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114th Engineers, 1918-19

Started by carthage light guard , Jun 10 2012 11:39 AM

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#1 carthage light guard

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Posted 10 June 2012 - 11:39 AM

I realize this is a bit of a longshot, but I'm looking for any photos relating to the 114th Engineer Regiment during World War I. I'm editing the memoirs of a member of Company E, and am having no luck finding photos of members of the regiment, their activities, etc.

Any help will be greatly appreciated, with full credit given for any photographs that I use.

Thanks!

Jeff Patrick

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 07:16 AM

I believe I have a unit history and a large photo of the HQ Co. I'll check tonight.

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Posted 11 June 2012 - 04:19 PM

I do have the regimental history, but there aren't any photos in it. The photo is 8.5" x 19", and shows the HQ Company, including the band.

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Posted 05 July 2012 - 08:34 PM

Jeff,

If the 114th Engineers you're looking for is the one that was the Sapper Regiment of the 39th Division [1st Army--1st Corps], then I may have some items that might be helpful to you. My father served in Co. B of the 114th; I have a copy of the Regimental Roster, 114 Engineer, AEF, France, 1918-1919. I also have my father's Individual Pay Record Book for his service. My family also has a regimental photo--one of the long group photos taken with a "fish-eye" lens of the whole regiment. It is in the possession of either my sister-in-law or my nephew (not exactly sure who has it since my brother died several years ago)--but I can still get my hands on it if you are interested in a copy of the photograph.

Let me know,

Bob Strong

I realize this is a bit of a longshot, but I'm looking for any photos relating to the 114th Engineer Regiment during World War I. I'm editing the memoirs of a member of Company E, and am having no luck finding photos of members of the regiment, their activities, etc.

Any help will be greatly appreciated, with full credit given for any photographs that I use.

Thanks!

Jeff Patrick


Edited by hilltopr73, 05 July 2012 - 08:35 PM.


#5 sargebill

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Posted 27 May 2016 - 07:45 PM

My grand dad was in Co. A 114th Engrs, 39th Div. AEF, I have one photo of him at Camp Beaurgard. His name was Alexandre A. Soileau, 



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Posted 22 April 2017 - 05:35 PM

Hi. 

My Father served in the 114th Engineers From federal call up until Nov 1918.   He enlisted in March 1917 just before the US entry into WWI..  I have pictures from Camp Beauregard.  I also have the above mentioned booklet that contains a roster of all 114th personnel.  It gives a brief history of the 114th .  It also provides the name, rank, and home address and occupation.  My father was a 2LT in Co. B.  He was transferred to the 26th Engineers during the Meuse-Argonne.  I have his discharge and his Victory Medal with three bars    


Edited by Cosine26, 22 April 2017 - 05:38 PM.


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Posted 19 January 2018 - 07:55 AM

Greetings! I'm new here, first post.

Actually, the main reason I joined was because I was researching a photo scrap album

that I found years ago.

There is a section of WW1 photographs, with quite a few pertaining to the 114th.

I don't know if this thread is still active, but if so, I'd be happy to send scans to you.

(Once I set up my printer, I just recently moved)

The album belonged to a Edward Bres, who was a 1st Lieutenant of Engineers, and actually a decent photographer.

Carl




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