<<BlankI am looking for information on those who served in World War I from
Dodge County. Does anyone on the list have information about that or know of
someone who does?>>
My Great Uncle, James Harold Haubensak, was a Sgt. First Class in the Army
Medical Corps, Evac Hosp No. 4 A.E.F. during WWI. He was killed when the
Germans bombed the Red Cross tent he was working in (according to my mother and a
cousin of hers who lived in the same town, Fremont, NE). He was in
Fromerville, France at the time. He died November 02, 1918, and is buried in the
Haubensak Plot in Ridge Municipal Cemetery, Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska.
I have copies of the obit and a story that was in the paper on him. I,
also, have grave stone rubbings someone made for me.
Cecily G. (Roszell) Steele
Researching: Roszell/Rosell/Roselle/Rozell; Peckham; Warfel/Werfel;
Teague/Tague; Christensen; Haubensak/Haubensack/Haubens. Steele/Steel; Pratt/Prat;
Gansmiller; Gaskill, Herring.
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