Doddridge County Veterans

Who Died in WW I

Killed in action, France 1918

Killed in action, France 1918

Died in Germany as a POW 1918

Died of pneumonia in France 1918

Killed in action 1918

Died of pneumonia, Camp Lee, VA 1918

Killed in action 1918

Died of pneumonia in France 1918

Died in France of battle wounds 1918

Died of pneumonia in France 1918

Killed in action, France 1918

Died in France of battle wounds 1918

Died in France of battle wounds 1918

Died in France of battle wounds 1918

Killed in action, France 1918

Died in France of battle wounds 1918

Killed in action, France 1918

Died of pneumonia & meningitis, France 1917

Killed in action, France 1918

Died in England of battle wounds 1918

Died of influenza, France 1918

Hit by train when on guard duty in Ritchie Co. 1917

Died of pneumonia, Camp Lee, VA 1918

1918

Killed in action, France 1918

Killed in action, France 1918

“It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God such men lived” — George S. Patton

Cpl, US Army    

Cpl, US Army      

Pvt, AEF      

Pvt, AEF     

Sgt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army    

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, AEF     

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army     

Cpl, US Army     

Pvt, US Army    

Bugler, US Army   US Army     

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army    

Pvt, USMC     

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, WV ARNG    

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army    

Pvt, US Army     

Pvt, US Army     

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