Over there!, no. 1.

  • Charles S. Alston departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 10 June 1918 aboard the Agamemnon with Company H, 365th Infantry. His sister Eula Locust of Wilson was his next of kin.

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  • Charles S. Alston departed Brest, France, on 17 February 1919 aboard the Olympic and arrived in New York on 24 February 1919.

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  • Herman Alston departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). His mother Mary Alston of Simms was his next of kin.

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  • John Arrington departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). His mother Sue Arrington of Wilson was his next of kin.

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  • John Artis departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). His mother Pattsie Ann Artis of Wilson was his next of kin.

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  • Nathan Austin departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). His mother Lue Austin of Elm City was his next of kin.

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  • Larry Barnes and Will Barnes departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). Larry’s mother Lucy D. Barnes and Will’s uncle Short Barnes, both of Wilson, were next of kin.

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  • George Batts departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). His father John Batts were next of kin.

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  • Tobe Bellman and James Walter Bennett departed Hoboken, New Jersey, on 8 May 1919 aboard the George Washington with 5th Company Camp Grant Reenforcement Draft Labor Battalion (Colored). Tobe’s wife Mary Bellman and James’ mother Rosa Bennett, both of Wilson, were next of kin.

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Lists of Incoming Passengers, 1917-1938 and Lists of Outgoing Passengers, 1917-1938; U.S. Army Transport Service, Passenger Lists, 1910-1939, database on-line, http://www.ancestry.com.

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