List of veterans of World War I who died in 2001

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The following is a list of known veterans of the First World War (28 July 1914 – 11 November 1918) who died in 2001.

Veterans by country of service - 328 veterans[edit]

Australia (9 veterans)[edit]

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Baldwin, Cyril Donald Burdett c.1897 11 Aug 2001 (104) [1][3]
Band, August (Augie) Private, 15th Field Co, Engineers, Australian Imperial Force 1896 31 Oct 2001 (105) Enlisted 1915. Served in France as a driver.[1][4]
Burnard, Herbert Henry Lance-Corporal, 32nd & 50th Battalions, Australian Imperial Force 30 Sep 1897 9 May 2001 (103) Enlisted 1917. Served in France.[1][5]
Guinn, Henry George c.1900 22 Feb 2001 (100) Also a World War II veteran.[1][6]
Kerr, John Walter (Jack) Private, 4th Light Horse, Australian Imperial Force 1899 29 Jul 2001 (102) Enlisted 1917. Served in Egypt.[1][7]
Longmore, Roy Lance-Corporal, 2nd Pioneer Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 29 Apr 1894 21 Jun 2001 (107) Enlisted 1915. Fought at Gallipoli and on the Western Front where he was wounded twice.[8]
Mance, Lionel Charles (Charlie) Private, 22nd Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 3 Dec 1900 13 Sep 2001 (100) Enlisted underage in 1917. Fought on the Somme where he was gassed and wounded.[9]
Robinson, Thomas James Private, 4th Australian Corps Cyclist Battalion, Australian Imperial Force Mar 1897 22 Apr 2001 (104) Enlisted 1915. Served in France.[1][10]
Rosser, Harold Walters Private, 39th Battalion, Australian Imperial Force 1896 17 Sep 2001 (105) Enlisted 1916. Fought on the Western Front, wounded three times.[1][11]

Austria-Hungary (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Kovacic, Ivan 20 Oct 1898 13 Feb 2001 (102) Last veteran from Slovenia.[2][3]

Belgium (2 veterans)[edit]

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Coghe, Mich(i)el 5 Apr 1895 18 Jun 2001 (106)
Ooghe, Paul Grenadier, 5th Lancers 17 May 1899 8 Sep 2001 (102) Enlisted aged 16. Believed to have been the last Belgian combat veteran.[12][13]

Canada (11 veterans)[edit]

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Allain, Henri Marcel Private, 165th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 14 Feb 1897 14 Oct 2001 (104) Enlisted 12th Feb 1916. Served in France behind the front line digging trenches.[14]
Charpentier, Fulgence Private, 2nd Depot Battalion, 2nd Quebec Regiment, Canadian Expeditionary Force 29 Jun 1897 6 Feb 2001 (103) See entry.
Dunsmore, Arthur B. Sergeant, 42nd Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 14 Sep 1898 21 Jul 2001 (102) Enlisted 1916. Awarded the Military Medal for bravery on the Western Front.[4][15]
Gibbs, William Robert Corporal, 27th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 10 Jun 1897 13 Aug 2001 (104) Served in France.[4][16][17]
Johnson, George Frederick Private, 177th Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force c.1900 Apr 2001 (100) Born in England. Enlisted underage. Served in France. Also a World War II veteran.[4][18]
Payzant, William Henry 24 July 1897 19 April 2001 (103) Enlisted June 1918.[5][6]
Pitcairn, James Gunner, 52nd Battery, Queen's Artillery, Canadian Expeditionary Force 3 May 1897 2001 (104) Born in Scotland. Enlisted 1916 and served on the Western Front as a layer for an 18 lb gun.[19]
Thorlakson, Stephan Sedford Private, Signals Machine Gun Company, Canadian Expeditionary Force 10 Dec 1897 5 Jan 2001 (103) Enlisted 1915. Served in France as a company runner and dispatcher. Also a World War II veteran.[20]
Tremblay, René 1892 17 Dec 2001 (109)
Tyler, Henry Charles (Harry) 4 Mar 1899 Apr 2001 (102) Born in England. Enlisted underage in 1916. Served in France.[4][21]
Walsh, Lawson Arthur Private, 193rd Battalion, Canadian Expeditionary Force 14 Feb 1898 Dec 2001 (103) Enlisted 1916. Served in France.[4][22][23]

France (49 veterans)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Abescat, Raymond 10 Sep 1891 25 Aug 2001 (109) Served in the 113e RI from 1912-1919. Seriously wounded at Verdun.[7]
Aegerter, Louis 5 Aug 1893 17 Feb 2001 (107) [7]
Armand, Bernard 21 May 1893 1 Dec 2001 (108) [7]
Augade, Casimir 30 Dec 1897 29 Jul 2001 (103) [7]
Ballorain, Eugène 6 Dec 1898 July 2001 (102) [7]
Bastier, Marcel 19 Oct 1899 14 Jun 2001 (101) [7]
Bernon, Léon 15 Sep 1898 2 Apr 2001 (102) Enlisted in the Navy 1917. Served aboard La Gracieuse, patrolling for German submarines.[7]
Boudin, Paul 17 Aug 1899 28 Feb 2001 (101) [7]
Bouchard, Théodore 3 Jun 1898 2 Jan 2001 (102) [7]
Bouqué, Jean 4 Mar 1897 29 Mar 2001 (104) [7]
Brocard, Louis 15 Feb 1898 May 2001 (103) Conscripted 1918 and served on the Western Front.[7]
Cléret, Gustave Louis Alfred 9 Jan 1893 10 May 2001 (108) Born in the USA. Enlisted in 1914 and served on the Western Front as an officer with a Tunisian colonial regiment.[7]
Clerget, Fernand 8 Dec 1900 17 Apr 2001 (100) [7]
Cornic, Augé 3 Jul 1898 22 Sep 2001 (103) [7]
Daigneau, Alexis Prosper Auge 4 Aug 1890 3 Apr 2001 (110) [7]
Daugé, Célestin 29 Sep 1898 25 Sep 2001 (103) [7]
Drut, Henri 10 Jul 1900 12 Jan 2001 (100) [7]
Ducamp, Jean, dit Jérôme 26 Apr 1896 9 Dec 2001 (105) [7]
Epailly, Georges 2 Jun 1899 Mar 2001 (101) Non combat. Completed training and awaiting a posting to the Front when the Armistice declared.[7]
Floret, Pierre 20 Dec 1897 13 Mar 2001 (103) [7]
Fourquet, Jean 23 Jun 1899 18 Sep 2001 (102) Conscripted April 1918. Served in Belgium with a heavy artillery unit for 11 days until the Armistice. Later an honorary professor at The Sorbonne.[7]
Gentet-Garanson, Gaston 22 Jun 1899 10 Sep 2001 (102) [7]
Gérin, Bertin Sep 1896 27 Mar 2001 (104) Sergeant, 92e RI. Fought and wounded on the Western Front.[7]
Gilbin, Gabriel 5 Oct 1897 1 Jul 2001 (103) [7]
Grappe, André 10 Oct 1898 31 Jan 2001 (102) [7]
Guinard, Jean 9 Jul 1899 29 Nov 2001 (102) Conscripted 1917. Gassed.[7]
Houilliez, Louis 31 Oct 1898 14 Sep 2001 (102) [7]
Huon, Jean 27 May 1897 2001 (103) [7]
Jamault, Lucien 13 Jul 1899 13 May 2001 (101) Fought at Ypres 1918. Later an Olympic decathlete.[7]
Jard, Paul 29 Oct 1899 2001 (101) Served as a cook in the Navy.[7]
Jeandot, Lucien Marie Albert 21 Apr 1899 10 Nov 2001 (102) Conscripted 1917. Fought on the Western Front with the 35e RAC.[7]
Joui, René 7 Dec 1896 23 Jan 2001 (104) [7]
Laugier, Victor 28 Sep 1897 11 Jan 2001 (103) [7]
Laxague, Alexis 13 Oct 1899 25 Nov 2001 (102) Served with the Navy.[7]
Leriche, Maxime 14 Jan 1898 22 Apr 2001 (103) [7]
Lointier, René 10 Nov 1899 1 Apr 2001 (101) [7]
Matter, Jacques 1 Aug 1899 2 May 2001 (101) [7]
Milhau, Andre 9 Mar 1900 16 Feb 2001 (100) [7]
Mule, Marcel 24 Jun 1901 19 Dec 2001 (100) See entry.
Pecot, Gaston Jean 3 Oct 1900 20 Apr 2001 (100) [7]
Prévost, René Emile 29 Dec 1898 18 Oct 2001 (102) [7]
Piron, Raymond 17 Mar 1896 23 Nov 2001 (105) Served with 146e, 143e and 137e RI. Fought at the Battle of Verdun and served on the Western Front repairing telephone lines.[7]
Thiriet, Pierre 8 Feb 1897 3 Dec 2001 (104) [7]
Thomas, Marcel André 30 Nov 1899 30 Jan 2001 (101) [7]
Vachey, Lazare 19 Aug 1898 5 Mar 2001 (102) [7]
Vallée, Raymond Jules 31 Jul 1897 22 Mar 2001 (103) Fought at Verdun and Chemin des Dames with the 299e RI. Ended the war with the air force.[7]
Verjat, Robert 28 Sep 1897 17 Dec 2001 (104) [7]
Viala, André Pierre 17 Jun 1899 20 Feb 2001 (101) [7]

Germany (8 veterans)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Ballweg, Eugen 3 Dec 1895 23 Dec 2001 (106) [8]
Bruehl, Paul 2 Dec 1898 10 Jul 2001 (102) Died in the USA.
Gluck, Louis 14 Nov 1899 24 Apr 2001 (106) Born Alsace-Lorraine. Conscripted into the German army 1917. Fought on the Western Front in Flanders. Died France.[7]
Hensel, Heinrich 23 Sep 1895 24 Jan 2001 (105) [24]
Jenniches, Josef 29 Apr 1895 31 Jan 2001 (105) [9]
Leyens, Erich 13 Jan 1898 1 Oct 2001 (103) Emigrated to the USA, but died in Germany.[25]
Neumann, Otto 15 Sep 1895 18 Dec 2001 (106) [26]
Schwager, Arthur 18 Aug 1895 8 May 2001 (105)

Italy (2 veterans)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Desio, Ardito 18 Apr 1897 12 Dec 2001 (104) Fought with the 8th Alpine Regiment. Later a well-known explorer, mountaineer and geologist.[27]
Pettinicchi, Emilio 22 Apr 1899 22 Nov 2001 (102) Died in the USA. Fought for the US in World War II.[28]

New Zealand (2 veterans)[edit]

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Blyth, Lawrence M. (Curly) 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd New Zealand (Rifle) Brigade 1896 10 Oct 2001 (105) Enlisted 1916. Fought on the Western Front, present at capture of Le Quesnoy. Remained in army after the war and reached rank of Lt Colonel.[29]
Owen, William Ralph Spencer Private, 2nd New Zealand (Rifle) Brigade 12 Nov 1897 7 Apr 2001 (103) Conscripted 1918 and fought on the Western Front for 6 months, involved in the capture of Le Quesnoy.[10]

Poland (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Tarnawski Stefan (Tarło) 1898 9 Nov 2001 (103) Also a veteran of the Polish-Bolshevik War and World War II. Remained in the army and reached the rank of General: [30][31][32][33][34]

Portugal (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Gomes, Manuel 20 Feb 1896 Jun 2001 (105)

Puerto Rico (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Torres-Maldonado, Primitivo 20 Jan 1900 25 Mar 2001 (101) Private, US Army.[11]

Russia (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Karasick, Bernard 31 July 1898 31 Dec 2001 (103) Conscripted 1917. Fought as a machine gunner on the Austrian front. Captured by the Germans but later escaped. Died USA.[35]

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (72 veterans)[edit]

Name Rank/Regiment/Corps Born Died Notes
Appleby, Frederick Henry Royal Naval Air Service 14 Aug 1899 Dec 2001 (102) [12][36]
Beer, Sidney Goldsworth Private, 2nd Middlesex Regiment 13 Aug 1898 Feb 2001 (102) Fought on the Western Front for only 3 weeks before being taken prisoner of war.[13][37]
Biggadike, Edward Cecil Private, 4th Dorset Regiment 4 Dec 1899 Jul 2001 (101) Non combat. Posted to Ireland.[13][38]
Billingham, Bernard John G Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) & Army Service Corps 16 Apr 1897 Aug 2001 (104) [12][39]
Bowmer, William James Driver, Royal Field Artillery 20 Jul 1898 Aug 2001 (103) [12][40]
Bristow, Conrad Philip Flight Sub Lieutenant, Royal Naval Air Service 22 Nov 1899 8 Nov 2001 (101) Last surviving British RNAS pilot.[41][42]
Bulbeck, Edward George Bassett Bandsman, Royal Marines 18 Mar 1897 Nov 2001 (104) Enlisted 1911.[14]ADM 159[43]
Casswell, John Sidney Private, 14th (Fife and Forfar Yeomanry) Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 15 Nov 1898 Jul 2001 (102) [15]WO372/4[44]
Charlesworth, Frank Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve 11 May 1900 Jan 2001 (100) [16]ADM 337/1-108[45]
Cook, John William Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 3 Jun 1900 Apr 2001 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/825[46]
Colbert, Thomas Henry Private, Durham Light Infantry 25 Dec 1899 May 2001 (101) [15]WO372/4[47]
Cummings, Victor Baden Royal Flying Corps 22 Mar 1900 Apr 2001 (101) Enlisted underage and carried out bombing raids on German positions as a 17-year-old.[48][49]
Davey, Walter John Royal Horse Artillery 20 Aug 1897 Dec 2001 (104) Last known Great War veteran of the Royal Horse Artillery.[12][50]
De Courcy-Ireland, Stanley Brian Midshipman, Royal Navy 5 May 1900 Nov 2001 (101) Served on HMS Bellerophon. Veteran of Jutland; witnessed scuttling of German fleet at Scapa Flow. Also a World War II veteran.[51][52]
Dewing, Thomas Alfred Sapper, 34th Signals Co., Royal Engineers 21 Apr 1896 1 Feb 2001 (104) Witnessed the Battle of the Somme as a signaller manning an observation post behind No Man’s Land.[18][53]
Edgley, Reginald Private, Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment) 1 Sep 1899 Oct 2001 (102) [12][54]
Farrant, Reuben James Private, Royal Marine Artillery 8 Oct 1900 Nov 2001 (101) Non Combat. Enlisted 1 November 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]ADM 159[55]
Faux, Marcus Private, 53rd (Young Students) Rifle Brigade 7 May 1900 Aug 2001 (101) Enlisted May 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[13][56]
Felstead, Bertie Charles Private, 15th Welsh Fusiliers (1st London Welsh) 28 Oct 1894 22 Jul 2001 (106) Last known Great War veteran of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Enlisted 1914. Wounded at the Battle of the Somme. Last surviving participant of 1915 Christmas Truce.[57][58]
Ferris, Harold Lyle V Royal Naval Air Service 5 Dec 1899 Sep 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/638[59]
Finbow, John Private, East Surrey Regiment 8 Nov 1899 Jan 2001 (101) [12][60]
Fleming, Leonard Harry Private, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) & Royal Sussex Regiment 10 Jan 1899 Feb 2001 (102) [15]WO372/7[61]
Foulkes, Vincent James Lance-Corporal, 1/4th East Yorkshire Regiment 25 Jun 1899 Aug 2001 (102) [15]WO372/7[62]
Freeman, Emmanuel Middlesex Regiment 23 Nov 1897 Feb 2001 (103) [12][63]
Gall, Albert Edward G Private, Norfolk Regiment 23 Mar 1898 Feb 2001 (102) [15]WO372/7[64][65]
Getty, Jessie Nurse, Voluntary Aid Detachment 27 Mar 1894 14 Dec 2001 (107) Last surviving Irish female veteran of World War I.[66][67]
Giles, Maurice 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Flying Corps 10 Nov 1899 Mar 2001 (101) Non combat. In training as a pilot when the war ended.[68][69]
Goodburn, Albert James Private, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 20 Dec 1899 Dec 2001 (101) [15]WO372/8[70]
Goodwin, Alexander Royal Naval Air Service 13 Aug 1899 May 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/630[71]
Goring, Percy George Sapper, 54th Field Co, Royal Engineers 19 Dec 1894 27 Jul 2001 (106) Born in London, died Australia. Last surviving British veteran of Gallipoli.[72]
Hall, John Lawrence East Surrey Regiment 30 Jun 1898 Jun 2001 (102) Last known Great War veteran of the East Surrey Regiment.[12][73]
Hardy, Henry Leslie (Bert) Stoker, Royal Navy 16 Dec 1899 Mar 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/963[74]
Harvey, Harry Royal Naval Air Service 13 Oct 1899 Aug 2001 (101) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/640[75]
Hatcher, William George R Private, Middlesex Regiment & Machine Gun Corps 27 Oct 1897 Nov 2001 (104) [12][76]
Hazell, Albert Augustus Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 17 Jan 1900 Jun 2001 (101) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/824[77]
Hill, Stanley Private, Gloucestershire Regiment & Army Service Corps 25 Apr 1898 Jan 2001 (102) [12][78]
Hilliard, Albert William Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery 8 Dec 1899 10 Jan 2001 (101) [15]WO372/9[79]
Hilton, Edgar Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 24 Sep 1900 Dec 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/805[80]
Holloway, Frederick Walter Artificer, Royal Navy 28 Aug 1900 Jul 2001 (100) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/1085[81]
Holton, Edward Private, Army 30 May 1898 Jul 2001 (103) [15]WO372/10[82]
Hudson, James Alfred Private, 8th Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 10 Mar 1898 11 Jun 2001 (103) Enlisted underage. Fought at Mons, Arras and Ypres.[15]WO372/10[83][84]
Hughes, David Davies Royal Flying Corps 13 Apr 1899 Mar 2001 (101) [12][85]
Ireland, David Private, 3rd Highland Cyclist Battalion & Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) c. 1898 Jun 2001 (c. 103) Dispatch rider. Fought at Arras, twice wounded. Severely shellshocked; admitted to a psychiatric hospital in 1924 and never left.[86]
Keir, Fred Private, Machine Gun Corps 19 Oct 1899 7 Dec 2001 (102) Enlisted aged 16. Fought on the Western Front and in Italy.[15]WO372/11[87][88]
Kimber, Leonard Stanley Private, Hampshire Regiment & Royal Defence Corps 16 Feb 1900 31 May 2001 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the Hampshire Regiment. Served in India.[15]WO372/11[89][90]
Lawson, Henry Private, 52nd (Graduated) West Yorkshire Regiment 25 Jul 1899 Nov 2001 (102) Non combat. Enlisted 1917 but never posted overseas until serving in the army of occupation 1919.[13][91]
Littler, Henry Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 3 Jun 1899 May 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/801[92]
Luce, Frank Henry Private, London Regiment & King’s Royal Rifle Corps 3 Feb 1900 Aug 2001 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the K.R.R.C.[15]WO372/12[93]
McCormack, Leo Patrick Driver, Royal Field Artillery 2 Jul 1897 Mar 2001 (103) [15]WO372/12[94][95]
Middleton, Clifford Victor Merchant Navy 15 Feb 1897 9 Jan 2001 (103) Sunk twice by Germans in the Atlantic. Also a World War II veteran with the Royal Indian Navy.[96][97]
Miller, Harry Max Acting Sergeant, King’s Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) 25 Feb 1899 Jan 2001 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the Yorkshire Light Infantry.[12]
Miller, Joseph William Private, Royal Marines Light Infantry 6 Jun 1900 Feb 2001 (100) Enlisted at 16. Also a World War II veteran.[98][99]
Moncini, Donald Private, Young Students Battalion 3 Nov 1899 Apr 2001 (101) [15]WO372/14[100]
Murden, Edward John Private, Army 11 Jan 1899 Jul 2001 (102) [15]WO372/14[101]
Nelson, William Ernest Private, 2nd North Riding Volunteer Regiment 22 Aug 1899 Dec 2001 (102) [13][102]
Parsler, Henry Royal Naval Air Service 10 Dec 1899 Jan 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/636[103]
Puddick, Vivian Harry L Sapper, Royal Engineers & 247th-249th Field Co, 63rd (Royal Naval) Division 2 Feb 1898 Aug 2001 (103) Last known Great War veteran of the Royal Naval Division.[15]WO372/14[104]
Rabin, Arthur William Private, London Regiment 10 Apr 1895 Jan 2001 (105) [15]WO372/16[105]
Rimmer, Albert Edward (Ted) Private, 2/6th Kings (Liverpool Regiment) 10 Sep 1898 Oct 2001 (103) An infantry scout who fought at the 3rd Battle of Ypres and Passchendaele.[106][107]
Rough, James Frederick Private, Northumberland Fusiliers & Labour Corps 13 Apr 1898 Feb 2001 (102) Last known Great War veteran of the Northumberland Fusiliers.[12][108]
Savage, Septimus Private, 10th West Yorkshire Regiment 8 Oct 1898 17 Jun 2001 (102) Enlisted underage and fought in the Battle of the Somme. Wounded at Albert. Died in Canada.[109]
Sexton, Frederic Braemar, W Lieutenant, Devonshire Regiment & Army Service Corps 15 Nov 1898 Nov 2001 (102) Last known Great War combat veteran of the Devonshire Regiment.[12][110]
Sheppard, James Private, Royal Marines Light Infantry 11 Dec 1900 Dec 2001 (100) Enlisted July 1918 and still in training when the war ended.[14]ADM 159[111]
Sinclair, John Royal Artillery 21 Aug 1898 Apr 2001 (102) [12][112]
Slade, Richard Private, Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2 Jun 1897 Mar 2001 (103) Last known Great War veteran of the Ox & Bucks Light Infantry.[12][113]
Spriggs, Thomas Yates Private, 55th Division, Machine Gun Corps 2 Jul 1897 Feb 2001 (103) Fought in the 3rd battle of Ypres, Passchendaele and Cambrai where he was captured by the Germans.[114][115]
Stanley, Evelyn Mary Women's Royal Army Corps & Royal Horse Artillery 17 Jul 1898 Nov 2001 (103) [12][116]
Trenowden, Francis James Royal Naval Air Service 16 Aug 1899 23 Jul 2001 (101) Enlisted 1917.[17]ADM 188/631[117]
Tomkins, Josiah William Ordinary Seaman, Royal Navy 3 Feb 1900 Dec 2001 (101) Enlisted 1918.[17]ADM 188/816[118]
Tomkins, Robert Henry S Private, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 6 Aug 1899 Jan 2001 (101) Last known Great War veteran of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment.[15]WO372/20[119]
Walters, William Lance Corporal, Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) 6 Dec 1896 Dec 2001 (105) Enlisted in 1914. Fought on the Western Front (wounded) and with Mediterranean Expeditionary Force.[120][121]
Wiggins, William Kenneth Private, London Regiment, Essex Regiment & Royal Engineers 12 Nov 1895 Aug 2001 (105) [15]WO372/21[122]

Remark: a further 155 men old enough to have served in World War I died in 2001 in England & Wales. Their veteran status is not yet confirmed. Scottish and Irish records are not checked either.

United States (169 veterans)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Allen, Carl M. 28 Jan 1893 8 Dec 2001 (108) (Massachusetts) Non combat. Served in France at a laboratory disarming unexploded bombs and testing nerve gas.[123]
Ballman, James E. 24 Dec 1900 22 Jun 2001 (100) (Florida) Corporal, US Army.[11]
Barkas, Thomas c. 1895 2001 (106) (Louisiana) Served in France.[124]
Beerman, Walter D. 13 Mar 1893 3 Mar 2001 (107) (Florida) Served in US Navy. A machine gun instructor.[125]
Beeson, James W. 19 Dec 1899 23 Mar 2001 (101) (Florida) US Army.[126]
Bell, Norman Edward 26 Jul 1899 15 Apr 2001 (101) (California) US Army.[11]
Bennett, Charles W. 23 Sep 1898 1 Jan 2001 (102) (New York) Served in France.[19]
Beymer, Chester H. 18 Nov 1898 13 Feb 2001 (102) Fresno (California) Served in France.[19]
Blauser, Charles W. 3 Aug 1897 23 Apr 2001 (103) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[19]
Boner, Harvey L. 20 Jan 1897 5 Jun 2001 (104) (Wyoming) Last known veteran from Wyoming to have served overseas.[19]
Bowen, Herbert W. c.1900 Nov 2001 (101) (Maryland) Served in France.[19]
Brice, Thomas Frank 20 Dec 1895 1 Jan 2001 (105) (Tennessee) Served in France.[19]
Brookmyer, Lloyd E. 21 Nov 1898 30 Jan 2001 (102) (Pennsylvania) Private, US Army[11]
Buckner, Charles Madison 12 Sep 1898 7 Jul 2001 (102) (Missouri) Private, US Army.[11]
Bucklin, Robert M. 19 Dec 1896 7 Feb 2001 (104) (Minnesota) Private, US Army. Enlisted August 1918.[11]
Busekrus, Harvey E. 2 Sep 1898 18 May 2001 (102) (Missouri) Private, US Army.[11]
Caporizzo, Felix A., 11 Nov 1895 10 Sep 2001 (105) (Massachusetts) Born in Italy and emigrated to the USA as a child. Served in France.
Carter, Leslie Frederick 19 Aug 1898 17 Jul 2001 (102) (New Hampshire) Petty Officer 1st Class, US Navy.[11]
Chapman, Wilmer S. 20 Feb 1895 30 Jul 2001 (106) (Florida) Served in France.[19]
Chergosky, Joseph B. 22 Mar 1894 28 Aug 2001 (107) (New York) Served in France.[19]
Clark, Douglas Hayes 22 Jul 1899 25 Jul 2001 (102) (Alabama) US Army.[11]
Cohn, Benno 18 Nov 1897 8 Aug 2001 (103) (New York) Served in France.[19]
Cole, Jasper E. 5 Oct 1894 12 Sep 2001 (106) (Nebraska) US Army.[127]
Conley, Milford 24 Apr 1899 6 Nov 2001 (102) (Ohio) Served in France.[19]
Conway, Harold Joseph 7 Nov 1900 16 Apr 2001 (100) (Virginia) US Army. Also served in World War II and Korea, reaching the rank of Colonel.[11]
Cook, Ossie 15 Oct 1894 23 Jul 2001 (106) (Georgia) Served in France.[19]
Cooper, Donald 30 Oct 1895 14 Jun 2001 (105) (Georgia) Served in France.[19]
Crain, Doc Frank 23 Feb 1899 11 Dec 2001 (102) (Texas) Private, US Army.[11]
Crittenden, Roy J. 30 Jul 1900 25 Jan 2001 (100) (Texas) Enlisted underage in 1917. Wounded whilst serving in France loading ammunition.[19][128][129]
Czolgacz, Charles Leonard 17 May 1900 17 Feb 2001 (100) (California) Private, US Army.[11]
Deckard, George W. 17 Nov 1896 13 Sep 2001 (104) (Tennessee) Fought on the Western Front with US Army. In My Great Uncles own words, "I never saw combat, on the day I was to go to the front line, that morning the cease fire began. I never had to fire my gun in anger." George W Deckard Nov 1996 100th Birthday get together, Deckard Family Reunion.[original research?]

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Denesha, Forest 22 Nov 1894 18 Dec 2001 (107) (New York) Served in France.[19]
Dietzman, William Paul 14 Aug 1898 16 Apr 2001 (102) (New Jersey) US Navy. Served as a gunner aboard USS Harrisburg, making several Atlantic crossings.[19][131][132]
DiSandro, Severino (Sam) 12 Feb 1895 10 May 2001 (106) (Rhode Island). Born in Italy. Non-combat. Drafted into the US Army as a carpenter in an aircraft factory.[133]
Dixson, Manuel 8 Aug 1897 19 Sep 2001 (104) (Louisiana) Private, US Army.[11]
Donovan, Joseph L. 26 Apr 1899 9 Nov 2001 (102) (Florida) Served in France. Also World War II veteran.[19]
Doran, Charles E. 18 Aug 1894 14 Feb 2001 (106) (South Dakota) Last known veteran from South Dakota to have served overseas.[19]
Downey, Marie A. 2 Oct 1898 6 Jun 2001 United States Navy.[11]
Drewelow, George W 16 Dec 1897 14 Jun 2001 (103) (Oregon) Corporal, US Army. Enlisted May 1917.[11]
Dunn, William R. 27 Apr 1900 22 Jul 2001 (101) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[19]
Dunton, James G. 10 Nov 1899 17 May 2001 (101) (Virginia) Served in France as a sergeant in the US Army Ambulance Corps. Also a World War II veteran.[19][134]
Eichler, Francis H. (Frank) 11 Oct 1897 29 Nov 2001 (104) (California) Served briefly in France as a sergeant in the 548th Engineers, 5th Engineering Logistic Regiment, US Army.[19][135]
Ekiss, Ivon Carl 8 Nov 1894 27 Jul 2001 (106) (Colorado) Private, US Army.[11]
Elliott, Lewis Beall 1 Sep 1897 10 Feb 2001 (103) (Texas) Sergeant, US Army[11]
Ellner, Bernard J. 7 Aug 1897 10 Mar 2001 (103) (Texas) Pharmacist’s Mate 3rd Class, US Navy. Enlisted June 1918.[11]
Erger, Benjamin D. 16 Oct 1899 4 Sep 2001 (101) (Arizona) Last known veteran from Arizona to have served overseas.[19]
Fabricius, Hans 5 Nov 1897 12 Mar 2001 (103) (Idaho) Private, US Army.[11]
Folk, Jesse 28 Nov 1898 28 Apr 2001 (102) (Missouri) Served in France.[19]
Folks, James N. 19 Oct 1897 20 Jan 2001 (103) (Michigan) US Army.[136]
Foor, Forrest L. 20 Dec 1896 18 Jan 2001 (104) (California) Served as an instructor in the US Navy.[137]
Fredey, Richard 23 Mar 1901 28 Dec 2001 (100) (New York) Enlisted underage and served in France with the US Marine Corps. Also a veteran of World War II and the Korean War.[19][138][139]
Fuller, Jack G. 7 Mar 1895 4 Jan 2001 (105) (California) Served as aide-de-camp to General Hugh Johnson in World War I, and chief veterinarian of the China-Burma-India theatre during World War II. Retired from the army in the rank of Colonel in 1950.[140]
Gardner, Floyd S. 22 May 1901 19 May 2001 (99) (California) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[19]
Garman, Lloyd E. 30 Apr 1892 24 May 2001(109) (Kansas)[141]
Green, John R. 15 Jun 1898 22 Jun 2001 (103) (Pennsylvania) US Army.[11]
Griesner, William 28 May 1895 4 Apr 2001 (105) (California) Served in France.[19]
Gunderson, Harry 2 Sep 1898 18 Nov 2001 (103) (New Mexico) Served in France.[19]
Hall, Robert Henry 12 Aug 1898 14 May 2001 (102) (New York) Private, US Army.[11]
Harries, John H. 23 Feb 1894 26 Apr 2001 (107) (Oklahoma) Served in France from May 1918 as a 2nd Lieutenant, 33rd Infantry Division, US Army.[19][142]
Harrison, Robert B. 15 Aug 1898 18 Jul 2001 (102) (New Hampshire) Last known veteran from New Hampshire to have served overseas.[19]
Harvey, John Guy 29 Dec 1896 5 Feb 2001 (104) (Texas) US Army.[11]
Harycki, Stanley 10 Jan 1898 31 Jan 2001 (103) (Wisconsin) Served in France.[19]
Heap, George 13 May 1896 26 Mar 2001 (104) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.[19]
Heatly, Johnie 10 Jun 1894 8 Oct 2001 (107) (Louisiana) Private, US Army. Enlisted April 1918.[11]
Hess, Walter Eugene 26 Jul 1899 8 Jul 2001 (101) (Florida) Seaman 1st Class, US Navy.[11]
Hicks, Lee Roy 7 Dec 1898 30 Nov 2001 (102) (Alabama) Served in France.[19]
Hill, Ernest R. 27 Nov 1896 11 Feb 2001 (104) (Arkansas) Private, US Army.[11]
Hill, Howard J. 15 Aug 1894 2 Feb 2001 (106) (Florida) Served in France.[19]
Holbrook, Rufus S. 24 Sep 1897 22 Mar 2001 (103) (Illinois) Non-combat.[143]
Hooker, William Raymond 10 Mar 1899 10 Apr 2001 (102) (Iowa) US Army.[11]
Hosley, Charles R. 22 Nov 1898 6 Jun 2001 (102) (Kansas) Served in France.[19]
Huff, Clement H. 4 May 1899 13 Feb 2001 (101) (New York) Private, US army. Also a World War II veteran.[11]
Hulse, Minard Edwin 16 Dec 1895 12 Jun 2001 (105) (Illinois) Served in France.[19]
Johnsen, Alvin L. 4 Feb 1896 7 Jun 2001 (105) (Nebraska) Served in France.[19]
Jones, William Edward 23 Mar 1895 23 Aug 2001 (106) (Maryland) Private, US Army.[11]
Kane, Thomas J. 12 Oct 1900 6 May 2001 (100) (New York) Private US Army. Enlisted underage in May 1917.[11]
Kennedy, Stephen 6 Apr 1896 28 Oct 2001 (105) (South Carolina) Last known veteran from South Carolina to have served overseas.[19]
Keyser, Frank Ray, Sr. 29 Sep 1898 7 Mar 2001 (102) (Vermont) United States Army. Later justice of the Vermont state supreme court (1964-1975). [144]
Kirk, Herbert S. 2 Oct 1895 3 Oct 2001 (106) (Montana) Pilot in the US Naval Air Service flying reconnaissance and bombing missions over the English Channel searching for German submarines.[19][145]
Lacroix, Hiram 21 Aug 1893 16 May 2001 (107) (North Carolina) Last known veteran from North Carolina to have served overseas.[19]
Lalond, Charles 26 Apr 1897 14 Nov 2001 (104) (North Dakota) Non combat. Stationed at Camp Grant, Illinois where he had charge of 130 mules.[146]
Lee, Andrew 16 Dec 1894 18 Oct 2001 (106) (California) Private, US Army. Son of a slave. Enlisted 1918. Served in France tending the horses and mules that transported supplies to the Front.[147]
Lesesne, Eugene 19 Nov 1897 2 Feb 2001 (103) (North Carolina) Served in France from July 1918 with the 331st Labor Battalion, US Quartermaster Corps.[19]
Lewis, Edwin L. 11 May 1895 6 Aug 2001 (106) (Illinois) US Navy. Served as a stoker aboard USS Ohio and USS Stringham.[148]
Lewis, Walter E. 5 Jun 1895 4 May 2001 (105) (Florida) Served in France.[19]
Maddex, Vincil L. 19 Feb 1896 6 Dec 2001 (105) (Oklahoma) Served in France.[19]
Mansfield, Michael Joseph 16 Mar 1903 5 Oct 2001 (98) (Washington) Navy veteran having enlisted aged 14; joined the army and US Marines after the war. Later Democratic Majority Leader in the US Senate. See entry.
Marks, Virgil M. 17 Mar 1894 19 Jun 2001 (107) (Illinois) Fought in the battle of the Argonne Forest as a private with Co H, 28th Division, 111th Infantry Regiment, US Army.[19]
Marston, Sheldon 2 Nov 1897 1 Nov 2001 (103) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]
Marthinson, Olaf E. 14 May 1896 12 Mar 2001 (104) (Connecticut) Enlisted in the National Guard in 1915. His unit became 113th US Infantry in 1917 and was dispatched to France, but Marthinson was sent to officer training and did not see combat. Ended the war in the rank of Lieutenant.[149]
Martin, Glen 3 Sep 1895 14 Feb 2001 (105) (Kansas) [20][21]
Maule, Reuel David 6 Oct 1896 11 Jan 2001 (104) (Idaho) Served in the US Navy 1917-1919.[150]
McDowell, Phillip 6 Jan 1898 19 Oct 2001 (103) (Indiana) Served in France.[19]
McCray, Carl A. 20 Sep 1898 22 Mar 2001 (102) (West Virginia) Served in France.[19]
McKinley, Lee Carrington 1 Aug 1898 1 Jul 2001 (102) (Missouri) Served in France.[19]
Medina, Jose A. 26 Feb 1895 12 Feb 2001 (105) (Colorado) Served in France.[19]
Mendow, Hiram Zaph 6 Sep 1893 11 May 2001 (107) (Minnesota) Non-combat. Served in the US Army ferrying aircraft around the US. Later a prominent lawyer, defending Al Capone.[151]
Meyer, Charles 3 Nov 1899 9 Feb 2001 (101) (Ohio) [22][23]
Miller, Frank 20 Mar 1897 5 Feb 2001 (103) (New Jersey) Served in France.[19]
Miller, Harry H. 5 Feb 1898 13 Sep 2001 (103) (Ohio) Served in France.[19]
Mills, Frank T. 30 Apr 1891 20 Mar 2001 (109) (Pennsylvania) Non-combat. Enlisted in US Army but discharged due to ill health.[152]
Mills, Henry J. 1 Jun 1895 25 May 2001 (105) (West Virginia) Fought on the Western Front as a private in the 42nd ‘Rainbow’ Division, US National Guard.[19][153]
Molcar, Charles 11 Feb 1896 16 Apr 2001 (105) (Illinois) Served in France as a machine-gunner with an artillery unit.[154]
Moore, Abe Parker 9 Jul 1900 28 Jan 2001 (100) (Mississippi) US Navy. Also a World War II veteran.[11]
Moyer, Glen A. 20 Jun 1895 16 Apr 2001 (105) (Ohio) Served in France with the US Army. Twin brother of Dale Moyer (see Veterans of World War I who Died in 2004).[155]
Mullian, Haroutun 6 Apr 1895 6 Apr 2001 (106) (Michigan) US Army.[11]
Mullins, Archie F. 3 Jan 1895 8 Dec 2001 (106) (West Virginia) Served in France.[19]
Mumper, Clarence F. 13 Mar 1899 12 Dec 2001 (102) (Ohio) Served in France.[19]
Nargiso, John 6 Jan 1896 27 Jun 2001 (105) (New Jersey) Served in France.[19]
Nelson, Walter W. 14 Apr 1892 11 Mar 2001 (108) (Minnesota) Last known veteran from Minnesota to have served overseas.[19]
Oresky, Joseph 14 Oct 1895 12 Jan 2001 (105) (New York) Served in France with C Co, 81st (Wildcat) Division, 322nd Infantry Regiment, US Army.[19][156]
Osborne, William Clarke 30 Apr 1897 15 Jan 2001 (103) (Kansas) US Army.[11]
Painter, John George 20 Sep 1888 1 Mar 2001 (112) (Tennessee) Served in Battery D, 115th Artillery Battalion, US Army, on the Western Front hauling ammunition and supplies to the front line. See entry.
Perry, Charles E. 12 Nov 1896 1 Oct 2001 (104) (Connecticut) US Army. Also served in World War II in the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel.[11]
Pettit, Roy C. 30 May 1893 26 Dec 2001 (108) (Illinois) Last known veteran from Illinois to have served overseas.[19]
Pifer, Raymond 7 Jan 1893 17 Apr 2001 (108) (Ohio) Served in France.[19]
Pizzuti, Philip V. (William V Perry) 23 Oct 1900 26 Mar 2001 (100) (Massachusetts) US Navy.[11]
Pratt, Ernest J.H. 18 Mar 1896 24 Apr 2001 (105) (Connecticut) Last known veteran from Connecticut to have served overseas.[19]
Prieste, Hal Haig (Harry) 23 Nov 1896 19 Apr 2001 (104) (New Jersey) Later an Olympic diver. [157]
Reno, Seiber 25 May 1900 22 Mar 2001 (100) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]
Ritenour, William J, 18 Jan 1900 11 Mar 2001 (101) (Iowa) Corporal, US Army.[11]
Roberts, Fred N.W.N. 20 Mar 1896 3 Sep 2001 (105) (California) Served in France.[19]
Robinson, Oren P. 13 Mar 1900 24 Aug 2001 (101) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]
Roseto, Carmine 27 Sep 1897 26 Oct 2001 (104) (New York) Served in France.[19]
Ross, Charles R. 2 Jul 1896 13 Dec 2001 (105) (Kansas) Private, US Army.[11]
Ruf, Charles A. 15 Mar 1900 18 Mar 2001 (101) (California) Served in France.[19]
Rusk, Clarence 11 July 1897 19 Dec 2001 (104) (Kansas) Non combat. Enlisted 1918 and had just completed training with 205th Co, US Army, when war ended.[158]
Scharmer, Otto E. 27 Aug 1895 26 May 2001 (105) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]
Schmoe, Floyd W. 21 Sep 1895 20 Apr 2001 (105) (Washington) Served in France with the Red Cross as an ambulance driver and stretcher bearer.[159]
Schubert, Fred A. 14 Mar 1897 29 Mar 2001 (104) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]
Schug, Edgar A. 14 Feb 1899 29 Dec 2001 (102) (Florida) US Army.[160]
Scott, Milton C. 14 Jan 1895 8 Aug 2001 (106) (Georgia) Served in France.[19]
Sholund, Michael S. 14 Feb 1896 24 Mar 2001 (105) (Washington) Served in France.[19]
Smith, Dwight Lyman 12 Jan 1900 19 Nov 2001 (101) (Iowa) [24][25]
Smith, Glenn V. 18 Jul 1898 17 Aug 2001 (103) (California) Private, US Army.[11]
Smith, Harold Harry 30 June 1898 11 Oct 2001 (103) (Missouri) [26][27]
Smith, Harvey J. 7 Feb 1901 7 Apr 2001 (100) (Pennsylvania) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[19]
Smith, Myles W. 9 Dec 1899 3 Jan 2001 (101) (Wisconsin) US Army.[11]
Smith, Will Charles 1 Jan 1891 19 Apr 2001 (110) (Florida) Fought on the Western Front with the US Army.[161]
Solomon, Alvin R. 3 Mar 1896 21 Jul 2001 (105) (Arkansas) Last known veteran from Arkansas to have served overseas.[19]
Soule, Russel V. 30 Sep 1898 14 Mar 2001 (102) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]
Spence, Arley Newton 4 Mar 1900 27 Feb 2001 (101) (South Carolina) Private, US Army. Also a World War II veteran.[11]
Spreen, Albert H. 16 Jan 1895 6 Mar 2001 (106) (Texas) Served in France.[19]
Staderman, Albert 23 Dec 1900 18 Jul 2001 (100) (Ohio)[162]
Stannard, M. Lawrence E. 9 May 1899 20 Jun 2001 (102) (Massachusetts) Served in France.[19]
Stephens, Cleveland 25 Apr 1898 5 Mar 2001 (102) (Florida) Private, US Army. Enlisted November 1917.[11]
Stephens, Frank L. 16 Dec 1898 2 Mar 2001 (102) (Texas) Served in France.[19][163]
Stone, Harry A. 20 Aug 1899 20 May 2001 (101) (Wisconsin) US Navy.[164]
Struthers, Clifton W. 3 Aug 1898 22 Dec 2001 (103) (Iowa) Served in France.[19]
Swanson, Nels R Ferdie 5 Oct 1900 13 Jan 2001 (100) (Illinois) Corporal, US Army.[11]
Tibby, Matthew R. 11 Sep 1895 4 Nov 2001 (106) (Pennsylvania) Served in France.
Tillotson, Neil 16 Dec 1898 17 Oct 2001 (102) (Massachusetts) Later invented surgical latex gloves and 'novelty' shaped balloons.[165]
Topolewski, John M. 7 Dec 1894 26 May 2001 (106) (Ohio) Served in France.[19]
Varney, C. Earl 14 Jun 1896 12 Jun 2001 (104) (Wyoming) Corporal, US Army.[11]
Vernon, Charles 8 Apr 1896 12 Feb 2001 (105) (California) Served in France.[19]
Vinger, Martin L. 20 Jul 1901 1 Jun 2001 (99) (Wisconsin) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[19]
Weaver, Cyrus Scott Jan 1900 12 Aug 2001 (101) (Tennessee) Served in France.[19]
Wentworth, Alton H. 8 Mar 1897 21 Jan 2001 (103) (Florida) Non combat. In training when the war ended.[166]
Whatley, Dennis 19 Nov 1895 31 Aug 2001 (105) (California) Served in France as a private in the 135th Infantry Regiment but the Armistice was signed before he saw action.[19]
White, Hiram 20 Oct 1898 28 Nov 2001 (103) (Florida) Served in France.[19]
Whitehead, Cecil P. 11 Nov 1900 26 Apr 2001 (100) (Kentucky) Private, US Army.[11]
Wickersham, Emmett C. 4 Apr 1899 20 Oct 2001 (102) (Iowa) US Army.
Wilhelm, Donald E. 24 Nov 1896 11 Oct 2001 (104) (Ohio) Served in France as a POW guard.[19][167]
Wilson, Aaron Dewitt 25 Jan 1900 17 Jan 2001 (100) (Tennessee) [28][29]
Wilson, Charles C. 2 Apr 1898 12 Aug 2001 (103) (Oregon) Served in France.[19]
Wilson, George Dewey 24 July 1898 16 April 2001 (102) (Illinois) [30][31]
Wiltgen, Fred J. 21 Feb 1901 23 Mar 2001 (100) (Arizona) Enlisted underage. Served in France.[19]
Winters, Arthur W. 14 Mar 1898 26 Aug 2001 (103) (Michigan) Served in France.[19]

World War I-era veterans - 2 veterans[edit]

Listed here are those that joined the armed services after the Armistice date, but before the Treaty of Versailles was signed, or where there is debate on their join-date, or whose military service is sometimes viewed as outside the scope of "WWI", but are considered World War I-era veterans by the press or by their respective governments, or served in a related conflict.

United States (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Plotinsky, Hyman 23 Sep 1898 1 Feb 2001 (102) (Massachusetts) Private, US Army. Enlisted July 1919.[11]

Lithuania (1 veteran)[edit]

Name Born Died Notes
Januškevičius, Česlovas 1900 21 Jan 2001 (100) Enlisted in 1919. Served in the Polish-Lithuanian War. Left the armed forces in 1923. Later served as an aviation instructor.[32]

Totals - 330 veterans[edit]

  • Verified veterans - 328
  • World War I-Era veterans - 2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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