Mule Rearing African American Officers gas masks The pilots African American Soldiers 1 doughboys with mules Riveters pilots in dress uniforms

Clarence Herbert Stolker

Submitted by: Shannon Larson {great grandchild}

Clarence Herbert StolkerClarence Herbert Stolker served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The dates of service are: Known 1919-1921.


My great grandfather Clarence Herbert Stolker (b. 1901 Ludington, MI-d. 1963 Ludington, MI) served as Chauffeur/Machinist of the 27th Aero Squadron June 17, 1919 to April 23, 1920 and as a Private in Service Company of the 35th Regiment of Infantry, December 16, 1920 to December 2, 1921.

He had taken many pictures during his time of service at Kelly AFB in Texas and the Schofield Barracks in Hawaii.



 58f29685b6e8b C.H. Stolker center

58f29685b7df8 Clarence Stolker and plane

58f29685b4475 WWI (1)

About Family Ties Button

Stories of Service Button 250


submitservice revise

Family Webinar 250

submitservice revise

Documenting Doughboys 260

donateartifact revise


genealogicalresources revise



Navy Log Button 250

"Pershing" Donors

$5 Million +

Founding Sponsor
PritzkerMML Logo

Starr Foundation Logo

The Lilly Endowment