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Conflict Period:
World War I 1
Rank:
Private, U.S. Army 1
Birth:
10 Sep 1892 2
Forest Green, Chariton County, MO 2
Death:
15 Jul 1918 2
Chateau Thierry, France 2
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Full Name:
Novia L Moore 1
Birth:
10 Sep 1892 2
Forest Green, Chariton County, MO 2
Male 2
Death:
15 Jul 1918 2
Chateau Thierry, France 2
Cause: He was killed, while J serving with Company I, 3rd regiment 2
Death:
15 Jul 1918 2
Chateau Thierry, France 2
Cause: He was killed, while J serving with Company I, 3rd regiment 2
Death:
Buried: Buried at: Plot A Row 10 Grave 7<BR>Aisne-Marne American Cemetery<BR>Belleau, France 1
Death: 15-Jul-18 1
Death Date: 15 Jul 1918 1
Memorial Cemetery: Aisne-Marne American Cemetery 1
Memorial Country: Belleau, France 1
Memorial Location: Plot A Row 10 Grave 7 1
Residence:
State: Missouri 1
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World War I 1

Rank:
Private, U.S. Army 1
Regiment:
4th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Division 1

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Novia was born Sept. 10, 1891, Forest Green, Chariton County, Missouri, USA.  He was the son of George Washington Moore and Annie Elizabeth (Folkens) Moore.  His siblings were Fronia, George Washington Jr., William Martin, Covey Jefferson, Herman Hamilton, Mary Elizabeth, Reuben Fielding (Ruby), and Everett Wilson Moore.

Novia Lee Moore was the first soldier from Chariton killed in the World War.  He enlisted Sept. 20, 1917, from Keytesville, Mo., and was sent to Camp Funston, Kansas, where he was assigned to the infantry and sailed for overseas, from Newport News, Va., April 2, 1918.  He was in his fourth battle when he was killed.  He was killed at Chateau Thierry, France, July 15, 1918, while serving with Company I, 3rd regiment.  Novia was farming before he went to war.

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