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107th Supply Train Co. A

1st LIEUTENANTS
Peter J. Pangborn

1st SERGEANTS
Harry E. Jones
John T. Welhoefer

SERGEANTS
Hilton F. Doege
E. W. Ming
Guy F. Buth
Iva B. McCallister
Everett Herbert Hale KIA-FR 

INDIANA

CORPORALS
Russell J. Morrison

MINNESOTA

PRIVATES
Edward James Paulus

WISCONSIN

COOKS
L. T. Dignan
Ora L. Briggs

CORPORALS
Fred Arthur Duxbury
Clarence Chester Andree
A. E. Schmidt
Perry A. Sullivan
Ralph Roger Wescott 
G. L. Stengel
Edward Charles Boehmke
James Dillon Chilson
Robert H. McCarty
John Loftis
J. A. Lonnevik
Aaron W. Rhodes
David M. Rickerd 
Charles Phillip Merten
William R. Olson
Lyle Barnhart
N. R. McIntire 

WISCONSIN - Continued

Kirkwood Durrant 
Charles H. Jacobson
Ryder L. Leer
M. J. Cosgrove
E. Yell
Herbert Ernest Hurd 
George A. Borgenheimer 
William R. Gereau
F. R. Tapper
Claire Metzenbaugher KIA

PRIVATES
Edward F. Paul
Clarence Edward Mitchell 
Theodore Wilhelm Regling
Edmund Palmer Johnson
Walter E. English
R. S. Lough
Dell E. Rogers
Barney McMahon
Charles Pregent
Richard C. Thornton
George E. Shaw
Rudolph Stone
Hans F. Christenson
Guy Wiseman
George A. McDonnel
J. A. Falch
Elmer A. Olson
Ernest F. Morency
A. Keisow
Louis J. Hartman
John Jacobson
Ingwald H. Hanson
Leo E. Corneiller
E. Benz
Edwin Bushland
Earl J. Fox
Oscar Bjork
Arthur N. Harvey KIA
Earl Odearl Weisenberger KIA
Charles Brush Felton DOD-FR

POLAND

PRIVATES
Peter Zukoski 

I am the granddaughter of Herbert Ernest Hurd, one of the survivors. I am thrilled to see your site. I was helping my sister pack her things and came upon the form that identified Herbert as one of the survivors. My Grandma Selma Hurd spoke about the meeting and the bottle of booze for many years, but never really described in detail what went on. I suspected that it was a sad, mixed emotion event that took place each year.

Kathleen Kronenwetter
k_kronenwetter{at}comcast.net
Feb. 16, 2011


Very informative site! My grandfather was a Tuscania survivor, Edward F. Paul, Co. A, 107th Supply Train.

Steve Paul
November 19, 2002


My Father in Law, Clarence Mitchell, was aboard this ship. We have his prayer book and assorted memorabilia from his trip. Looking for his name on list. This is wonderful to read this. It gives all of us a sense of what happened at that time. Blessings

Maureen Mitchell
mmitchell{at}sgabrielp.org
Aug. 27, 2007


I am the Grandson of Tuscania survivor, Clarence Mitchell. He returned home safely to have one son, my dad, Dean, with wife Mildred. Dean had four children with wife Maureen. We have given Clarence 9 great-grandchildren. Clarence died in 1964, Mildred in 1986.

Patrick Mitchell
carlammitchell{at}hotmail.com
Aug. 27, 2007


My Grandfather's brother, Charles Felton, was on the Tuscania when she went down, fortunately he survived the sinking but later caught pneumonia in the Argonne Woods from which he died. Buried in Bruce, Wisconsin.

Steven Felton
steve_rosie{at}q.com
July 17, 2010