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107th Supply Train, Co. C

Charles P. Ward

Clyde P. Diggles

Miles Colligan
Glen H. Gustin
Carl Emigh
Charles W. Eagan
Earl N. Campbell
Lyman P. Byse


Arthur D. Robins

Thomas Ellis Evans 
John Zigmond Swendrzynski 
John Martin Inda 
Warren L. Colton
Frank Sharpe
Lyle D. Paulson
Joseph Stransky
Adam J. Zielke
Charles Stratton
Jesse Johnson
Arlon P. Selsing 
Elroy J. Patterson
Irvin Peterson
Asa J. McLaughlin
Lawrence P. Miller
Leland H. McCue 
John McCardle
Chris E. Knutson
Clarence G. Larsen
Miner J. Johnson
Sever W. Jarvis
Nels Fred Jensen
Lloyd C. Garthwaite
Clarence W. Buchholz 

WISCONSIN - Continued

Glen W. Diggles
John C. Hopper
Asa B. Couse
John L. Barnes
Norman Perry Jr.
Hallie H. Rowe
Joseph L. Bejma

Joseph Inda 
Harley R. Ameigh
Arleigh L. Perron
Robert F. Lind
Theodore A. Gehrke
Joseph E. Parkin
Alfred C. Thorstad

Alvin Wesley Grambsch 
Edward Albert Ueeck 
Walter Guy Callahan
Oliver B. Bendixen
Louis O. Hanson
Leo W. Spear
Frank A. Reader
Royal B. Pierce
Roy E. Simonson
Harry R. Turner
Edward F. Riemer
Earl David Wilder
Ingwald Sorenson
Ernest R. Rogers
Alfred M. Persons
Vernon J. Roselle
Charles William Knaup
William D. Horne
Warren J. Berry
Henry Gethers
Joseph Bauer
Edward A. Woeck
Russell Frank Bennett KIA
Alcide Carollo MIA


My father was on the Tuscania, his name was Thomas Ellis Evans; he passed away in 1984. He joined the Army in Wisconsin and was a member of the 2nd Inf. Div. and he was stationed in Waco Texas.
There was a Tuscania survivor's meeting in Wisconsin in the 1930’s the Capt. of the German sub attended the meeting. My father was on BBC in the 70’s with a minister who had written a book and credited my father with having saved his life.
Trevor Evans
April 29th, 1999

I enjoyed this site very much. I had two uncles on the Tuscania, John and Joe Inda, brothers. They both survived but neither knew if the other was alive for months after the ship went down. They lived long and productive lives.

Kathleen Lehman
June 17, 2009

Edward Ueeck was my great-uncle. I believe I only met him once when I was a child. A cousin of mine, Kim A. Ueeck, wrote a book about him - it is called "The Man from Sheep Mountain". There is an account of his ordeal on the Tuscania in the book. He was also used as a model by the painter Fred Machetanz in some of his most famous paintings.
Carol Heide
Dec. 20, 2008