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WWI - US Army

Conflict Period:
World War I 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
PFC 1
Birth:
09 Aug 1896 1
Desloge, Missouri 1
Death:
14 Jan 1939 2
Veterans Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri 1
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Birth:
09 Aug 1896 1
Desloge, Missouri 1
Male 1
Death:
14 Jan 1939 2
Veterans Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri 1
Burial:
Burial Place: Lutheran Cemetery, Farmington, Missouri 1
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Birth:
Mother: Martha E "Mattie" Hart 1
Father: Aaron William Hood 1
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World War I 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
PFC 1
Unit:
Company F, 5th Infantry, Missouri National Guard 3
Unit Type:
Calvary 1
US Army:
PVT 1 2
WWI:
1917-1919 1

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Lawrence Hood, De Soto, Mo., Born Aug. 9, 1896 in Desloge, Mo. 

Died at Veterans Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Sat. Jan. 14, aged 43 yrs. 5 mo. 5 days.

In early life rec’d into membership with Desloge Methodist Church by Baptism. Married Bernice Armbruster 1924. Served under country’s flag overseas during World War.
Mourned by wife, Bernice of De Soto, Mo., parents, Aaron and Martha Hood, and brother Edwin of Desloge, Mo., sister Thelma of St. Louis, Mo., daughter Alberta of Flat River, Mo.
Funeral services Monday, Jan. 16, 8 P.M. Taylor Ave. Methodist Church, Flat River. Close personal friend, Rev. W. Keisker, former pastor Trinity Lutheran Church, in charge of service. Mrs. Keisker at organ, Mrs. R. Fiehler two appropriate vocal solos.

Burial, Lutheran Cemetery, Farmington, Mo. Boyer Service, Desloge.

High regard, evidenced by abundance of floral offerings. Would go out of the way to do a friend a favor. Distributor, Phillips Petroleum Products. De Soto.

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