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    WORLD WAR I

                                                

          THESE ARE THE NAMES OF THE
          WRISTEN MEN WHO SERVED IN THE
          FIRST WORLD WAR.   

          WRISTEN, BERT B. 17 DEC 1883 FROM
             DAWSON, CO., TEXAS 

          WRISTEN, HIRAM EDWARD B. MAY
             1887 IN DIGHTON, LANE CO.,
             KANSAS  

          WRISTEN, JAMES HENRY B. 12 JUNE
             1898 FROM LANE CO., KANSAS 

          WRISTEN, JOHN B. 7 JULY 1877
              FROM DAWSON CO., TEXAS 

          WRISTEN, THOMAS CLABORN B. 14
             JAN 1896 IN DIGHTON, LANE CO.,
             KANSAS  

          WRISTEN, WILL B. 12 JULY 1879
             FROM WARD CO., TEXAS 


                              

 

          THOSE WITH THE WRISTON SPELLING
             IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR:

         WRISTON, CLAUDE HENDERSON B. 17
            MAY 1894 IN POLK CO., MO. SERVED
            FROM SEWARD CO., KANSAS 

          WRISTON, ORVIL HENRY B. 29 MAY
            1894 IN ALDRICH, MO. SERVED FROM
            SEWARD CO., KANSAS.

          WRISTON, ROSCOE C. b. 6 Jan 1895
            enlisted in Fairfield, OH. on 23
            Oct 1917. He lived at 5303
            Denison Ave., Cleveland, OH. He
            was a 2nd Lieutenant and 
            called to active duty on 15 NOv.
            1917. He was with the School of
            Aeronautics.

          WRISTON, RALPH MARTING b. 1 Jan
            1898 in Huntington, WVA. He
            enlisted on 15 Oct 1918 at the
            Recruiting station in Cincinna-
            ti and lived at 1842 Indianola
            Ave., in Columbus, OH.  He was
            with the US Naval Reserves
            Forces and called to active
            duty on 15 Oct 1918.

                            


          Those with the RISTON spelling

          RISTON, Wesley C.  b. 5 Mar 1896
            He enlisted on 17 July 1918 in
            Cincinnati, OH and lived at
            648 E. 6th in Cincinnati.  He was
            with the 158th Depot Brigade by
            5 Aug 1918, the 213 Pioneer Reg.
            Infantry on 15 Sept 1918, Co. C
            Development Battalion 4, then
            the 158 Depot Brigade until his
            Honorable Discharge as a 
            Private on 21 Sept 1918.  He had
            a surgeon's certificate of
            discharge for a 5% disability.

          CRIBBS, Alexander RISTON  b. 30
            Aug 1892 in DuBois, PA lived at
            14302 Shaw Ave., In East Cleve-
            land, OH.  He was a 2nd lieuten-
            ant in the Quartermaster Corp
            on 25 Oct 1918. He was a part of
            the Baltimore Medical Dept. in
            DC and was honorably
            discharged on 21 Dec 1918.

 

                                 

 

   

 

Susan J. Brien, Ed.D.

 

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