Roll of Cattaraugus County
|Excerpted Cattaraugus names from "Roll of
Honor" by Brigadier General J. Leslie Kincaid, Adjutant General of the
State. Not only Company I boys, but other outfits as well.
of Kin List
|One of the treasures I found in my father's
belongings were four sheets of paper, with the names of men and
officers of four platoons of Company I with there serial numbers,
and next of kin.
Roster of Company I
|Courtesy of John Quinn, this photo roster
is from a book similar in style to a "yearbook". Though many of
the people mentioned in my Dad's diary are there, for some
isn't. Must have been "camera shy".
| More about the 108th Infantry
|Information about the 108th's Patch from an
unsigned article in the National Tribune, Thursday, December 21, 1933.
Also pictues from "over there", in the area of St. Souplet.
Most courtesy of Bernard LeMaire of France. (You will have to
use your browser's back button to get back from this one)
Roughnecks The 107TH INFANTRY
|This is a link to site that isn't maintained by
me and isn't our 108th's Co. I, but rather a site devoted
to another unit in the 27th Division, the 107TH INFANTRY .
It seems that they went over in the same convoy, and fought in
pretty much the same area as our boys did. This is an excellent
site with lots of WWI information.and you won't be disappointed.
|The Doughboy Center
|The Doughboy Center is has diaries, letters, unpublished manuscripts,
collections of memorabilia and souvenirs of members of all military
services, medical staff, volunteer workers, employees of government
agencies and news correspondents for the American Expeditionary Forces
in the First World War.
|Photographs of Company I, 108th Infantry at Camp
Wadworth, and Frank Baker, First Class Private
Brooke's Spartanburg County Historical Association web site.
|A history of Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg SC with
some detailed information of camp life, photos, and histories.
Jonathan Brooke was able to identify the location of some of the Rifle
Range photos on this web site.