Oswego County WWI Casualties

Listed below are the names of those individuals with supporting information who have been reported as being an Oswego County WWI casualty.  Names with asterisks are individuals for whom we are seeking additional information. Several factors were considered to determine whether an individual would be considered an Oswego County WWI casualty: The individual must have been born or had lived in Oswego County; or whose parent(s) or spouse were living in Oswego County at the time of death, which occurred while in service during the war from any cause; or the individual died within 120 days after the end of the war (11/11/1918). We want to get the public’s input by March 1, 2018.

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