ROYALTON RESIDENTS IN FRANKLIN COUNTY WAR HISTORY

The branch of the American Red Cross was started in 1917.
Williams Lovell, Jr.--Chairman
Rella Eddleman--Secretary
Mrs. James Royal--Chairman of the Womens Work
Mollie Thornton--Took Care of Knitted Articles

Total membership was 189. Publicity Man from Royalton, was William Lovell, Jr. for the County. Six-Mile Township Chairwoman was, Mrs. Gladys Hubbs of Royalton and Mrs. A. Leslie of Zeigler.

A list of Royalton men who served their country in World War I were as follows: Mike Antonocci, Joe Arnold, George August, Mike Belenk, Arthur C. Bollheimier, John Browning, Roy Dixon, George Goust, Ernest Heller, Roy Hiller, Winifred Hiller, Raymond Hubbs, Frank Huddleston, Henry Inger, Kasmauris Kemins, Stanley Lamal, Tony Lezat, Charles Martin, John Herbert Martin, Joseph Missavage, Otto McPhail, William E. McPhail, Joe Norville, George Orach, Martin Osko, Charles
Plasmakas, Charles Roszkowski, Robert Sandefur, Roy Schrivner, Asa Sharp, Enos Short, John Seliner, Lee Roy Smith, Henry Perrine Spiller, and Jesse Tefertiller.

(Above Information Taken From The 1993 Royalton Round-Up Booklet.)