They Served During World War I

The following is a list of names of Daviess County boys were killed in action, died of wounds or sickenss in France and in camps, or were injured in the service of our country during World War I:

The following is a list of names of Daviess County boys were killed in action, died of wounds or sickenss in France and in camps, or were injured in the service of our country during World War I:

KILLED IN ACTION

Francis V. Frazier, Altamont
William Seiler, Gallatin
Wallace McAfee, Gallatin
Stanley Benard, Pattonsburg
Charles A. Shaw, Pattonsburg
Ray Noll, Jamesport
John Tracy, Coffey
Robert Adkinson, Gallatin
Martin Conaway
John Whetstone

DIED OF DISEASE

Wilford Smith, A.E.F., Jameson
Daniel Collier, Jamesport
Alexander Dowell, Jamesport
Francis McCray, Jamesport
Virgil Utz, Pattonsburg
Bert Ayers, Gallatin
Oather Lukehart, Gallatin
Earl Weist, A.E.F., Gallatin
Lloyd Biddle, Gallatin
William Robinson, Gallatin
Joseph Linville, Gallatin
Earl Weist, A.E.F., Jameson
Emmett Downs, Weatherby
Elmer Oak, Winston
George Hudson, Winston

WOUNDED

Charles McLaughlin, Gallatin
Frank Stapleton, Gallatin
Roy Stephenson, Gallatni
Charles W. Graham, Gallatin
Evan Edwards, Gallatin
Homer Venable, Gallatin
Hemry Ramsbottom, Gallatin
Lloyd Welden, Gallatin
Leroy Spidle, Gallatin
Samuel Graham, Gallatin
Charles Plymell, Coffey
Ora Butcher, Pattonsburg
Frank J. Brown, Jameson
Eddie Earl Smith, Jamesport
Lee Goodbar, Jamesport
Hobart Brown, Jamesport
Clyde Robinson, Jamesport
Ronald A. Ginder, Jameson
E.F. Stephenson, Altamont
John Swofford, Gallatin
Homer Lummon, Gallatin
Clarence Morris, Gallatin

Reprinted from the Gallatin Democrat, Jan 24, 1917