Company C, Fifty-Sixth Pioneer-Infantry

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Captain Jay E. Ross, Commanding Officer

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1st Lt. Cornelius A. Feury
1st Lt. Edgar A. Curtis
1st Lt. Albert L. Gray
2nd Lt. Norman B. Murphy
2nd Lt. Thomas C. Parker
1st Sgt. William P. Haley
Mess Sgt. Michael J. Flaherty
Sup. Sgt. John J. Elliot
Sgt. Francis J. Curran
Sgt. Patrick A. Donahue
Sgt. John A. Lawler
Sgt. Everett A. McGlauflin
Sgt. John J. O’Tolle
Sgt. Ansel B. Winch
Sgt. Frank Miller
Sgt. Daniel J. O’Neill
Sgt. James H. Halloran
Sgt. John J. Mills
Sgt. John Duff
Sgt. Patrick Mulkern
Cpl. Elroy V. Beverage
Cpl. Jetson F. Dyer
Cpl. Pearlie C. Haynes
Cpl. Leo C. McCarthy
Cpl. Charles E. Quinlan
Cpl. Daniel F. Quirk
Cpl. William H. Coyne
Cpl. Fred D. Walker Jr.
Cpl. Harry D. Weinstein
Cpl. William D. Allison
Cpl. Martin E. Byers
Cpl. Don Carawan
Cpl. Paul V. Hoofnagle
Cpl. Isaac V. Meyers
Cpl. Martin A. Kelley
Cpl. August G. Mikus
Cpl. John P. O’Brien
Cpl. Joseph Logue
Cpl. Clare Tedford
Cpl. John J. Halleran

Cpl. Edward S. Southard
Cpl. William H. Walters
Cpl. Gus A. Beard
Cpl. Walter F. Houston
Cpl. Elmer H. Ewig
Cpl. Robert C. Rapp
Cpl. John W. Huddart
Cpl. Eustace C. Helms
Cpl. Joseph C. Drummey
Cpl. Walter W. Kenneweg
Cpl. Emanuel R. Houskeeper
Cpl. June C. Cashwell
Bglv. John J. Huard
Bglv. William M. Ingalls
Mech. Charles T Gorrivan
Mech. Peter H. Mulligan
Mech. Malcolm A. Nealey
Mech. Harry Ricker
Mech. Cook John A. Bonenberger
Mech. Chester W. Bryant
Mech. Ambrose H. Macdonough
Pvt. 1st Cl. Everett L. Allison
Pvt. 1st Cl. Sam. Biederman
Pvt. 1st Cl. Morris Burkharte
Pvt. 1st Cl. John Celsi
Pvt. 1st Cl. Frank Deboe, jr.
Pvt. 1st Cl. William Donnelly
Pvt. 1st Cl. Leonard C. Emery
Pvt. 1st Cl. Chris Hanson
Pvt. 1st Cl. Herbert Godshall
Pvt. 1st Cl. Walter C. Jones
Pvt. 1st Cl. William D. MacDonald
Pvt. 1st Cl. Path. McCluskey
Pvt. 1st Cl. Federico Prandini
Pvt. 1st Cl. Charles O. O’Connor
Pvt. 1st Cl. Francis E. Raysinger
Pvt. 1st Cl. Peter E. Sullivan
Pvt. 1st Cl. Chester Sours
Pvt. 1st Cl. John F. Warren
Pvt. John Acquiline

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Pvt. William L. Adams, jr.
Pvt. Edward L. Anderson
Pvt. Thomas J. Bable
Pvt. George F. Bahline
Pvt. Elijah T. Bailey
Pvt. Samuel Ballow
Pvt. Samuel Balos
Pvt. Samson W. Bane
Pvt. John A. Beasley
Pvt. Talmage P. Bowman
Pvt. John W. Bower
Pvt. Benjamin F. Brame
Pvt. Julius L. Brooks
Pvt. John H. Burgess
Pvt. Garret H. Blythe
Pvt. John T. Carpenter
Pvt. William A. Carroll
Pvt. Robert S. Carswell
Pvt. Bud J. Carter
Pvt. Robert L. Carter
Pvt. Everett W. Cates
Pvt. Edison Chapman
Pvt. Curnie L. Charles
Pvt. George B. Cheelsman
Pvt. Leroy D. Clay
Pvt. Edward L. Collins
Pvt. Ralph E. Conrad
Pvt. Thomas B. Cooper
Pvt. Pete J. Costin
Pvt. Leon Cotton
Pvt. James O. Crawford
Pvt. Ferbs Cullum
Pvt. Roy D. Davis
Pvt. Sumner G. Davis
Pvt. Walter E. Dawson
Pvt. Herman Dietsch
Pvt. Samuel C. Duncan
Pvt. Charles Ebert
Pvt. Olin J. Edinger
Pvt. Virgil Eger
Pvt. William Mck. Field
Pvt. Ernest M. Fisher
Pvt. William H. Fosmark

Pvt. Oliver J. Fox
Pvt. Harrison E. Foreman
Pvt. Clarence W. Frazier
Pvt. Arthur D. Franz
Pvt. John D. Futch
Pvt. Leslie E. Garten
Pvt. William D. Gatewood
Pvt. Thomas F. Geary
Pvt. Jacob P. Genis
Pvt. Joseph R. Gerein
Pvt. Paul Gilkeson
Pvt. Myron Green
Pvt. Luster Hallifield
Pvt. Harvey J. Haney
Pvt. Thomas J. Hanley
Pvt. Charlie Harris
Pvt. Arthur Helms
Pvt. Joseph C. Hill
Pvt. William J. Hemmingway
Pvt. Louis F. Hart
Pvt. Frank J. Humble
Pvt. Burt W. Hunter
Pvt. Ralph H. Jackson
Pvt. James A. Jacobs
Pvt. Joseph L. James
Pvt. John G. Johnson
Pvt. Willie D. Johnson
Pvt. John W. Jones
Pvt. Seth Jones
Pvt. John R. Jordan
Pvt. John T. Knight
Pvt. Leon Larochelle
Pvt. Florence Lasota
Pvt. Walter W. Ledbetter
Pvt. Charles E. Lee
Pvt. William H. Ledbetter
Pvt. Herbert C. List
Pvt. Nels Maatta
Pvt. Martin H. Moore
Pvt. Daniel Murphy
Pvt. Leonardo Mattallano
Pvt. Hubert Maxwell
Pvt. John M. Mitchell

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Pvt. Will R. McCormick
Pvt. Thomas R. McGraw
Pvt. Harrison McMahon
Pvt. Fred L. McRorie
Pvt. Arthur P. Merryman
Pvt. Timothy J. Miller
Pvt. Amon A. Medlin
Pvt. Fred L. Morris
Pvt. Henry J. Morrison
Pvt. Fred Mueller
Pvt. Robert F. Mull
Pvt. John Palter
Pvt. Hamet A. Peninger
Pvt. Howard M. Peterson
Pvt. Manie C. Perryman
Pvt. Reece M. Phifer
Pvt. Ira L. Presson
Pvt. Roy K. Phillips
Pvt. William C. Pocock
Pvt. Charles M. Potter, jr.
Pvt. Frank Prancuts
Pvt. Thomas B. Price
Pvt. Charles H. Reber
Pvt. Charles L Rebuck
Pvt. Riley W. Rector
Pvt. Frederick S. Reidinger
Pvt. Luther L. Riddle
Pvt. Marcelin L. Rocher
Pvt. Raymond E. Roeder
Pvt. Wladyslaw Rzadkowski
Pvt. George N. Saunders
Pvt. Charles E. Sayres

Pvt. Allen R. Schlieder
Pvt. Frank W. Sherman
Pvt. Enoch B. Shiftlett
Pvt. Clarence W. Shipman
Pvt. Willard L. Silvers
Pvt. Cyrus S. Smith
Pvt. Harry Smith
Pvt. John P. Smith
Pvt. Christy E. Snyder
Pvt. John W. Snyder
Pvt. James E. Smith
Pvt. Jasper N. Southard
Pvt. Theodore G. Speicher
Pvt. Frank Stefano
Pvt. Harvey L. Teague
Pvt. Marion C. Tart
Pvt. Clarence M. Tomlinson
Pvt. George Tysinger
Pvt. Mike Vaselo
Pvt. Dennie C. Veach
Pvt. Paul F. Walker
Pvt. John F. Wilson
Pvt. George W. Wentz
Pvt. Levi M. Weaver
Pvt. Guy E. Welborn
Pvt. John L. Whitemire
Pvt. Thomas L. Willis
Pvt. Charles Valentine
Pvt. Sylvanus N. Hensky
Pvt. Carl Moe
Pvt. Clarence V. Wissel

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Fifty-Sixth Pioneer-Infantry (First Maine Heavy Field Artillery) with the Army of Occupation in Germany New Year 1919

The Fifty-Sixth Pioneer Infantry was originally organized by Colonel Arthur T. Balentine as a regiment of Heavy Field Artillery in the National Guard of the State of Maine, under the name of The Milliken Regiment’. The regiment, which was strictly a volunteer organization, was organized in nineteen days, being completed July 25, 1917, under the title The First Maine Heavy Field Artillery Immediately after its organization, on August 20, 1917, by order of the War Department, Colonel Balentine formed from the personnel of the regiment the One Hundred And First Trench Mortar Battery. This was the first Trench Mortar Battery organized in the United States. It comprised one hundred and eighty-one men and two lieutenants under the command of Captain Roger A, Greene. They were assigned to the 26th Division and shortly afterwards sailed for France. At the same time one hundred men were transferred to the One Hundred And First Regiment Of Engineers of the same Division. After these transfers were made, and the physically unfit eliminated, there remained eight hundred men of the original command. Of these, two hundred were later commissioned as officers, or sent to Officers’ Training Schools.

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