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

Company G, Fifty-Sixth Pioneer-Infantry

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Capt. Albert E. Whitehill, Commanding Officer

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1st Lt. William B. Carroll
1st Lt. Joseph E. Wiley
1st Sgt. Oliver L. Simpson
Mess Sgt. Raymond H. Knowlton
Sup. Sgt. Ralph F. Colburn
Sgt. Harry E. Bickford
Sgt. Francis S. Frye

2nd Lt. George A. J. Froberger
2nd Lt. Donald W. Carter
Sgt. John C. Ryder
Sgt. Wilfred J. McNeil
Sgt. John C. Ryder
Sgt. Richard Collett
Sgt. Leo R. Goupee
Sgt. Chester Totten

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Sgt. Norman P. Knowlton
Sgt. John A. Goupee
Sgt. Howard Graham
Sgt. Roger L. Donaldson
Cpl. Caldwell Sweet, Jr.
Cpl. Francis B. Cummings
Cpl. Howard S. Cushman
Cpl. John Graham
Cpl. Charlie B. Basket
Cpl. John O. Benson
Cpl. Melville D. Bowers
Cpl. John C. Cherryholmes
Cpl. Michael J. Coady
Cpl. James W. Doran
Cpl. Archie E. Fritz
Cpl. Joseph Hess
Cpl. Joseph King
Cpl. John W. Leonard jr.
Cpl. Peter P. Marosky
Cpl. Joseph W Milan
Cpl. Fred W. Perkins
Cpl. Ronal B. Sleeper
Cpl. Henry Smith
Cpl. Leonard Thibadeau
Cpl. David E. Thomas
Cpl. James M. Willis
Cpl. Walter R. McInnis
Bglr. Oliver R. Hamlin
Bglr. Hilmer H. Lindgren
Cook Ralph C Barnes
Cook William J. LaClair
Cook Harold A. Libby
Cook Harold C. Stobbs
Mech. Levi E. Lambert
Pvt. 1st Cl. Maygrelt W. Adams
Pvt. 1st Cl. Lester J. Anderson
Pvt. 1st Cl. Knute G. Anderson
Pvt. 1st Cl. Archie M. Bigley
Pvt. 1st Cl. Wiley O. Bolton
Pvt. 1st Cl. Rufus Browning
Pvt. 1st Cl. Charles Butt
Pvt. 1st Cl. Leon C. Cheek
Pvt. 1st Cl. John A. Craig

Pvt. 1st Cl. Joseph S. Croyle
Pvt. 1st Cl. Henry G. Cleveland
Pvt. 1st Cl. Domenick Contio
Pvt. 1st Cl. George W. Crigger
Pvt. 1st Cl. William Dauber
Pvt. 1st Cl. Patrick O. Conrad
Pvt. 1st Cl. Farida F. Dotson
Pvt. 1st Cl. Loney R. Duncan
Pvt. 1st Cl. John J. Day
Pvt. 1st Cl. Henry H. Doyle
Pvt. 1st Cl. William J. Elkind
Pvt. 1st Cl. Edgar J. Fuller
Pvt. 1st Cl. Frank G. Fellhofer
Pvt. 1st Cl. Charles E. Fitzgerald
Pvt. 1st Cl. George Fonner
Pvt. 1st Cl. Carl M. Grove
Pvt. 1st Cl. Everett R. Hanscom
Pvt. 1st Cl. John S. Hawkins
Pvt. 1st Cl. Lawrence Heimel
Pvt. 1st Cl. Leonard W. Jones
Pvt. 1st Cl. Samuel Kay
Pvt. 1st Cl. Reuben Kelley
Pvt. 1st Cl. McKinley W. King
Pvt. 1st Cl. John M. Kuhner
Pvt. 1st Cl. Edward F. Lachat
Pvt. 1st Cl. Carl E. Landstrom
Pvt. 1st Cl. Walter T. Lassiter
Pvt. 1st Cl. George A. Line
Pvt. 1st Cl. Roy A. Morris
Pvt. 1st Cl. Harry L. Morrison
Pvt. 1st Cl. John B. Mullin
Pvt. 1st Cl. Samuel Nathanson
Pvt. 1st Cl. Grover P. Neuhard
Pvt. 1st Cl. Harvey S. Oldham
Pvt. 1st Cl. Lee P. Oldham
Pvt. 1st Cl. Charles T. Overdorf
Pvt. 1st Cl. Thomas Papoleo
Pvt. 1st Cl. Arthur I. Paulsrud
Pvt. 1st Cl. Bernard J. Plunket
Pvt. 1st Cl. Harry E. Price
Pvt. 1st Cl. Charles C. Ray
Pvt. 1st Cl. Joe Richardson
Pvt. 1st Cl. Allison J. Riter

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Pvt. 1st Cl. Pvt. 1st Cl. Albert R. Reimsnider
Pvt. 1st Cl. Donald Sheddy
Pvt. 1st Cl. Earl E. Smith
Pvt. 1st Cl. Clifford W. Stabley
Pvt. 1st Cl. Joseph L. Stallings
Pvt. 1st Cl. Elmer E. Stonebraker
Pvt. 1st Cl. Arthur J Tallman
Pvt. 1st Cl. Charles H. Teipe
Pvt. 1st Cl. Harry S. Walter
Pvt. 1st Cl. William F. Woodfield
Pvt. 1st Cl. Thomas C. Woodlief
Pvt. 1st Cl. Hilmer Lindgren
Pvt. Thomas H. Alford
Pvt. Maynard Anderson
Pvt. Simon Anderson
Pvt. Russell D. Ames
Pvt. Jim Allen
Pvt. William M. Ault
Pvt. John Baldino
Pvt. William K. Bell
Pvt. William J. Blaylock
Pvt. Evert Boettger
Pvt. Frank Bollella
Pvt. Frederick E. Buchanan
Pvt. Robert G. Burnett
Pvt. Warren L. Bailor
Pvt. Walter L. Bange
Pvt. Harry I. Barnard
Pvt. Roy Bennett
Pvt. William Brier
Pvt. Harry W. Bloom
Pvt. Deil R. Casker
Pvt. Morcel Comotto
Pvt. Abraham B. Cotner
Pvt. Harry W. Croman
Pvt. John Chirbuin
Pvt. Dale W Crisman
Pvt. Samuel C. Casey
Pvt. John D’Ambrosio
Pvt. Sumpter Davis
Pvt. Ed W. Daniel
Pvt. Oscar S. Dickerson
Pvt. William W. Disharoon

Pvt. Patrick E. Dullen
Pvt. Oskar F. Ekstrom
Pvt. Cash Edwards
Pvt. Claude Fields
Pvt. William C Fincher
Pvt. Frank Faughman
Pvt. David L. Firster
Pvt. William F. Fischer
Pvt. Joseph K. Fleming
Pvt. Ellis Furman
Pvt. Samuel L. Fooks
Pvt. Clarence H. Froyd
Pvt. Walter R. Frye
Pvt. George Gianneupoules
Pvt. John S. Gaile
Pvt. Ward N. Gummo
Pvt. Samuel H. Green
Pvt. James H. Gardner
Pvt. Thomas F. Green
Pvt. William O. Green
Pvt. John Hanning
Pvt. George Hanson
Pvt. Frank Hartman
Pvt. Murray Henry
Pvt. Percy Hendricks
Pvt. William J. Hetner
Pvt. Carles E. Holt
Pvt. Earl L. Hoopengardner
Pvt. Thomas Higgenbotham
Pvt. Grover C. Houseknecht
Pvt. Thomas D. Huston
Pvt. Samuel L Howell
Pvt. James Hornady
Pvt. George A. Hoysler
Pvt. James M. Hynes
Pvt. William C. Jones
Pvt. James Kareh
Pvt. Ernest Kinder
Pvt. John T. Kirby
Pvt. John Q. Knarr
Pvt. Harry F. Koontz
Pvt. Charles C. Kuhn
Pvt. Pleasant V. Kuykendall

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Pvt. Pvt. Giuseppi Lapriola
Pvt. Henry G Larson
Pvt. Maurice H. Levine
Pvt. Dolphus Lanning
Pvt. John Layorko
Pvt. William N. Long
Pvt. Adam Lobkowich
Pvt. Coroniti G. Marziali
Pvt. Archibald Miller
Pvt. Harry O. Miller
Pvt. Duffy Morgan
Pvt. Jadie E. Moore
Pvt. James Morrow
Pvt. William M. Moore
Pvt. Ross Moses
Pvt. James B. Mann
Pvt. John T. Marbury
Pvt. Freeman McAfee
Pvt. Charles B. McCrarey
Pvt. Andrew McKay
Pvt. Agostino Mesiano
Pvt. John J. Murphy
Pvt. Ostis Murray
Pvt. Joseph Newmyer
Pvt. Herman R Northcraft
Pvt. Raffaele Neri
Pvt. Elmer T. Nicol
Pvt. Edgar R. O’Neal
Pvt. Sinton Nichols
Pvt. John F. O’Neil
Pvt. Manson Owen
Pvt. Ervin R. Parrish
Pvt. John L. Pentz
Pvt. Epol Piwaronas
Pvt. Edward H. Price
Pvt. Harry L. Page
Pvt. David R. Palmer
Pvt. Samuel Prewalsky
Pvt. Carmine Protano
Pvt. Lorenzo J. Rickard
Pvt. Aley Robins
Pvt. Rafaele Rossi
Pvt. Joseph Saboska
Pvt. Robert Rathbone

Pvt. Pvt. Harlie Rathbone
Pvt. Carl Ray
Pvt. Joseph W. Rehor
Pvt. Therson Rhymer
Pvt. James Rich
Pvt. Jesse E. Rogers
Pvt. Oliver Rideout
Pvt. Mark Saxon
Pvt. John J Schelshorn
Pvt. Herman Sechlechter
Pvt. Martin J. Seifert
Pvt. Charles H. Solomon
Pvt. Frederick W. Stoltenberg
Pvt. Jesse Starnes
Pvt. Helvin R. Stover
Pvt. Floyd Shook
Pvt. Chester Sealey
Pvt. Harley E. Seay
Pvt. Luther L. Smothers
Pvt. Joseph Sienkiewcz
Pvt. Henry C. Smith
Pvt. Glenn M. Squires
Pvt. Paul Carl Tepper
Pvt. Max Towbin
Pvt. Ernest A. Terry
Pvt. Blaine B. Trull
Pvt. Walter H. Updegraff
Pvt. Verte Vredenberg
Pvt. Harold L. Wadsworth
Pvt. Clement J. Weible
Pvt. Lee Roy Weiskop
Pvt. Linwood A. Wells
Pvt. Merle Wiltse
Pvt. John T. Wilkie
Pvt. George Wright
Pvt. Harold Whitman
Pvt. Harry L. Womelsdorf
Pvt. Seymour Wiesselthier
Pvt. George W. Williams
Pvt. George W. Williams
Pvt. Harry C. Wing
Pvt. John Yecolano
Pvt. Milford Al Bennehoof

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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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