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Roll of honor:
Citizens of the State of New York who died while in the service of the United States during World War I

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Last Name First Name Rank Company Regiment Date of Death
Ubelecker Lawrence Private 3rd Infantry N. Y. N. G. (Co. F. 108th Infantry ) 29-Sep-1918
Udelewitz Don Private 1st Class H 305th Infantry 3-Oct-1918
Uhlinger James P Pvt 154th Dep Bde 16-Oct-1918
Ulgren Oscar L Pvt Co I 23d Inf 1-Jul-1918
Ullman Norbert Leon Quartermaster, 3d Class USNRF 15-Oct-1918
Ulmer Julian F. Fireman, 3rd class 11-Jul-1917
Ulrich Frederich Private 1st Class G 107th Infantry 21-Oct-1918
Umbrino James Jr Private G 26th Infantry 19-Jul-1918
Umiker William J Sgt Co G 309th Inf 18-Oct-1918
Umina Gactano Private B 305th Infantry 13-Oct-1918
Umland Albert Corporal G 106th Infantry 10-Aug-1918
Unbehaun Harold F H Private F 104th Am Tn 18-Sep-1918
Underhill Frank R Artificer G 106th Infantry 13-May-1919
Underhill James William Private B Dev Battalion 26-Oct-1918
Undreiner Theodore Peter Private 1st Class B 3d Battalion Guards 18-Sep-1918
Unfur William Jr Private D 106th Infantry 27-Sep-1918
Updike Franklin Pettit Wagoner A 104th MG Battalion 15-Aug-1918
Urbain Ferdinand A Private Headquarters Co 308th Field Artillery 17-Feb-1919
Urbamski Joseph Private Company M 312th Infantry 1-Nov-1918
Urban Bernard F Cpl Co G 307th Inf 18-Nov-1918
Urciuoli Sam Private I 316th Infantry 29-Sep-1918
Urgo John J Sergeant E 307th Infantry 27-Aug-1918
Urnisz Peter Private 1st Class L 26th Infantry 18-Jul-1918
Urokfitz Leland P PVT E 74th Infantry 30-Jun-1917
Urys John F. Private Company A 39th Infantry 11-Oct-1918
Uzzi John Private Company B 4th Infantry 12-Oct-1918

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This information was indexed from: Roll of honor: Citizens of the State of New York who died while in the service of the United States during the World war. New York (State). Adjutant General's Office. -- Albany: J.B. Lyon Company, 1922.

Volunteers working throughout New York state and the country have spent many hours indexing this book so that the general public can access this information over the web. The museum would like to thank the following volunteers who made this possible:

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