WWI, Company M, 354 Infantry
News Feeds:
St. Louis Genealogical Society - Search

WWI, Company M, 354 Infantry

Company M was organized in September 1917 at Camp Funston, Kansas, with members from Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska.

The database includes known information on the name, address, and rank of the soldiers in Company M. If a soldier was wounded or killed, that information is included as well.

The book War Diary of 354th Infantry; Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Arizona, Illinois; 89th Division, written by John F. McGrath provides more information on this unit.

Marci Donovan contributed this information for publication in the 2002 St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly, volume 35, number 3, pages 93–107.

Company M - WWI

Showing records 1 to 20 of 477.

NameRankHome AddressNotes
Alicz, Paul J. Cpl. 2432 West 39th St., Chicago, Illinois
Alverson, James W. Sgt. Paris, Missouri
Alysworth, Henry H. Pvt.
Anders, Frank Pvt.
Anderson, August J. Pvt. 116 N. Lexington Ave., Chicago, Illinois
Anderson, John Pvt. 1Cl Mexico, Missouri
Anguish, Leonard Pvt.
Arenstein, Charles H. Pvt.
Armijo, Manuel Sgt. Box 619, Los Vegos, New Mexico Wounded Nov. 1/18, Argonne-Meuse
Baehle, Oliver A. Pvt.
Bair, Howard A. 2nd Lieut. Rittman, Ohio. Killed Nov. 1/18, Argonne-Meuse, D. S. C. awarded, posthumous
Baker, Clarence W. Sgt. Thompson, Missouri
Baker, Wesley V. Pvt. Mt. Sterling, Missouri
Bakersmith, John M. Pvt.
Ballenger, Eugene M. Cook Amarillo, Texas
Ballingall, Charles A. Pvt.
Ballingall, Frank O. Pvt.
Balmer, John W. Pvt.
Barbo, George Cook Deronda, Wisconsin Wounded Nov. 1/18, Argonne-Meuse
Barcatti, Barney Pvt.

St. Louis Genealogical Society · #4 Sunnen Drive, Suite 140 · St. Louis, MO 63143 · 314-647-8547