Warren Union Cemetery

The World's War Honor Roll
The following Warren residents that died during WWI are listed in the book "A War History of Macomb County" compiled by Leo L. Eddy for the Macomb County War Board, Mount Clemens, Michigan July, 1920
KAMIEL BLONDEEL, son of Charles and Elodie Blondeel of Warren, was born in Belgium, April 12, 1898. He entered the service at Camp Custer November 20, 1917. Killed in action in France, October 17, 1918, while serving with Company H, Seventh U.S. Inf.
WILLIAM GIETZEN, son of Nicholas Gietzen, of Warren, ?????????
JOHN A. MEYER, (Corp.) of Warren, was killed in action in France.
NEIL WARRENNER REID, son of James Melvin and Mary Warrenner Reid, was born at Warren June 15, 1899. He enlisted with the 31st Regiment Michigan National Guards September 21, 1917. He was transferred to Company G, 126th Michigan Inf., 32nd Division, and was made Corporal. He was killed in action in France august 2, 1918.
ORMAL DEWEY STEVENS, son of Ormal B. Stevens and Sarah Stevens of Warren, was born December 3, 1898. He enlisted with the U.S. Marines in January, 1918. Was trained at Paris Island, S.C., where he became Sargeant. He was sent to France in May, 1918, and died from wounds received in the battle of the Marne, July 19, 1918.
EDWARD PHIMIAN, son of John and Anna Phimian, was born August 18, 1892, at Warren. entered the service at Camp Custer July 13, 1918, and died there October 13, 1918.

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