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  • Collection: West Alabamians in World War I

According to Ancestry.com. U.S., Navy Casualties Books, 1776-1941, Chief Quartermaster Cecil E. Day died on June 28, 1918, from influenza while at the Naval Hospital in Chelsea, Massachusetts. More information on the death of Quartermaster Day can…

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Chief Quartermaster Lester J. Snow died of pneumonia on September 30, 1918, while serving with the United States Navy in Massachusetts. Chief Snow was the husband of Mrs. Mary Snow and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snow of Tuscaloosa.More…

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Cpl. Anders Laycock was killed on July 15, 1918, while serving with the 167th Infantry, 42nd Division. Cpl. Laycock was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laycock of Northport. A photo of Cpl. Laycock can be found on his findagrave site at this link:…

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Cpl. Clarence W. Clanahan was killed on October 18, 1918, while serving with the 322 Infantry Regiment, 81st Infantry Division. Cpl. Clanahan was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Clarence Clanahan of Tuscaloosa. Prior to entering service Cpl. Clanahan…

Cpl. Dock Smelly died on July 1, 1918, while serving with the United States Army in New Mexico. More information on the death of Cpl. Smelly can be found at this site: http://archives.state.al.us/goldstar/images/card/Smelley_Dock.pdf. A photo of Cpl.…

Cpl. Earnest L. Cook of Havana, Ala. died on October 25, 1918, while serving with the United States Army in France. More information on Cpl. Cook's death can be found at this site: http://archives.state.al.us/goldstar/images/card/Cook_EarnestL.pdf. A…

Cpl. Gordon Mercer was killed on June 8, 1918, while fighting with the United States Marine Corps at Belleau Wood. More information on Cpl. Mercer can be found at this site:…

Cpl. James Farley died on July 29, 1918, from wounds received while serving with the United States Army. A photo of Cpl. Farley's grave can be found at this site:…

Cpl. John E. Kidd died on October 31, 1918, while serving with the United States Army in Europe. More information on the death of Cpl. Kidd can be found at this site: http://archives.state.al.us/goldstar/images/card/Kidd_JohnE.pdf. A photo of Cpl.…

Cpl. John W. Higginbotham was killed on June 11, 1918, while serving with the 6th Marines in France. More information including a photo of Cpl. Higginbotham can be found at this site:…
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