The Louisville Historical Museum staff would like to hear from descendants of the federal troops who were stationed in Louisville in 1914-1915. For more information and photos, see the Fall 2014 issue of The Louisville Historian quarterly publication with its lead article entitled “Keeping the Peace in Louisville, 1914-1915."


Roster Troop "F" 12th Cavalry
Louisville, Colorado
Christmas, 1914

1st. Lieutenant, Charles L. Scott, Commanding
2nd. Lieutenant, Walter W. Wynne
1st. Sergeant, Benjamin F. Longacre
Q.M. Sergeant, Walter E. Heck  

Sergeants Corporals

James E. Halpin
Frank E. Paden
Harry W. Oppenheimer
James D. Ahern
Gunter Hancock
Bert Martin

Delbert H. McGehee
Alvin H. Moore
Leroy Curtis
Eddie L. Coleman
Norman Rhoads

Horseshoer, Jacob McDonald
Saddler, Lars P. Jorgensen

 Farrier, Paul C. Douglas
Wagoner, John W. Burrell

Trumpeters

 Clarence Fletcher

 Frederick Harowitz

Cooks

 Roy W. Younger

 Perry Lincicome

Privates

Charles E. Ackerson
Ernest J. Allen
Ami J. Aubin
Clarence S. Anderson
Charles Baker
Bert B. Baker
Charles H. Barnhart
James Brown
Edgar Carter
Adarien J. Charron
Walter V. Cherry
John T. Christian
Percy W. Coleman
William H. Collinsworth
Henry J. Corbin
Wilson H. Craig
Frank Czech
Richard E. Eldridge
Emil Gessner
Arch Hamilton
Howard B. Hamilton
Doctor T. Harrison
Harry E. Hilbert
Jesse Howard
Willis S. Johnson
Claud S. Lockwood
Albert B. Maffett

Grant Mellick
Thomas Mulvaney
John C. Murray
George Nolen
George Nozling
Jacob Petry. Jr.
William H. Plyman
Harry R. Reynolds
Charles E. Richardson
Thomas H. Rivers
Christopher A. Smeltz
Joseph Santucci
Allen R. Shaw
Sam P. Sligh
Hannibal A. Smith
Tom Stevens
Joseph Taylor
Earl Thompson
John J. Thompson
John E. Todd
Arthur B. Tousley
Robert L. Trux
Frank Van Meter
Bryant S. Vanover
Harry Wilson
Paul S. Zerges