Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Honor Roll: Prattsville, New York, World War I

Prattsville, New York, is a town in Greene County. It was first settled around 1763 and was originally called Schoharie Kill. In 1824 it was named after Zadock Pratt, a congressman and prominent citizen who built the largest tannery in the world at that time. The tannery made Prattsville a major town in upstate New York.

World War I Honor Roll, Prattsville, New York;
personal collection


Charles W. Bouton
Herbert M. Carman
Weldon W. Conine
Frank W. Dunham
Claude M. Fowler
John D. Groves
Peter M. Hanley
David Holland
Harvey F. Ives
Norman E. Kenney
Charles M. Madden
Ennist R. Newbury
Albert N. O'Hara
Thomas J. O'Hara*
Fred G. Plank
Everett J. Proper
Horace E. Proper
Louis E. Robbe
Clemence F. Rose
Lyle A. Sutton
Florence L. Traver
Ahira B. Truesdell
Wilem Vinegarek
Ernest R. Weld

*Died in service 11 February 1919

This post was written as a contribution to the Honor Roll Project, which was created by Heather Wilkinson Rojo, author of Nutfield Genealogy.

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