Notes for William Allison Cooley (1898-1918)


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Aug 17, 1921 Article

The following was published in the Unionville Missouri Republican August 17, 1921.

"The body of William Allison Cooley who was killed in the Meuse Argonne Offensive was returned to Lucerne on August 12, 1921. Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist Church of which he was a member. Rev. W.A. Pollock preached the sermon. He was buried with full military honors by the American Legion Post at Lucerne which bears his name "Allison" as he was known to many of his friends. Enlisted on the 13th.day of the month, was in the service 13 months, was born on the 13th. day of the month and was buried of the 13th. Allison was the only Lucerne boy to lose his life in the World War."



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Note added Mon Sep 10 21:28:11 2012


Birth: Apr. 13, 1898
Lucerne
Putnam County
Missouri, USA
Death: Sep. 28, 1918


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Parents:
Joseph W. Cooley (1867 - 1947)
Ara D. Cooley (1863 - 1902)

Burial:
Lucerne Cemetery
Lucerne
Putnam County
Missouri, USA

Created by: Harvey Pearson
Record added: Jan 07, 2012
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