The Twenty-eighth Division: Pennsylvania's Guard in the World War; Forewards by the Commanding Generals. The History of the Keystone Or Iron Division in the World War. Also the History and Traditions of the Pennsylvania National Guard and Its Predecessor the Pennsylvania Militia, Volume 2
28th division publishing Company, 1924 - World War, 1914-1918
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111TH INFANTRY 1st Lieut 2nd Lieut ALBERT ARTHUR Battalion Brigade Camp Hancock Captain charged May 23 CLARENCE Class Colonel command Company CONTINUED Cook Corporal Died Discharged May 23 Division EARL EDWARD February ferred First-class Private FRANCIS FRANK FRED Gassed July Gassed September Headquarters HENRY Hospital Hundred Italy January JOHN F July 15 July 29 Killed August Killed July 30 Killed October Killed September LOUIS Major March Mechanic MICHAEL Minn Missing November October 14 Ohio Okla PAUL Philadelphia Pittsburgh Prisoner Private CHARLES Private GEORGE Private HARRY Private JAMES Private JOHN Private JOSEPH Private WILLIAM Promoted RAYMOND Regimental Citation Returned to United RICHARD ROBERT Route S.C.D. at Camp SAMUEL Second Lieutenant September 27 Sergeant SMITH Supply Trans Transferred Wagoner WALTER Washington West Wounded August 12 Wounded July 30 Wounded October Wounded September 28 York