Memories of Camp Cody Weblog

May 1, 2015

New Camp Cody, New Mexico Pictures for June 2015

Filed under: Announcement, Camp Cody Deming — Michael Kromeke @ 12:00 pm

I replace the pictures of Camp Cody in the “NEW” area of my main web site on the first of each and every month. You can click on the above photo or the link on the top right of this page to get to my “main Camp Cody site”. These pictures will remain there for one month and then be replaced with some never seen before Camp Cody pictures that I have received in the last month or so. Your donated scans of Camp Cody or of any soldier who served there are always welcome. Please fell free to send me an email, address on web site, or leave a comment on this Blog. Michael Kromeke, Webmaster of the Camp Cody web site.

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December 3, 2011

“NEW” Camp Cody Picture Now at New Location

Filed under: Announcement — Michael Kromeke @ 3:59 pm

I have moved the “NEW” Camp Cody to a new location. Click on photo below to check out these new Camp Cody scans:

Camp Cody Truck No. 2 - Deming, New Mexico - 1918

August 28, 2009

Deming Luna Mimbres Museum and Custom House

Filed under: Announcement, Camp Cody Deming — Michael Kromeke @ 5:45 pm

Deming Luna Mimbres Museum and Custom House
301 South Silver     Deming, New Mexico 88030

World War I – A major training base (Camp Cody) was located at the northwest corner of the city. National Guard troops from Minnesota, the Dakotas, and Nebraska trained here prior to shipment to France. A number of uniforms and other equipment are shown in the wall cases as well as photographs of the camp.

OPEN HOURS – Mon-Sat 9am-4pm; Sun 1:30-4pm

MISCELLANEOUS – Admission : There is no admission charge, but contributions are much appreciated.

Phone: 575-546-2382

May 5, 2009

Camp Cody History of Pvt. Joseph C. Malloy

Filed under: Announcement, Camp Cody Deming, Soldier's Story — Michael Kromeke @ 8:12 pm

Joseph C. Malloy was born February 2, 1899 in Sioux City to Joseph James Malloy (Sioux City fireman) and Charlotte “Lottie” Sheeley Malloy. The Malloy’s also had two daughters, Gladys & Lucille. Joseph began working for Armour & Co. when he was about fifteen years old and continued to work there his entire career. He was a master mechanic and retired from the Kansas City plant in about 1961 or 62. At his retirement, he oversaw all the mechanical and refrigeration for the plant. Through the years he, his wife, Elsie, and three daughters, Jeane, Marianne and Joan, Barbara’s mother, lived in Chicago, Sioux City, Mason City and Oklahoma City. Joseph died on December 21, 1974 in his Kansas City home. There were nine grandchildren. 

Pvt Joseph Malloy at Camp Cody, NM

Pictures of Joseph Malloy are now at:

http://demingnewmexico.genealogyvillage.com/Joseph_Malloy/Joseph_Malloy.htm

April 14, 2009

History of Earl J. DeMara at Camp Cody

Filed under: Announcement, Soldier's Story — Michael Kromeke @ 7:58 pm

Earl J. DeMara - Camp Cody - Deming, New Mexico - 1918

Earl was the first born of 11 surviving children, child of Alice Ewing and Theodore DeMara (Demarest) from Sioux City. Earl’s grandfather, Granville Washington Demarest, was a Corporal for the Union during the Civil War, serving in Company E, New York 82nd Infantry Regiment. Earl’s father, Theodore DeMara (who altered his surname for unknown reasons), enlisted in the army at Ft. Sidney, Nebraska, in 1880.

He was a private in the Cavalry, and he was discharged in 1885. Earl J. DeMara, was at Camp Cody in the summer of 1918. He is survived by his daughter, Marilyn June.

Special thanks to Lacey DeMara for sharing these Camp Cody scans.

April 2, 2009

New Camp Cody, NM Pictures for April

Filed under: Announcement — Michael Kromeke @ 1:50 pm

I replace the pictures of Camp Cody in the “NEW” area of my main web site on the first of each and every month. You can click the link on the right of this page to get to my “main camp cody site”. Then scroll down until you find the area labeled “NEW pictures.

These pictures will remain there for one month and then be replaced with some never seen before Camp Cody pictures that I have received in the last month or so. Your donated scans of Camp Cody or of any soldier who served there are always welcome. Please fell free to send me an email, address on web site, or leave a comment on this Blog.

I am now going to post stories from the 1917 local newspapers about Camp Cody and Deming, New Mexico.

Michael Kromeke, Webmaster of the Camp Cody web site.

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March 4, 2009

New Camp Cody Pictures for March!

Filed under: Announcement — Michael Kromeke @ 5:09 am

I replace the pictures of Camp Cody in the “NEW” area of my main web site on the first of each and every month. You can click the link on the right of this page to get to my “main camp cody site”. Then scroll down until you find the area labeled “NEW pictures.

These pictures will remain there for one month and then be replaced with some never seen before Camp Cody pictures that I have received in the last month or so. Your donated scans of Camp Cody or of any soldier who served there are always welcome. Please fell free to send me an email, address on web site, or leave a comment on this Blog.

Michael Kromeke, Webmaster of the Camp Cody web site.

February 1, 2009

New Camp Cody Pictures for February!

Filed under: Announcement — Michael Kromeke @ 5:06 pm

I replace the pictures of Camp Cody in the “NEW” area of my main web site on the first of each and every month. You can click the link on the right of this page to get to my “main camp cody site”. Then scroll down until you find the area labeled “NEW pictures.

These pictures will remain there for one month and then be replaced with some never seen before Camp Cody pictures that I have received in the last month or so. Your donated scans of Camp Cody or of any soldier who served there are always welcome. Please fell free to send me an email, address on web site, or leave a comment on this Blog.

Michael Kromeke, Webmaster of the Camp Cody web site.

December 7, 2008

Camp Cody-WW1 Army Training-Deming, NM 1917-1918

Filed under: Announcement — Michael Kromeke @ 5:18 pm

The World War One U.S. Army training camp in Deming, New Mexico was named after the famous buffalo hunter, William F. Cody (Buffalo Bill). The Camp was active from July 1916 until the end of December 1918. More then 30,000 soldier were stationed at Camp Cody.

This site is for anyone who wants to share the story of a friend or relative who served at Camp Cody. Leaving ‘Comments” will allow you to communicate with others who are interested this WW1 Army Training Camp.

November 5, 2008

Camp Cody, Holy Cross Sanatorium and Sister Hartney

Filed under: Announcement, Camp Cody Deming — Michael Kromeke @ 8:16 pm

After Camp Cody closed the Camp Hospital sat abandoned for many years. In 1923 the buildings were dedicated as the “Holy Cross Sanatorium” by the Sisters of the Holy Cross.

In 1932 Holy Cross Sister M. Gerald Hartney began her “finance ministry” as an accountant at Holy Cross Sanatorium in Deming, New Mexico. Sister Hartney died on September 10, 2008.

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