Cardot, Homer L., Sgt

Deceased
 
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Last Rank
Sergeant
Last Service Branch
Engineer Corps
Primary Unit
1917-1920, 3rd Division
Service Years
1917 - 1920

Sergeant


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Home State
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Year of Birth
1895
 
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Home Town
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Last Address
43 Glazer Drive, Rochester, NY

Date of Passing
Aug 18, 1951
 
Location of Interment
White Haven Memorial Park - Perinton, New York
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Last Known Activity

Name: Cardot, Homer L.


Burial location: Sec. B, lot 145, grave 3, Division 6


     White Haven Memorial Park - Perinton, New York


Born: June 6, 1895


Enlisted: 1st May 24, 1917 Ft. Slocum, NY


Rank: Sgt.


Unit: Co. C, 6th Regt. Engrs.; WWI


Discharged 1st: June 11, 1919 Ochtendung, Germany


Enlisted 2nd: June 12, 1919 Anderneck, Germany


Discharged 2nd: June 11, 1920 Camp Pike, Arkansas


Died:  Aug. 18, 1951 aged 56


Notes:  Remains removed from Mt. Hope Cem., and reburied next to his son, CPL John A. Cardot, kia RVN (Sept. 1966).


   
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World War I/Aisne Campaign
From Month/Year
May / 1918
To Month/Year
June / 1918

Description
Aisne 27 May - 5 June 1918. The next major German attack fell on 27 May on the thinly held but formidable terrain along the Aisne River known as the Chemin des Dames. The original objective of this new offensive was to draw southward the Allied reserves accumulated back of the British sector, in preparation for a final German attempt to destroy the British Army in Flanders. The French and British defenders were taken completely by surprise, and their positions were overrun rapidly on a forty-mile front. German progress on the first day was so rapid (advances up to 13 miles were made at some points) that Ludendorff altered his plans and decided to make the diversionary attack a main effort. Most of the Aisne bridges were captured intact. The thrust toward Rheims failed but Soissons was taken, and by 31 May the Germans had reached the outskirts of Chateau-Thierry on the Marne, less than 40 miles from Paris.

In the next few days the Germans sought to exploit and expand the deep and exposed salient which they had established. But by 4 June they had been stopped everywhere. Some 27,500 American troops took part in the check of the German advance. The 3d Division foiled enemy attempts in the period 1-4 June to secure a firm bridgehead across the Marne at Chateau-Thierry. West of the town the 2d Division, which included a Marine brigade, defended the road to Paris, and on 6 June successfully counterattacked in Belleau Wood.
   
My Participation in This Battle or Operation
From Month/Year
May / 1918
To Month/Year
June / 1918
 
Last Updated:
Mar 16, 2020
   
Personal Memories
   
Units Participated in Operation

3rd Military Police Company

3rd Infantry Division

 
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  58 Also There at This Battle:
 
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  • Fink, Leftrich, WAG, (1911-1919)
  • Miltersen, Peder Andreas, CPL, (1917-1980)
  • Porter, Kenneth Lee, 1LT, (1917-1919)
  • Rucker, Robert Earl, Pvt, (1917-1919)
  • Stubby, A. E. F., Sgt, (1917-1919)
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