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The soldiers with ** (red stars) have been added by submitters, they were not in the original data, but I feel that they should be included if they served during WWI.

Last Name First Name
Home Town Rank Cause of Death
Link Misc. Info
ACUFF
John F. Ooltewah
Corporal Killed In Action    
ADAMS
Douglas Toptonville Private Disease  
 
ADAMS
Ellis D. Manchester Private Killed In Action  
 
ADAMS
John W. Baileyton
Private Killed In Action    
ADAMS
Lewis B. Englewood
Cook Disease  
 
**ADAMS
Morton B. ?? Lieutenant ??  
 
ADAMSON
Bob Liberty Private Killed In Action  
 
ADCOCK
Thomas D. Inskip
Private Killed In Action    
ADKERSON
Robert H. Kingston Springs Private Disease  
 
**ADKINSON
Joseph B.
Memphis
Sergeant
??
Medal of Honor Recipients Medal of Honor
ADKISON
Barney A. Brighton Private Disease    
AILOR
Lillard E. Knoxville
Sergeant Killed In Action    
AKIN
Ewell W. LaVergne Private Killed In Action  
 
ALBERTSON
Chas H. Elizabethton
Private Wounds    
ALBRIGHT
Elmer McKenzie Private Killed In Action  
 
ALEXANDER
Bundy Helouise Private Wounds  
Town is Heloise.
ALEXANDER
John Trimble Gallatin Private Disease

ALEXANDER
Wm Monterey Private Wounds  
 
**ALLEN Anderson B. Gainesboro Private ?? Jackson County Men in WWI  
ALLEN
Charles Union City Private Disease  
 
ALLEN
Charlie White Pine Private Disease    
ALLEN
Fred R. Mount Vernon Private Disease  
 
ALLEN
John Q. Model Sergeant Killed In Action  
 
ALLEN
Lavator L. Sevierville
Private Wounds    
ALLEN
Leslie Lafayette Private Killed In Action  
 
ALLEN
Louis Memphis. Private Disease  
 
Last Name First Name
Home Town Rank Cause of Death
Link Misc. Info
ALLEN
Monty Hendersonville Private Disease  
 
ALLEN
Oby Jefferson City
Private Disease    
**ALLEN Rentford ?? Private ?? Jackson County Men in WWI  
ALLEN
Tip M. Morristown
Sergeant Wounds    
ALLISON
Arthur T. Crab Odchard
Private Killed In Action   Town is Crab Orchard
ALLISON
Joseph Paulie Waverly Private Killed In Action  
 
ALLISON
Stephen C. Birchwood
Private Killed In Action    
** ALLRED Charles T. ?? ?? ?? Letter  
ALSUP
Joseph E. Norene Private Disease  
 
AMYX
Riley S. Rogersville Private Disease  
 
ANDERSON Charles Lorimer Milan Private Disease  
 
ANDERSON
Edgar B. Franklin Corporal Disease  
 
ANDERSON
Horace C. Wartrace Private Killed In Action  
 
ANDERSON James Dillard Thompson Station Private Killed In Action Gold Star  
**ANDERSON John B. Gainesboro Private ?? Jackson County Men in WWI  
**ANDERSON Oliver O. Granville Sergeant ?? Jackson County Men in WWI  
ANDERSON
Walter Clayton Hendersonville Private Disease  
 
ANDERSON William L. Knoxville Sergeant Disease  
 
ANGEL
Henry F. Elizabethton
Sergeant Killed In Action    
ANGEL Victor Pikeville
Private Disease    
ANTHONY
Elmer E. Lenoir City
Private Wounds    
ARMES
Thomas W. Humbolt Private Killed In Action  
 
ARMSTRONG Henry Guion Memphis Lieutenant Killed In Action  
 
ARMSTRONG John W. Jonesboro
Corporal Killed In Action  
 
ARMSTRONG
Walter R. Knoxville
Private Disease    
Last Name First Name
Home Town Rank Cause of Death
Link Misc. Info
ARNOLD Bryan Gleason Private Disease  
 
ARNOLD
Charlie Arlington
Private Killed In Action    
ARNOLD
Edward E. Waverly Private Disease  
He was a member Co"M" 57th
Pioneer Regt .
Buried at Arnington Nat'l Cem.
Submitted by: William J.T.Perry
Great Nephew of Edward Arnold

ARNOLD Jesse N. Shelbyville Corporal Killed In Action  
 
ARNOLD
Jim Bell Buckle Mechanic Wounds  
 
ARY Hubert L. Flatwoods Private Disease  
 
ASHE
John B. Memphis Corporal Killed In Action  
 
ASLINGER
Calvin Stainville
Private Wounds  
 
ATCHLEY Amos Sevierville
Private Wounds  
 
AUSTIN
Frederick C. Fountain City Corporal Disease  
 
** AUSTIN Luther Joseph Norma Specialist Five. Came Home
Obit
Luther Joseph Austin was born on January 11, 1899 in Bon Air, White County, TN., and died June 14, 1987 in Oneida, Scott County, TN at the age of 88.
MILITARY: Luther Joseph Austin joined the US Army on November 25, 1919 at Camp Zachary Taylor, KY. Completed 3 years of honorable service to his country. Discharged at Fort Slocum, New York on November 29, 1922. During his Military service he was a Musician and Bugle player. His Honorable Discharge (In the possession of E. Ray Austin) indicates he was an Expert Pistol shooter. He served with Service Company, 18th Infantry, and was discharged with the rank of Specialist Five.
OCCUPATION: Coal Miner for almost thirty years. He was also an electrician, mechanic, carpenter, and farmer. Luke worked in mines at Davidson, TN as an Electrician along with his brother Arthur. Arthur was also an Electrician and was killed during a rock slide in the Davidson mines.
Submitted by E. Ray Austin
AUSTIN Robert E. Bogota Corporal Wounds  
 
AUSTIN William Knoxville
Private Killed In Action    




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