Wisconsin Gold Star List – Burnett County

Army

Bearheart, Henry, 24, Danbury; pvt 353inf; Argonne, Meuse; kia Nov 7, ’18.

Berglund, John R., 25, Grantsburg; rct unasgnd CAC; U. S.; dd (pneu) Nov 1, ’18.

Bjorkland, Nels L., 24, Grantsburg; pvt CAC, Puget Sound; dd (pneu) Apr 16,’18.

Brask, Oscar A., 23, Frederick; ck 354inf; U. S.; dd (pneu) Jan 1, ’18.

Carlson, Nels Peter, 24, Frederick; corp 128inf; U. S.; dd (tuberc) Nov 10, ’18.

Conboy, William, 31, Webster; pvt SATC, Michigan University; U. S.; dd (pneu) Aug 15, ’18.

Dahl, Chester A., Grantsburg; WNG; pvt 1cl 128inf; U. S.; dd (meas) Feb 1, ’18.

Eckblom, Conrad F., 23, Danbury; pvt 1cl 58inf ; kia Jy 19, ’18.

Gerfen, Carl Henry, 25, Grantsburg; pvt 47inf; Vesle-Argonne; dd (pneu) May 23, ’19.

Hegge, Henry Melvin, 26, Grantsburg; pvt rdregt QMC, Camp Johnston; dd (septicemia) Nov 1, ’18.

Johnson, Grant, 24, Web Lake; pvt, Camp Shelby, Miss.; dd (pneu) Nov 4, ’18.

Lee, Martin Theodore, 32, Grantsburg; pvt 161depbrig; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 5, ’18.

Lund, Edward G., 20, Siren; pvt 1cl 128inf; kia Aug 1,’18.

Melland, Oliver Christian, 22, Yellow Lake; pvt inf Nov rpldrft, Camp Shelby, Miss.; dd (pneu) Nov 8,’18.

Nelson, Victor H., 31, Danbury; pvt 51inf ; dw Aug 15, ’18.

Oman, George V., 22, Falun; pvt 36mgbn; U. S.; dd (pneu) Sept 27, ’18.

Peak, Lloyd Gates, 24, m, Randall; pvt 161depbrig; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 18,’18.

Peterson, Clarence R., 20, Webster; pvt 6cav; U. S.; dd (pneu) Feb 21, ’18.

Rowe, Francis, 24, Danbury; pvt 31mgbn; U. S.; dd (pneu) Oct 17, ’18.

Schriever, DeBelt, 21, m, Webster; pvt infrpl&tngtr, Camp Grant, Ill.; dd (pneu) Oct 4,’18.

Taylor, Otis, 24, Webster; pvt 107engnrs; U. S.; dd (pneu) Jan 19,’18.

Vedelius, Arthur H., 29, Grantsburg; pvt 47inf ; kia Oct 3, ’18.

Wallin, Arthur E., 25, Grantsburg; corp 47inf ; w Sept 27; dd (mening) Oct 31,’18.

Weber, George Francis, 29, Daniels; pvt 16inf ; dw Oct 2, ’18.


Topics:
World War 1,

Locations:
Burnett County WI,

Collection:
Gregory, John Goadby. Wisconsin's gold star list; soldiers, sailors, marines, and nurses from the Badger state who died in the federal service during the world war. State Historical Society of Wisconsin. 1925.

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