World War I veterans honored at Ligonier Valley Library |

World War I veterans honored at Ligonier Valley Library

Bill Pribisco | for Trib Total Media
Shirley Iscrupe (left) is shown with volunteer clerkTheresa Schwab, who recorded the names on the computer and worked on the collection of albums containing information submitted about the local vets.

The World War I photo history show at the Ligonier Valley Library ended Tuesday but not before all of the service men and service women were recognized.

On Nov. 12, a recording of the reading of Ligonier Valley World War I veterans was played in the Pennsylvania Room to honor the veterans.

Volunteer library clerk Theresa Schwab recorded the names on the computer and worked on the collection of albums containing information submitted about the local vets.

Informatoion about the veterans is contained in volumes 6-12 of the Worl War I binders.

Veterans recognized were Dr. Ray McKelvey Alexander, Russell Alexander, James M. Allen, Dewey Ambrose, Bryon M. Ankney, H. Geary Ankney, Martin D. Antonio, J. (Joseph) F. Arbaugh, Russell K. Armor, Harry Ashbaugh, Samuel J. Austin, Thomas Elroy Austin, Grant Austraw, Arthur L. Baer, John E. Baird, Reuben Barkley, Earl B. Bates, George A. Bates, Jane Hamill Beacom, Evan S. Bechtold, George W. Beck, Allan I. Bennett, Roy G. Berkelbach, Denny C. Berkey, Walter C. Berringer, Howard Bitner, John R. Bitner, Wade Francis Blackburn, Edward Blair, Charles W. Brant, Harry M. Brant, Oliver Brant, Frank J. Brauer, Lester Y. Brendle, Jacob Hargnet Breniser, John W. Breniser, Isaac Brettel, Joseph N. Burkey, Edward C. Burns, Emory E. Burns, Lawrence Arthur Burns, Benjamin F. Byers, Jacob W. Byers, Washington L. Cable, James M. Cairns, W. Chester Cairns, Frank Caldwell, Roy G. Caldwell, George Edgar Campbell, Andrew G. Carnes, Lloyd H. Carns, William W. Carns, Alven Caven, Amos F. Clark, John I. Clark, Mird J. Clark, Eugene Ulerich Clawson, Ralph D. Clawson, Dean Clifford, Roy F. Clopp, Elmer Coffman, Dean Arden Couch, George E. Covode, Charles Franklin Crownover, Gertrude Crowe, John Roy Crusan, Leslie T. Crusan, George A. Boomer Darr, Mack M. Darr, Frank L. Davis, Walter C. Davis, John M. Deeds, George L. Deemer, Richard James DeLowry,William Breniser Dice, HowardLogan Donaldson, James C. Dodson,

William R. Dominy, D. Roy Earnest, Charles Edsall, A.V. Edwards, Donald Egner, Clyde N Eicher, Frank Homer Eicher, (John) Edwin Elrick, Charles Elroy (aka James Ralph Kuhns),

Howard W. Emerick, Andrew Eslary, George Essey, Orion (also Oria) Eutsey, Frank M. Ewing, Thomas Ralph Ewing, Walter G. Ewing, Michael E. Farrell, John A. Featherson, John W. Felgar, Walter E. Felgar, John A. Fiscus, William B. Fleming, John E. Ford, Robert Foust, William Fowler, James V. Foy, Charles M. Freeman, John H. Freeman, Frederick Frost, Walter Edgar Fry, Carl T. Frye, Guy L. Fullmer, George Garland, Steve Gasper, Milton E. Geeting. Frank A. Giesey, Thomas F. Giesey,

Erl C. B. Gould, George Z. Graham, Phay Graham, Robert M. Graham, Chauncey D. Griffith, Jesse Griffith, Louis Edward Griffith, Ernest Grimm, William J. Grubbs,

Albert A. Habgood, George E. Hackwelder, Adam Lewis Hair, Owen Nelson Haire, Burnette Hall,

Clarence W. Hall, Eugene G. Hamill, Howard E. Hamill, Jack H. Hamill, Paul H. Hamill, Park Hammond, Ralph L. Hammond, Francis Clark Harmon, Walter J. Henderson, KJ Hendricks,

S. Wesley West Hewlings, Harman E. Hines,

Miles Dempsey Hines, John Hofelt, William L. Hofelt, Edward Alton Holland, Edward D. Hood,

Walter J. Hood, Robert Hooper, Ralph Horner,

Russell B. Horner, Harry Ralph Hostetler,

Wilbert E. Bert Houpt, Elmer Hoyman, Phey B. Hoyman, Fred G. Igo, Victor S. Igo, Roy J. Irwin, Charles J. James, Lewis James, Thomas James, Walter Janovich, William M. Jenkins,

Clarence W. Johns, Thomas L. Johns, Arthur N. Johnson, Dr. Josiah B. Johnson, Frank R. Johnston, William Johnston, Joseph G. Keffer,

Walter M. Keffer, Elmer L. Kelly, John A. Kilgore, Robert H. Killen, Harry C. Kissell,

Russell W. Kissell, George S. Klingensmith, William I. Klingensmith, Chester C. Knupp,

Lloyd Samuel Knupp, Frank D. Krichbaum, Edward B. Kuhns, James Ralph Kuhns (aka Charles Elroy), Wilbert H. Kuhns, William R Kuhns,

Verner E. Kuntz, Simon R. Larimer, William J. Laughner (or Loughner), Lee R. Leichliter,

James S. Lemmon, John H. Leslie, Walter Lindsey, William D. Lohr, Norwood W. Long,

Walter R. Love, Marcus W. Lowe, Clyde M. Lowman, Axel Lundquist, Axel E. Lundquist, Emil Lundquist, Isaac W. Luther, Hugh Mabon, Robert J. Mackey, C.H. Mahla, A.C. Manning,

Joel M. Marks, Harry C. Mathews, John W. McAuliffe, Samuel C. McCauley, Vernon S. McClintock, William Paul McCracken, Howard C. McCrady, Martin D. McCurdy, Edward J. McDowell

W. Scott McGraw, John Clyde McHail, Arthur G. McKelvey, Russell M. McKelvey, William G. McKelvey, Samuel G. McKinney, Rodney W. McMillen, Matthew T. Mellon, Richard K. Mellon, H. Dean Menoher, John E. Menoher,

Lester E. Menoher, Robert M. Menoher, Franklin N. Miller, Charles Mitchell, James S. Mitchell, John H. Montgomery, Elmer E. Monticue, John R. Monticue, John L. Moonly,

Wendell L. Moore, Frederick S. Morris, Fred Morrow, Charles M. Murdock, Francis Barrington Murphy, William Musick, Earl B. Myers, Maurice A. Myers, John S. Neiderheiser, Samuel Clarke Neighly, Robert M. Nelson, Garnet J. Nicely,

George B. Nicely, Walter D. Nicely, William H. Nicely, Clarence A. Noel, Roy E. Noel, George F. Norris Sr., Jacob Ober, Gomer F. O’Brien,

William S. Over, Earnest L. Overly, Arthur M. Park, Joseph Parks, Ralph E. Paul, Charles W. Penrod, Clarence H. Pershing, Pershing Boys,

Robert N. Piper, Mike Potoppo, James L. Potts, Robert Riddell Potts, Samuel Pyle, Wilbert Quear, Floyd E. Queer, Harry Tink Queer, Frank M. Ramey, Albert L. Rector, Robert B. Rector,

Harold W. Reynolds, William Rhoades, David G. Richards, John F. Richards, Harry I. Riffle, Jetur R. Riggs, Richard A. Riggs, Robert Donald Riggs, Frank Vincent Roadman, James Roadman, Jean M. Robb, John L. Robb, Clyde L. Roberts, John H. Roberts, Sedric G. Roberts, Sidney Roberts, James G. Robinson, Mary Robinson (Godfrey), Paul A. Robinson, Richard “Bud” Robinson, Sherman J. Robinson, Tom Robinson, George Robitaille, Ernest Rowland,

Harold E. Rowland, Midas Rullo, Walter A. Saling, Gustaf Schroder, William C. Schuler, Charles Schonlau, Burton L. Scott, James R. Scott, Angelo Serventi, Harry S. Shaffer, Dr. Harry L. Shaffer Jr., James M. Shaffer, Thomas Shaffer, William A. Shannon, Harvey E. Shaulis, Bryan L. Short, Harry E. Sible,

Levi Joseph Silk, Donald J.H. Skekel, Donald Smith, Emanuel A. Smith, Glenn Smith, McCurdy E. Smith, Roland G. Smith, Stanley Smith, Charles W. Smithley, Frank M. Snyder, Aubrey G. Sommer, Edward E. Stephenson, John T. Stitely, Lawrence Stom, Frank P. Storey, Ralph B. Stough, Clair A. Taylor, Robert Taylor, Harry M. Tedrow, Edgar L. Thatcher, Garrit A. Thorne, John Timblin, J. Clyde Titterington, Dr. Harry Woodruff Title, Steve J. Tobias, Walter Tomlinson, William Tosh, Earl Truxal (also Truxall), Bert R. Ulery, Geary H. Ulery Sr., George F. Ulery, G.A. Ulrich, William Vanett, Raymond H. Veatch, Homer Walker, Walter C. Warfel, Harry A. Ward, Albert Waters (Watters), Carl Waters (Watters), James Clyde Weller, Stuart E. Weller, George T. Welshonsce, Forest T. West, Joshua Clyde Whetzel, Ernest Will, Louis Will, Charles E. Wilt, Lemon Wisner, Cyrus C. Withrow, Fred F. Withrow, Meade G. Withrow, John A. Wohlgemuth, Carl H. Wolf, Arnold G. Wyant, Clarence C. Wylie, Joseph Yellenic, Martin L. Yothers, Charles G. Zimmerman, Walter R. Zimmerman, Peter Zurfluh and Thomas Zurick.

Deborah A. Brehun is a staff editor for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 724-238-2111 or [email protected].

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