Fallen Heroes of WWI
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William Banks Andrews Corporal, U.S. Army, WWI
9/14/1895 – 12/28/1917
Space 8 Lot 44 Founders Lawn
He died same day as his parents Rev. Allen Lewis Andrews and Hassie Martin Andrews. They were all killed whentheir auto was hit by a train at a railroad crossing. Cpl. Andrews was stationed at Camp Bowie in Fort Worth.
George H. Cartan U.S. Navy, WWI
3/23/1898 – 1/11/1918
Space 1 and 2 Lot 34
Sam Houston Lawn
George Hall Cartan, U.S. Navy Seaman, WWI
Enlisted July 19, 1916 in Dallas, Texas. He served on the USS Raleigh and diedof pneumonia on January 11, 1918. His new of kin was his father, John L. Cartan, 1804 St. Louis Street in Fort Worth, Texas.
Harry T. Deshazo Private, 144th Infantry 36th Division, WWI
Space 12 Lot 46 Alamo Lawn
Died in boot camp at Camp Bowie, Fort Worth. Cause of death was Acute Pulmonary Edema.
Joe A. Fritts Private Coastal Artillery Company, WWI
2/10/1894 – 4/3/1918
Space 8 Lot 40 Alamo Lawn