World War I Honor Roll

William Ricketts

Private U.S. Army
 313th Infantry

Entered the Service from: Maryland
Died: October 9, 1918   KIA France
Buried at: Unknown

The Daily News, November 11, 1918
PRIVATE WILLIAM RICKETTS, Brunswick, died of wounds received in action.
Private Ricketts was a member of the 313th Infantry and died on October 9 of wounds received in action, according to a telegram received by his uncle, J. D. Fetlers, of Brunswick. His parents are dead and he had no brothers or sisters. Prior to going into the army he had been a brakeman in the employ of the B and O Railroad. He was about 24 years of age.