Mr. and Mrs. Jake (Rose Mahler) Zieger Public School Art Glass Worker, Milwaukee Art Glass Works 80th Division
Mr. and Mrs. David B. (Sarah Edleman) Franklin Grammar school; high school; university training Jewish Charles Friend 302nd Field Artillery, 76th Division F
Mr. and Mrs. Itzko (Esther Bosyn) Greenberg Public school, high school, normal school Jewish Student 120th Field Artillery, 32nd Division A
Ignatz and Agnes (Tolske) Bekesh
Mr. and Mrs. Martin (Bertha Koshanka) Stelzer 6 grade Lutheran Railroad Police 121st Field Artillery, 32nd Division A
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kesell
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Fromkin
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Czupsyniak
Mr. and Mrs. Conral (Irine) Kesell Army School Catholic Helping Engineer, Pfister and Vogel 120th Field Artillery, 32nd Division B Private to Private First Class Was not wounded. Gassed a little.
Mr. and Mrs. Ignatz (Agnes Tolski) Bekesh Laborer, Palmolive Company 328th Field Artillery, 85th Division Character excellent.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Antonina) Wasiak Catholic Coremaker 121st Field Artillery, 32nd Division F Private
Mr. and Mrs. Martin (Bertha Koshanka) Stelzer
Mr. and Mrs. Michal (Mary) Czupsyniak Machinist Catholic Globe Seamless Tube Company 82nd Field Artillery, 15th Cavalry Division E Private First Class
Telephone Operator 6th Field Artillery, 1st Division A In Mexico during trouble there. One of the first to go to France. Wounded in action May 10, 1918