This banner was placed in Chatel Chehery by members of our group to Honor the "Other Sixteen". As a symbol of neutrality, it was placed between the Nolan site and the Mastriano site.
This is the site of a former Hospital in the town of Marq. American soldiers injured in Chatel Chehery would have been transported to this site. It is believed that Sgt. Bernard Early and Cpl. Otis Merrithew aken here following the 8 October 1918 battle. Note the "Red Cross" to the left of the entrance.
Church in the center of Chatel Chehery that sustained extensive damage during the German occipation. The yard in the rear of the church also served as a temporary grave site to include that of Lt. Kirby Stewart
Entrance to the Muse Argonne American cemetery where members of our group were able to pay their respects to the men who fell on 8 October 1918 as well as the 14,000 Americans who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Muse Argonne Offensive