(This page is under construction. For a summary of completed biographies see this page.)
There are nine burials in Maine.
Private William Gibson died on 12 August 1918 and is buried in Saint Paul’s Congregational Cemetery, Saint Francis.
Private Benjamin Jordan died on 20 February 1921 and is buried in Libby Hill Cemetery, Gardiner.
Private Kieran F. Keenan died on 27 June 1917 and is buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Lewiston.
Private Charles W. Kilcollins died on 11 May 1916 and is buried in Smith Cemetery, Bridgewater.
Private John McKay, who served as John Sullivan, died on 25 September 1917 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery, South Portland.
Sapper Byron Everard Nash served briefly with the Canadian Engineers Signal Service in England before being evacuated sick. He died of diabetes on 8 March 1920 and is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Harrington. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.
Private Roy Eldon Shepherd died on 13 December 1919 and is buried in Pine Grove Cemetery, Bangor.
Sapper Irvine Lewis Wallace died on 1 October 1918 and is buried in Morrell Cemetery, Windham.
Able Seaman Thomas Ward died on 5 December 1918 and is buried in Forest City Cemetery, South Portland.