U.S. Army Ambulance Service
Plot E, Row 26, Grave 25
Pfc. Philip Winsor suffered from a “nervous malady” while a student at Harvard. He volunteered as an ambulance driver in the American Field Service in France in September 1916 and returned home the following January. When the United States entered the war, Winsor went to Plattsburg, N.Y. and was found unfit for officer’s training. That year he enlisted in the U.S. Army Ambulance Service where he distinguished himself in ambulance work. He contracted influenza and died of pneumonia on October 24, 1918.
Philip Winsor is buried in Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery Plot E, Row 26, Grave 25.