Gold Star Aggies

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1918 Service Flag of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas [Courtesy Cushing Library]


This list contains the names of sons of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (Texas A&M) that made the ultimate sacrifice in service to the country during World War I.

Bold names denote the six newly found Aggies.

 

Name Class Death Date Death Location
Abney, William Hamilton 1916 October 14, 1918 Camp Upton, Long Island, NY
Allison, Elmer Curtis 1918 February 19, 1919 March Field, Riverside, CA
Anderson, Farris Shelton 1918 October 13, 1918 Attigny, France
Barfield, Clifton Power 1921 October 19, 1918 France
Bevill, Walter Gustavos 1921 March 31, 1918 Camp Pike, Little Rock, AR
Bourland, William Fowler 1913 October 9, 1918 Bois de Nancy, France
Brailsford, Thomas Reed 1917 June 1, 1918 Belleau Woods, France
Brown, Vories Pomeray, Jr. 1908 September 14, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Bull, Richard Platt, Jr. 1919 October 17, 1918 Austin, TX
Burford, John Herbert 1914 October 20, 1918 San Antonio, TX
Butts, John William 1910 April 3, 1919 Souther Field, Americus, GA
Carter, Joseph Daniel 1900 March 21, 1919 Verdun, France
Cox, Romeo Willis 1913 September 12, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Craig, Samuel Reid 1917 September 14, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Crocker, Norman G. 1916 February 5, 1918 Drowned Irish Sea
Crook, Edward Bishop 1921 October 8, 1918 Camp Merritt, Cresskill, NJ
Curtis, Manson Franklin 1919 October 23, 1918 Argonne, France
Easterwood, Jesse Lawrence 1909 May 19, 1919 Panama
Ellis, James Graves, Jr. 1910 July 3, 1918 Bourel, France
Findlater, James Ronald 1913 October 26, 1918 Hants, England
Florence, Hubert Rowland 1911 October 12, 1918 Buried at Sea
Gardner, Benjamin Howard, Jr. 1914 July 18, 1918 Marne, France
Goldbeck, Eric Albert 1919 June 7, 1918 Chateau Thierry, France
Gorman, Edwin Mobley 1918 July 21, 1918 Marne, France
Graham, Cyrus Earle 1916 November 9, 1918 Issoudun, France
Greer, James Frank 1917 October 21, 1918 Issoudun, France
Harrison, George Little 1908 July, 14, 1918 Marvillias, France
Hausser, Charles 1916 September 12, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Hays, Albert Boyd 1916 October 9, 1918 Argonne, France
Jones, Hamlet Park 1913 May 28, 1918 Catigny, France
Keeling, Walter Sherman 1920 September 10. 1918 Carruthers Field, Fort Worth, TX
Loftus, Luke Witt 1918 August 27, 1918 Nogales, AZ
Luhn, Graham Daniel 1912 October 8, 1918 St. Etienne, France
McFadden, Willford Jr. 1917 October 7, 1918 France
McKimmey, John Clyde 1918 October 8, 1918 St. Etienne, France
Matthews, John Lamar 1911 October 16, 1918 Essequenoy, France
Mayers, Haydn Porter 1914 July 31, 1918 France
Moore, John Hartwell 1915 July 18, 1918 Soissons, France
Murphy, John Bolanz 1913 July 20, 1918 Missy aux Bois, France
Nolte, Robert Walker 1915 October 9, 1918 Blanc Mont, France
Peters, Herbert Nic 1913 September 26, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Peyton, Harry Lamar 1916 March 28, 1918 Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX
Prime, Wendall Francis 1918 November 6, 1918 Sassey, France
Regenbrecht, Ferdinand 1916 September 12, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Riesner, Edmund Laretz 1916 June 14, 1918 Belleau Woods, France
Rust, Charles Edward 1917 October 11, 1918 France
Sawyer, Joseph Zetuc 1916 July 23, 1918 Soissons, France
Slaton, Frank William 1912 July 20,1918 Chateau Thierry, France
Smith, Joseph Louis 1915 October 31, 1918 France
South, Ira Walter 1917 October 11, 1918 Portsmouth, VA
Splawn, George Watson 1917 November 26, 1918 Suresnes, France
Suber, Lawrence Sullivan Ross 1913 October 10, 1918 Camp Bowie, Fort Worth, TX
Teague, Charles Leroy 1918 October 8, 1918 St. Etienne, France
Thomas, William George 1919 January 7, 1919 Nancy, France
Thompson, John Percy Street 1919 June 3, 1918 Chateau Thierry, France
Wellage, George Francis 1916 September 12, 1918 St. Mihiel, France
Woodman, Coney Uncas 1907 December 5, 1918 March Field, Riverside, CA
Woodson, James Madison Jr. 1918 October 2, 1918 Miami, Gila, AZ
Woolley, Richard P. 1915 January 16, 1919 Nice, France
Wright, Benjamin Fisk 1911 October 8, 1918 Champagne, France
Yates, Horace Conrad 1918 October 18, 1918 Camp Travis, San Antonio, TX