by Nora J. Probasco
(Updated 27 Aug 2007)
Following is a list of Probascos that served in World War I which I have found in my research. If you have a Probasco relative who served in World War I and do not see them on this list, please email me with their information and I will be glad to add it to this list.
Served in 103 Ammo Train Div. 28, in France, during WWI.
Died in Europe in WWI.
From Cedar Rapids, Iowa, he died in France during WWI.
PVT CO D 18 ENGR RY WWI
Served in the 90th Division in Germany as a horse shoer.
From Dunlap, IA served with honour in WWI.
Served in WWI as an Army Corporal. He enlisted in Waterloo, IA on Mar. 16, 1918 and was discharged from Camp Dodge, IA on June 25, 1919. He was in Ambulance Co. 28, 6th San Francisco American Expeditionary Forces, and saw service at st. Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne and the Defensive Sector.
Served in the Army from 1913 to 1929.
Fought in WWI as a Corporal in the 135th Infantry, 34th Division.
1st Lt U.S. Army
In WWI he graduated at the first officers' training camp at Ft. Oglethorpe as a Captain. He was a cavalry officer, being mustered out with the rank of Major.
Died of influenza in France during WWI.
Enlisted in U.S. Army on 3 Nov 1917, discharged 14 Jun 1918.
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