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December 25, 2014

1919 State Normal of Warrensburg (UCM) Students Killed During The Great War - World War I France


1919 State Normal of Warrensburg Missouri - Students Killed in World
(UCM Today)
War 1 - The Great War

David H. Adams
Seaman 2nd Class Wilmer Charles Andes 
Lost overboard en route to France during WW1. Aug. 8, 1918

Charles Henry Boisseau  
Burial 16 Oct 1918, age 34 in Sunset Hills, Warrensburg, MO

Kenneth Gael Carmack
Buried in Sunset Hills, Warrensburg, MO
 Kenneth Gael Carmack
Samuel Leslie Catlin

Corp. Robert L. Clore
Robert Lemuel Clore
Birth: July 16, 1894 Lee's Summit
17th Co. 5th Regt. U.S. Marines
Killed June 6, 1918 
Chateau Thierry, France
Belleau Woods



Lyle Connoley

John Dowey

Buford Gordon

George Clark Harlan

Ray Karls

Earl McClelland

Edgar Lee McNeel
JohnJohn F. PingreePingree  
Walter Rector
Walter Edward Rector

While serving in the Army, he was stricken with pneumonia and died. Walter Edward Rector was born December 21, 1896 at Blairstown, and died in the service of his country at Camp McArthur, Waco, TX., on Thursday, October 17, 1918 from pneumonia. His age was 21 years, 9 months, and 26 days. When his call came, he went so willingly. He took his questionnaire and placed himself in Class 1. With a smile, and a loving word to his Mother not to worry about him, he entered the service just six weeks before the final call came. He graduated from Blairstown High School and also attended the State Normal at Warrensburg. At the age of 17 years he began teaching and continued until called into the service. A gloom was cast over the entire community when the first news of his serious illness was received, and the high esteem in which he was held was made manifest by the interest shown from his bedside. Those left to mourn their loss are: father, mother, 4 brothers, 3 sisters, grandfather, grandmother, other relatives and a host of dear friends. A long procession accompanied the remains to the cemetery where a short but impressive service was conducted by Rev. W. C. Hicks of Urich, MO. The many floral offerings were held during the service by 12 flower girls, and afterwards placed on the cedar trimming gave. The Record extends the deepest sympathy to the bereaved family and relatives. 
Charles M. Sooter
Born Jan. 20, 1896 Died Dec.23, 1917
Son of Reverend William M. and Nancy A. Sooter  
Sooter 




Earle W. Taylor
Pvt. Walter Thieman
Died at Fort Riley, Kansas Oct. 12, 1918
Co H 70th Inf.
Died of influenza at Camp Funston (Fort Riley), Kansas
Seaman 2nd Class Loren Thompson, USN
 Died September 26, 1918
Great Lakes, Lake County, Illinois, USA
Died in influenza at Great lakes Naval Training Station.
Harold E. Weber

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