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EXAMPLE:Homer Ward GravesiteEXAMPLE: Born July 19, 1889, Homer Ward, from Centralia, WA, was a First Lieutenant in the 20th Engineer Regiment. He died from disease on October 19th, 1918, at Base Hospital 53 in Marseilles. Before the war, Homer was a teacher. His brother, Arthur Ward, also served and later became a prominent judge. “Although death was becoming a common occurrence, and almost every day brought news of the death of some friend or relative, still the news of Homer Ward's death shocked his many friends. It was hard to believe that a young man who had left home in the pink of health, could be so suddenly stricken with death.” (In the Service: The Great World War Honor Roll, Southwest Washington, 1920.)https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxKk-3egkhPQZkZ3amVrZGN6Zlk/view?usp=sharingPlot C, Row 5, Grave 1Suresnes American Cemetery
http://www.monumentsproject.org/homer-ward.html
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