World War 1 Gold Star Men of Ida County Iowa

A list of Gold Star men from Ida County Iowa. Gold Star soldiers were men who gave the ultimate sacrifice to their country, their life. This provides the name of the soldier, their home town, date of death as well as location and circumstances of it.

NameHome
Magnus C. AndersonBattle Creek
Died in mid-ocean from influenza and pneumonia on October 4, 1918, a member of 4th Replacement Regiment.
Eddie J. S. Bauer Holstein
Killed November 4, 1918 in Argonne, member of replacement regiment, having belonged to July 25 quota.
Vinton BradshawIda Grove
Killed in action July 27, 1918, a member of Co. K 168th Infantry, in the Marne salient.
William H. DesselHolstein
Killed in action on October 13, 1918, died of influenza and pneumonia at Camp Dodge, Ia., a member of September 5 quota.
Walter DibbernGalva
Died October 14, 1918 from influenza and pneumonia at Camp Dodge, Ia., a member of July 25 quota.
William GrothBattle Creek
Killed in action September 15, 1918 at St. Mihiel, a member of Co. B, 168th infantry.
Carl O. HansenBattle Creek
Died from disease in France on January 1919, a member of the September 22, 1917 quota.
Thomas IrwinSilver Creek Township, Ida County
Killed in action on July 15, 1918 near Chateau Thierry, a member of Co. E 58th Infantry.
Andrew J. JohnsonHayes Township
Died December 10, 1918 from pneumonia in France, a member of the July 25 quota.
Morton JorgensenIda Grove
Died on June 28, 1918 at Camp Dodge.
Lieut. Leo McNamaraIda Grove
Killed in action on October 16, 1918 in the Argonne.
Louis MeindlIda Grove
Died April 22, 1918 from pneumonia at Sweeney Auto School, Kansas City, Missouri.
Douglas MorriceBattle Creek
Died on September 24, 1918 of influence and pneumonia at Camp Devens, Massachusetts, a member of July 29 quota to Camp Forrest, Georgia.
William MunzHolstein
Died in February 1919 from disease in France, a member of 352 Infantry.
Harry OsteenIda Grove
Killed on July 18, 1918 in the Marne counter offensive, a member of Co. H 347th Infantry.
Ira PowellDouglas Township
Killed in Argonne on October 30, 1918, a member of Replacement Regiment, quota of July 25, 1918.
Marshall SalmonArthur
Died from disease in France on November 8, 1918, a member of the July 25 quota.
Jens SaxenBattle Creek
Died October 20 in England from pneumonia, quota of June 28, 1918 to Camp Dodge, entered service at Ida County.
Alfred ShafferIda Grove
Died in action in France on August 18, 1918, a member of Co. F 39th Infantry.
Floyd E. StephanIda Grove
Died from influenza and pneumonia on October 15, 1918 at Camp Dodge, a member of the September 5 quota.
Elbert StoneIda Grove
Died of injuries received when steamer Moldavia was torpedoed in the English Channel on May 25, 1918, a member of Co. E 58th Inf.
Ferdinand WieseHolstein
Died in France from bronchial pneumonia on October 22, 1918, quota of June 28 to Camp Dodge, Iowa.
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