., was born in Kentucky Feb. 4, 1892. His wife is Mary TARTER BENNETT.
He entered the army Dec. 11, 1917, at Kokomo, Ind., and was assigned to the infantry in the Third Division.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BENNETT William Fisher in the 1968 book, page 1.


Earl Gordon BENSON

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33.

BENSON, Earl Gordon, son of John A. and May BENSON, was born Nov. 9, 1890. His wife is Leona WARE BENSON.
He enlisted Oct, 4, 1917, in the ordnance department of the army, and was promoted to sergeant.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Albert Earl BERRY

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33.


BERRY, Albert E., son of Mrs. Lulu MOORMAN, entered the army at Kokomo, Ind., April 26. 1918. After a period of training at Camp Zachary Taylor, he was sent to France.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index:
ALBERT BERRY -- born 03 Feb 1893; died Dec 1966. Last Residence: Kokomo, Howard, IN. SSN: 312-07-8856 issued in Indiana.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Memorial Park Cemetery: BERRY Albert Earl: born 3 FEB 1893 - died 9 DEC 1966; buried 9 DEC 1966, age 73. Highland section -- link to photo of military plaque

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BERRY Albert in the 1966 book, page 263.


BERRY, Howard Beveridge

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33 photo plate 32

BERRY, Howard Beveridge, son of Mr. and Mrs, William EVANS BERRY, was born May 21, 1899, in Rushville, Ind.
He enlisted in the army at Kokomo, Ind., May 4, 1917, and was assigned to Troop D, Seventh U. S. Cavalry, Fort Bliss, Texas, for border patrol on the Mexican line.
After receiving an honorable discharge, he re-enlisted April 30, 1919. He served for several months at Yellowstone National Park.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Memorial Park Cemetery: BERRY Howard B.: Born 21 MAY 1899 - died 15 JUN 1982; buried 15 JUN 1982, age 83. Terrace section -- link to photo of gravestone - link to photo of family stone

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BERRY Howard B. in the 1982 book, page 102.


Claude C. BEROTH

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33

BEROTH, Claude C., was one of the men who served only one day. He was in the registration of June 5, 1918, for Howard County, but his parents reside at Logansport, Ind.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Gilbert S. BESS

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33.

BESS, Gilbert S., was born in Tipton Co., Ind.
He was discharged at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Dec. 13, 1918. His age was twenty-two years, and he belonged to the Second Regiment, F. A. R. D.

The following information was found in the Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery Index website:
BESS Gilbert S.: born 12 May 1896 - died 16 Sep 1992, age96. Faith Building, Block J, Crypt 36, level 6 -- link to photo of crypt -- Obituary


Walter Earl BESS

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 33.

BESS, Walter Earl, son of Sheridan and Luella BESS, was born in Priarie [sic] Tp., Tipton Co., Ind., March 19, 1897.
His parents now live in Kokomo, Ind., but Walter enlisted at Columbus, Ind., May 24, 1917, for service on the Mexican Border, and he was stationed at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


BIDDLE

Howard County Indiana Family History, compiled by the Howard County Genealogical Society, published 1995 by Turner Publishing Co. Paducah, KY. page 208.

The BIDDLE family is mentioned in the ARCHIBALD/HAMILTON article.
Helen BIDDLE (b. 26 Mar 1915) married Ernest Dale HAMILTON (b. 13 Jul 1919).
She is the daughter of Grover and Leatha ROBINSON BIDDLE [no date info given]. Helen and Ernest had 4 children: Thomas Dale, Richard Lee, Harry Leroy and Rebecca "Becky" Sue.


Charles Henry BISCHOFF

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35.

BISCHOFF, Charles Henry, was born at Ambia, Ind., Oct. 28, 1895.
On Nov. 9, 1917, he enlisted in the army at Kokomo, Ind., and was assigned to the Thirteenth F. A., Camp Greene, N.C., after being sworn into the service at Fort Thomas, Ky.
He was on the following fronts: Aisne, Marne, Vesle, St. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne, and Toul sector.
His discharge was issued at. Camp Grant, Ill.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:
CHARLES BISCHOFF born 28 Oct 1895; died Sep 1984. Last Residence: Kokomo, Howard, IN. SSN: 308-09-6198 issued in Indiana

The following information was found in the Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery Index website:
BISCHOFF Charles H.: born 28 Oct 1895 - died 21 Sep 1984, age 88. Peace Building SJ Block, Crypt 6 D, level 6 -- link to photo of crypt -- Obituary


Wilton Homer BISHOP

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35 photo plate 22

BISHOP, Wilton Homer, son of William H. and Laura B. GRAY BISHOP, was born Aug. 29, 1890, in Russiaville, Ind.
After graduating from high school in May, 1908, he spent two years at Purdue University, and one year at DePauw University.
At Bridgeport, Conn., he enlisted June 7, 1917, in Co. B, 102nd Reg. Inf., and was promoted to corporal July 13, 1917. He was transferred to Camp Yale, New Haven, Conn., and in August, 1917, was commissioned second lieutenant.
On Sept. 18, 1917, he embarked from the United States for France and immediately entered a school to specialize in bayonet practice. He was in active service for several weeks before going to a hospital for an operation in January, 1918.
As he was unable to do trench work, he was appointed assistant provost marshal, and stationed at Tours and Bordeaux from midsummer, 1918.
When he came home from France he was sent to Camp Sherman, Ohio, and given a thirty days furlough before returning to camp. Discharged Oct. 28, 1919.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Russiaville Cemetery: BISHOP, Homer - born 29 Aug 1890; died 30 Mar 1945. Age 54. Section 10 Lot 12.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BISHOP Homer in the 1945 book, page 225.


Homer Everett BLAIR

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35.

BLAIR, Homer Everett, was born at Bluffton Ind.
He was twenty years of age when he entered the S. A. T. C. at Huntington College, Huntington, Ind. His period of service lasted from October to Dec. 17, 1918.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index - need birth info for more accurate search


William E. BLAND

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35 photo plate 38

BLAND, William E., son of Joseph and Julia WOODCOCK BLAND, was born at Bunker Hill, Ind., Nov. 27, 1897. His wife is Irene BOWERS BLAND.
He enlisted in the army at Peru, Ind., and was sent to Camp McArthur, Texas, where he was promoted to corporal.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:

WILLIAM BLAND: Born 27 Nov 1899 -died Oct 1966. Last Residence: Waco, Mclennan, TX. SSN: 312-07-9933issued in Indiana.

Obituary


Willam Johnson BLANSETT

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35 photo plate 31

BLANSETT, Willam Johnson, was born in Jasper, Tenn., but was living in Kokomo, Ind. at the time he enlisted in the army.
He was first sent to Fort Thomas, Ky,; and then to Kelly Field, Texas, where he was promoted to corporal; later he was transferred to the Wilbur Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, where he took a course in gunnery in the armourers' school.
He died in Dayton, Oct. 6, 1918, from an attack of influenza.


BLONDEAUX, Orel

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35 photo plate 35

BLONDEAUX, Orel, was born in Belgium Aug. 7, 1890. He was the fourteenth son in a family of twenty-three children.
He is a son of August and Sellina MAYOU BLONDEAUX, who came to America, and settled in Ford City, Pa., when he was only a few months old. After the death of his parents, he came to Kokomo, Ind., to live with his brother Roger BLONDEAUX.
His father's sister's family had been killed by the Germans, so when the United States entered the war he was eager to enlist to avenge the death of his relatives. Although he had been refused four times because of physical disability, he enlisted to go with the first men who volunteered in the draft, and was accepted.
He was sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, where he was attached to Bat. A; Sixth F. A., and with this outfit went to France March 9, 1918. He saw active service until the close of the war, when he was sent to Germany with the Army of Occupation.
As he was a member of the First Division he did not return to the States until September, 1919. He had taken part in the Sommerviller and Ansauville sectors, the Aisne-Marne offensive, the Saizerals sector, St. Mihiel operation, Mense-Argonne, and finally Sedan just before the armistice.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Crown Point Cemetery: BLONDEAUX Orel: born 7 Aug 1890 - died 9 Nov 1960; buried 12 NOV 1960, age 70. Section 26, lot 17 -- link to photo of military stone

Obituary Extract: Kokomo Tribune - Thur., 10 Nov 1960


Clarence Raymond BLUE

Howard County in the World War. C.V. Haworth, 1920. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, Printer and Binder. Page 35.

Clarence Raymond BLUE, son of Henry H. and Ida B. FOLTZ BLUE was born in Champaign Co. Ohio.
His wife is Myrtle HAINES BLUE.
After enlisting at Indianapolis Ind., 12 Dec 1917, he was sent to Pensacola Fla. for training. In April 1918, he sailed from Philadelphia Pa to France, where he remained until January 1919.
He was mustered out of the service at Charlestown [sic] S.C. 14 Mar 1919 with the rating of c. m. 2c U.S. Navy.

NOTE: The following possible match was found in the Social Security Death Index:
Clarence BLUE born 6 Sep 1890 died April 1971. Last Residence: Swayzee Indiana. SSN: 309-05-9939 issued in Indiana.


Forest Lester BLUE

Howard County in the World War. C.V. Haworth, 1920. Indianapolis: Wm. B. Burford, Printer and Binder. Page 35.

Forest Lester BLUE, son of Henry H. and Ida B. FOLTZ BLUE, was born in Howard County Ind.
He enlisted in the navy at Indianapolis Ind. 12 Dec 1917 and was on duty at Pensacola Fla. until 18 Mar 1918, when he went to Philadelphia Pa. After remaining there ten days, he was sent to France.
He returned to the States in January 1919, and was ordered to Camp Glen, Charleston S.C. to the U.S.N. Air Station Camp. He held the rating of c.m.2c. U.S. Navy.

NOTE: The following possible match was found in the Social Security Death Index:
Forest BLUE born 21 Oct 1894 - died Sep 1967. Last Residence; Chicago Illinois. SSN: 334-09-3578 issued in Illinois.


Clarence Leroy BOCK

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 35 photo plate 13

BOCK, Clarence Leroy, son of Samuel A, and Eliza Ann EIKENBERRY BOCK, was born in Ervin Tp., Howard Co., Ind., June 7, 1886.
He graduated from the Young America High School in 1906, and from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1915. He married Lucile MERCER of Burlington, Sept. 2, 1914, and they have two daughters, Frances Grace and Martha Louise.
While living in Muncie, Ind., he enlisted in the army medical corps and was commissioned first lieutenant in August, 1917. He was ordered to Camp Greenleaf, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., Oct. 23; Fort McPherson, Ga., Dec. 17; and Camp Merritt, N. J., March 3, and embarked March 22, 1918.
He was attached to the Base Hospital No. 204, Hursley, England. When this hospital was closed Dec. 21, 1918, he was ordered to Hospital Center, Langres, France. In February he was promoted to captain.
He reached New York July 6, 1919, and Kokomo, July 13, 1919.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Daniel Lawrence BOCK

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36 photo plate 5

BOCK, Daniel Lawrence, son of Samuel A. and Eliza Ann EIKENBERRY BOCK, was born in Ervin Tp., Howard Co., Ind. Aug. 4, 1888.
After graduating from the Young America High School, he entered Indiana University, where he was graduated from the literary and law departments. In 1915 he married Blanche HOBSON.
On Oct. 2, 1918, he entered the F. A. C. O. T. S., Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. When the armistice was signed he had completed only one-half of the course, so he chose to return to his duties of prosecuting attorney, and was given an honorable discharge.

The following information was found at the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
South Union Cemetery: BOCK, Daniel Lawrence. Born 4 Aug 1888; died 23 Mar 1972. Age 83 Section 3 Lot 91 Space G.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BOCK Daniel L. in the 1972 book, page 283.


John T. BODICUTT

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36 photo plate 15

BODICUTT, John T., son of John T. and Josephine BODICUTT, was born in Braddock,. Pa., Nov. 16, 1889.
He entered the service March 29, 1918, and was sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky.; later he was assigned to Co. B, First Replacement Enginneers, Washington, D. C. He was also cook for Co. I, same regiment. When he received his discharge Jan. 21, 1919, he was at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Crown Point Cemetery: BODICUT John T.: born 16 Nov 1889 - died 24 Dec 1933; buried 27 DEC 1933 , age 44. Section 15, lot 5 -- link to photo of military stone - link to gravestone


Cedric Irvin BOGUE

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36 photo plate 34

BOGUE, Cedric Irvin, son of Alfred and Rebecca BOGUE, was born in Kokomo, Ind., June 28, 1897. In 1916 he graduated from high school.
He entered the navy at Indianapolis, Ind., and was sent to the Great Lakes Station Dec. 1, 1917. Three months later he was recommended for a course of four weeks in the radio school, New London, Conn.; in three weeks he had completed the work and received the rating of quartermaster, first class.
He was stationed on the U. S. "C41," and advanced to chief quartermaster. His duties took him to England, France, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland. He was with the fleet that received the surrender of the German Navy.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:
CEDRIC BOGUE - born 28 Jun 1897; died Jun 1968. Last Residence: Orlando, Orange, FL. SSN: 323-01-2272 issued in Illinois.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BOGUE Cedric Irving in the 1968 book, page 116.


Lewis F. BOGUE

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36.

BOGUE, Lewis F., was born in Kokomo, Ind., Dec. 28, 1882.
On Feb. 22, 1904, he enlisted at Kokomo, Ind., and on March 20 he was assigned to the Thirtieth Infantry, Fort Reno, Okla. On Jan. 1, 1909, he was transferred to the Twentieth Infantry, Quartel de Spano, Manila, P. I.
He was promoted to first class private, musician, corporal, and sergeant. On March 13, 1919 he was furloughed to the reserve at Camp Dodge, Iowa.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Charles B. BOHN

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36 photo plate 59

BOHN, Charles B., son of Albert F. and Mary A. BOHN, was born in Miami Co., Ind., Jan. 23, 1893. His wife is Pearl N. BOHN. He graduated from the high school at Amboy, Ind.
At the time of his death, Oct. 11, 1918, he was a member of the Second Regiment Band, Fifteenth Co., 159th Depot Brigade, Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. His death was due to an attack of pneumonia.


Royce K. BOND

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36 photo plate 78

BOND, Royce K., son of William and Jennie CHRISTIE BOND, was born in Kokomo. Ind., Sept. 23, 1889. His wife is Harriet MARTIN BOND. He is a graduate of the New London high school.
In July, 1916, he entered the army at Crawfordsville, Ind., and was sent direct to Fiske University, Nashville, Tenn. He was in the base hospital at Camp Lee, Va., for some time with the Influenza. After his recovery he was sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., to receive his discharge.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BOND Royce in the 1962 book, page 244.


Royce K. BOND

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36 photo plate 78

BOND, Royce K., son of William and Jennie CHRISTIE BOND, was born in Kokomo. Ind., Sept.


Houck BORUFF

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36.

BORUFF, Houck, son of Henry and Tina BORUFF, was born in Knoxville, Tenn.
On April 30, 1918, he entered the army at Kokomo, Ind., and was sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. He died in service, from an attack of pneumonia.


Manford Lee BOUSE

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36.

BOUSE, Manford Lee, son of William P. and Nettie BOUSE, was born May 27, 1913 [sic - 26 May 1893?].
He joined the navy in May, 1917, and was assigned to Co. H, Fifty-fifth Regiment, Lake Harris.

NOTE: The following probable match was found in the Social Security Death Index:
MANFORD L BOUSE: born 26 May 1893; died 06 Aug 1977. SSN: 706-10-6684 Long-time or retired railroad worker


Oscar Van BOUSE

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 36.

BOUSE, Oscar Van, son of William P. and Nettie BOUSE, entered the army at Kokomo. Ind., June 27, 1918. He was sent to Camp Sherman, Ohio, and attached to Co. B, Thirty- sixth Battalion.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Glen Arthur BOUSOM/BOUSUM

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 37 photo plate 14

BOUSOM, Glen Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. David BOUSOM, was born Feb. 10, 1895.
He entered the army June 15, 1918, and was sent to the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce Co. E, Training Detachment No.2. Oh August 18, 1918, he was transferred to Supply Co., Thirty-sixth F. A., Twelfth (Plymouth) Division, Camp McClellan, Ala., with the rank of wagoner.
He was mustered out of the army Feb. 7, 1919.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Memorial Park Cemetery: BOUSUM, Glen Arthur: born 4 FEB 1894; died 9 OCT 1972, buried 9 OCT 1972. Age 78. West Calvary Section.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BOUSUM Glen A. in the 1972 book, page 231.


BOWEN, Floyd A.

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 37 photo plate 58

BOWEN, Floyd A., son of Charles and Mary BOWEN, was born in Kokomo, Ind., Nov. 5, 1895.
He enlisted in the army at Argo, Ill., and went to Detroit, Mich., Aug. 15, 1917. He embarked for France in December, 1917, and was promoted to sergeant in casual detachment, military police corps.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:
FLOYD BOWEN: born 05 Nov 1895; died Aug 1978. Last Residence: Rolling Prairie, La Porte, IN. SSN: 386-01-8473 issued in Michigan.


BOWEN, Thomas Arthur

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 37 photo plate 58

BOWEN, Thomas Arthur, son of Charles and Mary BOWEN, was born July 7, 1889. His mother is now Mrs. POWELL of Kokomo, Ind., R. R. No.5.
He enlisted at Kokomo, Ind., and was sent to Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., March 4, 1918. He embarked for overseas duty from Camp Merritt, N. J., as a member of the medical department, Twenty-second Ambulance Co., Sanitary Train, Seventh Division.
He reached the States on July 5, 1919, and was mustered out of the service at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Crown Point Cemetery: BOWEN Thomas Arthur: born 7 Jul 1889 - died 2 Apr 1949; buried 6 APR 1949 , age 59. Section 26 Lot 26 -- link to photo of military stone

Obituary - 4 Apr 1949 p 15


Jesse Earnest BOWLAND

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 37.

BOWLAND, Jesse Earnest, son of Daniel and Orpha BURTON BOWLAND, now residents of Kokomo, Ind., was born in Miami Co., Nov. 25, 1889. His wife is Emma MYERS BOWLAND.
He was sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., from Peru, Ind., and assigned to the Twenty-seventh Co., Seventh Regiment, 159 Depot Brigade; in October he was transferred to Bat. D, Fourth Regiment Field Artillery Replacement Depot.
He was serving as a carpenter at the time of his discharge Dec. 17, 1918.

NOTE: The following entry was found in the Social Security Death Index at Rootsweb:

JESSE BOWLAND: born 25 Nov 1889; died Apr 1967. Last Residence: Amboy, Miami, IN. SSN: 316-10-4362 issued in Indiana.

The Kokomo Tribune Obituary Index lists an obituary for BOWLAND Jesse Earn in the 1967 book, page 109.


Ralph BOWMAN

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 37 photo plate 60

BOWMAN, Ralph E., son of William H. and Marinda BOWMAN, was born in Kokomo, Ind., Feb. 8, 1891.
He entered the service at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., March 29, 1918, and was sent to France, with Co. L, 116th Infantry.

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Memorial Park Cemetery: BOWMAN Ralph: Born 1891 - died 29 DEC 1927; buried 29 DEC 1927, age 36. Memorial section -- link to photo of gravestone


Conrad BOYD

History of Howard County in the World War C.V. Haworth, Indianapolis: Wm B. Burford, Printer & Binder, 1920. p 37.

BOYD, Conrad, was born at Jasper, Ind., and at the time of entering the army he was twenty-one years of age.
He was discharged at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky., Dec. 26, 1918, after having served in the First Co., First Battalion, 159th Depot Brigade.

NOTE: No entry was located in a basic search of the Social Security Death Index.


Monument at Crown Point Cemetery
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