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Birth:
Lenoir, NC 1
Death:
24 Jun 1963 2
Washington (State) 2
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Person:
Eugene Horton 3
Age in 1930: 42 3
Birth:
Lenoir, NC 1
Birth:
Estimated Birth Year: 1888 3
Death:
24 Jun 1963 2
Washington (State) 2
Residence:
Place: Tacoma, Washington 4
From: 1944 5
Residence:
Place: COCHISE County, Arizona 3
From: 1930 3
Enumeration District: FT HUACHUCA MILITARY RESERVATION 3
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Education:
Institution: Army Music School 6
Place: Washington, DC 6
To: 1928 6
Military Career:
with the 340th U S Army Band as Assistant Director at time of retirement 7
Military Career:
Retired from U S Army July 1944 8
Military Career:
Stationed at Camp Sutton, Monroe, NC with service detachments & 340th U S Army Band, 1942-44 5
Military Career:
Served in WWI with the 368th Infantry, a National Guard regiment, Returned to the 25th Infantry after the Armistice 9
Military Career:
After first stint, re-enlisted in the Ninth Cavalry, patroled Mexican border along Rio Grande until 1916 10
Military Career:
Enlisted in 1910, 25th Infantry 9

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  1. As reported in "The Afro American", June 3, 1944 (see "340th Army Band Finishes Activation at Camp Sutton") — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  2. Obituary appeared in the Tacoma News Tribune (Washington) on June 28, 1963. — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  3. Census - US Federal 1930 [See image]
  4. "The Carryall" Engineers' Camp Sutton Newsletter, Issue June 17, 1944, page 2 announces Horton's impending retirement — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  5. Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  6. From "The Afro American", June 3, 1944 ("340th Army Band Finishes Activation at Camp Sutton") — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  7. "The Afro American", June 3, 1944 ("340th Army Band Finishes Activation at Camp Sutton") — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  8. "The Carryall" - Engineers' Camp Sutton Newsletter, Issue July 1, 1944 — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  9. Newspaper article "Camp Sutton Soldier Now Doing His Eleventh Hitch", The Afro American, Oct 17, 1942, page 8 — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
  10. Newspaper article "Camp Sutton Soldier Now Doing His Eleventh Hitch", The Afro American Oct 17, 1942, page 8 — Contributed by PatriciaCarol
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