(This page is under construction—but see Becker and Williams below. For a summary of completed biographies see this page.)
There are 14 burials in Ohio.
Private Charles Altman died on 17 July 1918 and is buried in Mayfield Cemetery, Cleveland.
Captain Charles Hereward Becker was serving with the British War Mission as an instructor at Camp Sherman, Ohio, when he was killed in a motor accident on 8 August 1918. He is buried in Grandview Cemetery, Chillicothe. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.
Corporal George H. Buckwalter died on 25 April 1919 and is buried in West Lawn Cemetery, Canton.
Private Leslie Earl Chadwell died on 15 May 1920 and is buried in Nye Cemetery, Chauncey.
Private John C. Clark died on 14 January 1920 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Springfield.
Private Sam Corrodo died on 27 July 1920 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland.
Private William Thomas Doogan died on 17 January 1921 and is buried in Saint Joseph’s Cemetery, Lockbourne.
Private Charles Nelson Manley died on 14 April 1921 and is buried in Middleport Hill Cemetery, Middleport.
Private John McGraw died on 13 March 1918 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery, Cleveland.
Private Lossing J. Stafford died on 24 July 1917 and is buried in Mansfield Cemetery, Mansfield.
Second Lieutenant George S. Stewart died on 18 June 1919 and is buried in Glendale Cemetery, Akron.
Private George Patterson Wallace died on 12 August 1919 and is buried in East Cleveland Township Cemetery, Cleveland.
Private Sylvester Williams was an African-American soldier who served in France with No.2 Construction Company (Coloured). He died of tuberculosis on 4 August 1919 after his return to Canada and is buried in Miami Cemetery, Corwin. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.
Sapper Thomas K. Wordsworth died on 2 October 1918 and is buried in Glenview Cemetery, East Palestine