Ray Cortland/Cyrus Young, WWI

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A photo of Ray Cortland Cyrus Young in Co. H. 331st Infantry
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Oct 12, 1894 - Nov 27, 1954
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Ancient Faces
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WWI soldiers - where is the rest of the photo?
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Barrett Young
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If anyone has a photo like this, please contact me.
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Gaye Thomas
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[external link] 331ST INFANTRY REGIMENT
The 331ST INFANTRY REGIMENT served during WORLD WAR I as part of the U.S. Army 83d Infantry Division. Composed entirely of Clevelanders ages 21-31 who had been drafted into the army, the regiment included companies A, B, C, D, H, and L and a supply company. Basic training of the new recruits was conducted at Camp Sherman, northwest of Chillicothe, OH.
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Gaye Thomas
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George Miphandallas Rush (1844 -- 1954) was father to Lina Ellen Rush and father in law to Ray Cortland Young.
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Barrett Young
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Are you related to Ray Young?
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Helen Norvell
Amazing picture . My dad’s oldest brother was a military man , he was a lifer in WWI, but he passed before I was born! I would love to known him.
Aug 25, 2019 · Reply
Jenny Nana
Eighty-Third Division (National Army)

Insignia, a black triangle on which is superimposed a golden momogram of the letters O,H,I, O. Organized at Camp Sherman, Ohio, in Sept. 1917. The division was composed of drafted men from Ohio and West Virginia. First units embarked for overseas on June 4th and the last units arrived in France on June 21st. Upon arrival in France the division was designated as a depot division and was ordered to the LeMans area. Here the division was broken up and the artillery brigade and special units, such as engineer and signal troops were sent forward as corps and army troops. The other organizations of the division were held in the area and trained as replacements for the combat divisions at the front. Returned to U.S. Jan. 1919.

Maj. Gen. Edwin F. Glenn commanded this division from the time of its organization until it was demobilized.

The division was composed of the following organizations: 165th and 166th Inf. Brigs., 158th Arty. Brig., 329th, 330th, 331st, 332d Inf. Regts., 322d, 323d, 324th Machine Gun Bns., 32ssd, 323, 324th Fld. Arty Regts., 308th Trench Mortar Battery, 308th Engr. Regt. And Train, 308th Supply Train, 308th Sanitary Train (329th, 330th, 331st, 332d Amb. Cos. And Field Hospitals).
Aug 25, 2019 · Reply
Jenny Nana
331ST INFANTRY REGIMENT

The 331ST INFANTRY REGIMENT served during WORLD WAR I as part of the U.S. Army 83d Infantry Division. Composed entirely of Clevelanders ages 21-31 who had been drafted into the army, the regiment included companies A, B, C, D, H, and L and a supply company. Basic training of the new recruits was conducted at Camp Sherman, northwest of Chillicothe, OH.
Aug 25, 2019 ·
Jenny Nana
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Barrett Young
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Jenny Nana doesn't have any wwi info
Aug 26, 2019 ·
Fran Portnoy
Which one is Ray Young...?
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Barrett Young
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The arrow is pointing to him Fran Portnoy
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