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Company "K", 315th Infantry, 79th Division U.S. Army - World War One

Photograph of Company "K", 315th Infantry, at Vertou (near Nantes), Loire Inferieure, France.

Company 'K', 315th Infantry Regiment, World War One, April 1919, 48 KB

This photograph was taken when the company was returning to America, in April 1919, long after the fighting at Montfaucon (Sector "304") of 16-30 September 1918.

Roster of Company "K"
September 1, 1918

Note: This list differs from the list of company deaths because it was compiled before the fighting began on 26 September 1918. The symbol (†) marks those who died in the war.

CAPTAIN: George P. Scholes
FIRST LIEUTENANTS: Charles Arbuthnot, 3rd.; William M. Carroll, Jr.; Walter M. Collins
SECOND LIEUTENANTS: Ernest V. Becker; Louis U. Labine

FIRST SERGEANT: Joseph F. Kilroy
MESS SERGEANT: William L. Jenkins
SUPPLY SERGEANT: Morris F. Steinberg

SERGEANTS [12]
  • George G. Bewley
  • Joseph Cumiskey
  • James M. Garrish
  • Harry L. Greenwood (†)
  • Christopher W. Kelly (†)
  • Francis A. McCloskey
  • Maxwell McMichael
  • Joseph D. O'Toole
  • John M. Ross
  • Louis A. Seese
  • Louis C. Symington (†)
  • Clifford T. Weihman
CORPORALS [28]
  • John Ayre, Jr. (†)
  • Carl M. Clausen
  • Pasquale D'Amato (†)
  • Christopher Davis
  • John Dobkins
  • Francis E. Duffy
  • William J. Higgins
  • Fred Huenerfauth
  • Joseph B. Hursh
  • Louis Knudsen
  • Walter H. Lindsay
  • Lorenzo Lobaccaro (†)
  • Augustus P. Lord, Jr.
  • Donald N. MacKubbin
  • Harry Marshall
  • Harold L. Martin
  • Louis Milligan
  • John O'Donnell
  • Arthur W. Olanson
  • Oscar M. Oliker
  • Andrew C. Shagren (†)
  • Francis M. Smith
  • William H. Staats
  • Harry W. Storck
  • Theodore Sweriduk
  • Matthew Sydlowski
  • Charles E. Taylor
  • William J. Vondran
COOKS MECHANICS BUGLERS
  • Constant Fredrich
  • Thomas L. Patton
  • Frank Sinclair
  • Louis E. Tiedeman
  • William M. Clapp
  • Robert J. McKenna
  • Nathan Pollack
  • Nathan Salvin
  • Fred Gemsenjager
  • Mathew Perhack
PRIVATES, FIRST CLASS [28]
  • George Batten
  • Bernard J. Casey (†)
  • James A. Clark
  • Thomas F. Clynes
  • Frank V. Cowen
  • Eugene D. Deeley
  • Russell Diehl
  • Harry M. Feinsinger
  • Meyer Feldscher
  • John Frisch
  • Stephen G. Fritz (†)
  • Charles E. Heilber
  • Emil C. Hirsch
  • William F. Horn
  • Rudolph Hotz
  • John Iaunantuoni
  • John A. Kelly
  • William Klais, Jr.
  • Clarence T. Kuykendall
  • Patrick H. McGeever
  • Raymond G. Mohler
  • William A. Nichols
  • John Nowak
  • Fred A. Ocksenreider
  • Joseph C. Rice
  • Chester C. Schuyler
  • Jacob Snyder
  • Frank Tumasz
PRIVATES [157]
  • Jacob Alsofrom
  • Giovanni Angelillo (†)
  • Bernard Aspell (†)
  • Thomas W. Astbury (†)
  • Waclaw Balcerowski
  • Harry J. Bernstein
  • William S. Birnie
  • Pietro Biscone
  • Hugh Blair
  • George D. Blaney (†)
  • George W. Bleasdale
  • Marion G. Blizzard
  • James W. Boatwright
  • Wilbur Brett
  • Clifford S. Buckley
  • Vladslaw Budkus
  • Joseph H. Butterworth
  • Joseph Carlo
  • Frank Clarkson
  • William Clothier
  • John Connolly
  • William J. Conroy
  • Charles J. Coyle (†)
  • Joseph A. Coyle (†)
  • Charles T. Crossland
  • Frank Czarnecki
  • Edward A. Delaney
  • Russell T. Delker (†)
  • Stanley Diamond
  • Daniel Doherty
  • John A. Dorety
  • Henry J. Dougherty
  • Frank S. Dowling
  • Daniel A. Dugan
  • Eugene F. Dugan
  • James J. Dugan
  • Joseph F. Dugan
  • William H. Duke (†)
  • Ignacy Dybalski
  • William Elliot
  • Carlo Fanesi
  • Alfred E. Fina
  • Edmund Fitzmaurice
  • Harry Flitter
  • William P. Flynn
  • Edward V. Fosburgh
  • Mahlon T. Faust
  • Harold Freeman
  • Sam Fuhrman
  • Joseph Gabriel
  • Raymond A. Gallagher
  • R. B. Gillis
  • Maurice F. Ging
  • Antonio Giacondo
  • Charles A. Glaubrecht
  • George Gonaff (†)
  • Edwin Goodman
  • David Gould (†)
  • Fred J. Gramsey
  • William T. Gregory
  • William Griffiths
  • John Guarino
  • Czeslaw Gutkowski
  • Alexander Halgas
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Einar S. Hanssen (†)
  • Edward Harkins
  • Douglass Heller
  • George E. Hile
  • John R. Hinkle
  • Louis Hirt
  • George Hockaday
  • John P. Holden
  • Benjamin W. Holub
  • Herman A. Hollings
  • Frank Hynes
  • William P. Kennedy
  • William J. Kerr
  • John Kiesling
  • William G. King
  • Henry T. Klein
  • Harry H. Koellner
  • Frederick F. Kuhn
  • Frederick P. Kuhn
  • Frank E. Lawless
  • George A. Leetch
  • Harry S. Lennox
  • James P. Leonard
  • Paul Lerke
  • Benjamin F. Lesseig
  • Pabor Livingston (†)
  • Frank Lomonacco
  • Salvatore Lo Prete
  • Antonio Losasso
  • Harry H. Losee
  • Edward P. Lynch
  • John L. Lynch (†)
  • Harry J. Lynd
  • Edward A. McAleer (†)
  • Walter McArthur
  • William McFarlane
  • James McGinnis
  • John P. McHugh
  • William McLehose
  • James J. McMenamin
  • William A. McNally
  • Patrick McNulty
  • Max Machnikowski
  • Walter Mackiewicz
  • Stanley I. Marchant
  • John J. Maresca
  • John M. Mariner
  • Joseph Marino
  • Joseph Marino
  • Romer B. Markle
  • Giovanni Marra
  • Angelo C. Mele
  • Lawrence Melisi
  • Robert R. Morris (†)
  • Antonio Moscufo
  • William Nichols
  • Horace J. O'Donnell (†)
  • John A. O'Neill
  • Joseph G. Olvaney
  • John Patullo
  • Harry G. Pfaff
  • Joseph Pietrzak
  • John J. Quinn (†)
  • Joseph Radzewicz
  • Thomas W. Rauschenberger (†)
  • John H. Rice
  • Raymond A. Roberts
  • Bronislaw Rochowicz
  • Ernest R. Ronsdorf
  • Fred Rufano
  • Umile Russo
  • Domenick Sangermano
  • John Sartory (†)
  • Albert F. Schlump
  • John V. Scudero (†)
  • Eugene H. Shaw
  • John Sink
  • James J. Smith
  • John M. Steger
  • Edwin M. Stillman
  • Frank J. Tetkowwki
  • Nicholas M. Tighe
  • Joseph Tweedale
  • Nick Uliano
  • Francis Urbanis
  • William V. Vorhees
  • Harry Wallace
  • Eugene G. Watkins (†)
  • Harry C. Wilkins
  • Samuel D. Worthington, Jr.
  • Henry D. Youngquist
  • Peter Zack (†)
Joined as Replacements [30] - October 26, 1918
  • Edward C. Hoover
  • John H. Horn
  • Garnett L. Howard
  • Clyde Jacobs (†)
  • Charles M. Keeno (†)
  • James L. Kinney (†)
  • Percy A. Lackner
  • Albert C. Leap
  • Edward McCallen
  • Roy E. McCrorey
  • James B. McNeill
  • William Mann (†)
  • Robert E. Meyer
  • Andrew Otto
  • Joseph Overland
  • Louis Phalan
  • Engenio Pretti
  • Richard J. Puckett
  • William Richards
  • Henry T. Rhodes
  • Anthony Schasny
  • Anthony Samkowitz (†)
  • Bernard Sedlemeyer
  • Theodore Simons
  • Clarence T. South
  • Jeremiah Sullivan
  • Henry W. Switzer
  • Joe Waters (†)
  • Emil Yerks
  • George Zinidikos

Company "K" - Deaths

KILLED IN ACTION [38]

  1. 2ND LIEUT. John T. Owens
  2. SGT. Harry L. Greenwood
  3. SGT. Andrew C. Shagren
  4. SGT. William A. Sievers
  5. SGT. Louis C. Symington
  6. CORP. John Ayre, Jr.
  7. CORP. Pasquale D'Amato
  8. CORP. Stephen G. Fritz
  9. CORP. David Gould
  10. CORP. Lorenzo Lobaccaro

  11. PVT. 1ST. CL. Thomas W. Astbury
  12. PVT. 1ST. CL. Bernard J. Casey
  13. PVT. 1ST. CL. Russell T. Delker
  14. PVT. 1ST. CL. William H. Duke
  15. PVT. 1ST. CL. Edward F. McAleer
  16. PVT. 1ST. CL. Robert R. Morris
  17. PVT. 1ST. CL. John J. Quinn
  18. PVT. 1ST. CL. Thomas W. Rauschenberger
  19. PVT. 1ST. CL. Eugene G. Watkins

  20. PVT. Giovanni Angelillo
  21. PVT. Bernard Aspell
  22. PVT. George D. Blaney
  23. PVT. Albert Commaker
  24. PVT. Charles J. Coyle
  25. PVT. George Gonaff
  26. PVT. Clyde Jacobs
  27. PVT. Charles M. Keeno
  28. PVT. James M. Kinney
  29. PVT. John L. Lynch
  30. PVT. William P. Mann
  31. PVT. Horace J. O'Donnell
  32. PVT. Henry L. Rhodes
  33. PVT. Anthony Samkowitz
  34. PVT. John J. Sartory
  35. PVT. John V. Scudero
  36. PVT. Clarence W. South
  37. PVT. Joe Waters
  38. PVT. Peter Zack

DIED OF WOUNDS [3]

  1. SGT. John M. Rose
  2. PVT. 1ST. CL. Joseph A. Coyle
  3. PVT. William A. Nichols

DIED OF ACCIDENT OR DISEASE [3]

  1. SGT. Christopher W. Kelly
  2. PVT. 1ST. CL. Einar S. Hanssen
  3. PVT. 1ST. CL. Pabor Livingston

MISSING IN ACTION [1]

  1. PVT. Bernard Z. Sedlmeyer

Additionally, from Company "K", 92 soldiers were WOUNDED IN ACTION, and three soldiers were CAPTURED by the German Army.


Source: The Official History of the 315th Infantry U.S.A., being a true record of its organization and training, and of its operations in the World War, and of its activities following the signing of the Armistice, 1917-1919, Compiled and published by Historical Board of the 315th Infantry: Philadelphia, 1920. Pages 122, 116, 270, 271, 129-133, 137.
  [This copy: The Infantry School Library, Ft. Benning, Georgia]

Note: the lists on this page try to exactly copy the lists in the book; if there are mistakes or inconsistencies here, they are also in the book.


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Last revised: 21 March 2005 : 2005-03-21 by Robert [Wesley] Angelo.

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