Men and women of Yakima county who served in the Great War 

1917 - 1918 - 1919

     This is the book "Honor Roll of Yakima County, Washington", published by F. C. Whitney & Sons, Yakima, Wa, about 1920. It includes those associated with Yakima County who served in the Armed Forces during World War I. The book has a brief listing of the individuals with date and place of birth, parents, and dates of service. Some listings include additional information about places of service, battles, names of ships, etc. The majority have small photos on opposite page. There are approximately 1,940 men and 21 women in the index. Each page has 20 individuals listed by number and the opposite page has 20 photos with corresponding numbers as a key. Note: Those listed on page #'s 132-143, part of 184, and 186-188 do not have photos.

Examples from the book:

Private, 1st class, 8th Trench Mortar, Btn.; son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Moxee City, Wash.; born Sept. 22, 1893, Martin County, Minn.; entered service April 26, 1918; A. E. F.; discharged Feb. 20, 1918, Camp Knox, Ky.

Sergeant, Spuce Div.; son fo Roma and Myrtle Campbell, Toppenish, Wash.; born March 29, 1896, Elizabethtown, Ind.; entered service July 2, 1918; discharged March 28, 1919.

Private, Co. G, 18th Inf., 1st Div.; son of Mrs. Lutie Brownell, Kelso, Wash.; born Feb., 27, 1891, Heppner, Ore.; entered service Oct. 5, 1917; overseas, Dec.; 1917; wounded at battle of Argonne July 24, 1918; died July 26, 1918.

Private, Co. A, 5th Btn., 20th Engineers; son of Mrs. Lutie Brownell, Kelso, Wash.; born June 3, 1896 McMinville, Ore.; entered service Oct. 5, 1917; overseas, March, 1918; stationed in Charleston, S. C.

To go to an alphabetical index of the individuals included in the book, click here.

To view a digital copy of this volume, please go here.