My great grandfather was silent after he came back from the First World War (I can't blame him he saw some horrific things) but I would like to know if anyone could dig up any records on him the only one that I have been able to find is this.
CLARENCE C. WILCOCKSON
Private, Headquarters Company, 124th Field Artillery, Thirty-third Divi-
sion, U. S. A. Son of Charles Henry and Alice Wilcockson, Chatham, 111.
Born October 6, 1898, in Woodside, 111. Entered service October 9, 1917,
from Woodside, 111. Received his training at Camp Logan, Houston, Tex.
Sailed overseas May 18, 1918, on the Melita. In action at St. Mihiel,
Argonne Forest and Meuse-Argonne. Was in Laneuville, France, when
the Armistice was signed. Discharged June 8, 1919, at Camp Granjt, 111.
I also have his full uniform but other then that I haven't been able to find anything else.