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107th Supply Train, Co. E

1st LIEUTENANTS
Lee Milton Boyden

SERGEANT 1/C
Otto Arndt 

SERGEANTS
Earl Leroy Powell 
Arthur F. Bender 
Arthur H. Thayer
Alfred H. Graves
Benjamin Harrison Brown MIA

ILLINOIS

CORPORALS
Ray S. Groenier

MICHIGAN

PRIVATES
Sylvester Feldbauer
Ralph T. Storey
George Vanderlaan
Ralph Winkel

MINNESOTA

PRIVATES
Daniel W. Bickford

OHIO

PRIVATES
George L. Gilmore

TEXAS

PRIVATE 1/C
Herbert F. Nelson

WISCONSIN

CORPORALS
Horace Charles Cahoon
Vernon Allen Caflisch
Edward Weidenkopf Coughlin 
Randall Hamilton Herfort 
Otto Franklin Bates 
Earl Walter Veerhusen 
Ralph L. Sanderson
Herbert E. Steckenbauer
Richard Lorraine Mahler
Charles Mattoon Kellogg
Russell William Brodie
Lon J. Rhoades 
Fred Augustus Neururer
Charles F. Brisbin
Irvin F. Talbot
Nelson G. Sorenson
Emil W. Rauchstodt

WISCONSIN - continued

Guy William Paulson
Harry Albert McCarty
Arthur Elvin Onstad
Martin Larson
Herbert C. Jenson
William Harvey Forsyth
Carl Irvin
M. M. Edmunds
Harry Burrell Edwards
Harry A. Burnham
James K. Brunslik
Claude Duval Buckmaster
Carl Martin Anderson
Henry John Cook
Karl L. Cook
Donald Martin Duncan KIA-FR

CLERKS
Fred L. Wichern
Tony Holtman

PRIVATE 1/C
H. E. Post
William L. Dubisar
Henry W. Shaffer
Frank G. Peterson
George G. Nelson

PRIVATES
Clarence Braun
Joe Kramer 
Joseph J. Stedronsky
Earl E. Blank
Henry Neumann
Raymond C. Harrison
Henry H. Schwarting
Hans Christian Larson
Alfred Nelson
Victor E. Roux
Richard L. Connor
George D. Danley
William C. Brown
L. Beck
Alfred R. Kost
Herschel C. Bird
Kenneth Krippene
Earl W. Knight
Homer Llewellyn Anderson KIA

ITALY

PRIVATES
Dominick DeMaria

SWEDEN

PRIVATES
Hilding N. Nelson

My Father, Corporal Lon Rhoades was in the 107th Supply Train E Co. on the Tuscania when it was torpedoed. Many thanks for this wonderful website for keeping the memories of these American soldiers alive. My father has been dead for many years, but to see his name listed with all the other brave soldiers is awesome!!

Sharyn Cortte
irmainkyo{at}aol.com
April 9, 2007


I have looked for years on the internet about the survivors of the Tuscania. My father, Corporal Fred August Neurer never attended the Tuscania survivor reunions in Milwaukee because it was very hard for him. He was just one month into his 18 years when this happened to him. Thank you for this site.

Lois Neurer Kakes
lkakes2{at}yahoo.com
April 17, 2002


Great site.... my Grandfather, Joe Kramer, was a survivor. I didn't really remember a lot of what he told me, but your site really helped me remember. His son, Kendal, was in the Navy in WWII. My brother has the middle name of Kramer, and he has a son Kevin, who served in Afghanistan and is active in the Special Forces. In May of 06, I brought to my brother, the shell of my Grandfather's helmet. He passed it on to Kevin. Thank you for your tribute to those whose fight for our freedoms.

Paul Harrison
peahairy{at}yahoo.com
April 24, 2008


My Grandfather, Emil Rauchstadt, was on the Tuscania when it sank off the coast of Ireland. I remember him telling me a story as a child about being shipwrecked during WWI and being taken to Ireland and then on to England, however, I had no more info other than that until a couple years ago; when I found his name on a survivor's reunion list from Wisconsin. We visited Ireland in 2008 and saw Rathlin Island where the lighthouse keeper wrote an account of the attack. Very interesting history!
 
Jean Raucstadt
jeaner3573{at}yahoo.com
February 21, 2013

 

 

 


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