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Otis Boyett joined the Army in 1916. 167th (Alabama) Infantry Regiment Mobilization of the Alabama National Guard

Conflict Period:
World War I 1
Rank:
Private 1
Birth:
30 Mar 1898 1
Geneva County, Alabama 1
Death:
21 Apr 1975 1
Lake City, Columbia County, Florida 1
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Full Name:
Otis Jasper Boyett 1
Birth:
30 Mar 1898 1
Geneva County, Alabama 1
Death:
21 Apr 1975 1
Lake City, Columbia County, Florida 1
Physical Description:
Height: 6ft 2
Eye Color: Blue 2
Hair Color: Black 2
Complexion: Ruddy 2
Occupation: Farmer 2
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Marriage:
Pearl Smith Boyett, Born Dec 7, 1905, Geneva County, Alabama 2
27 Dec 1925 1
Geneva County, Alabama 1
Spouse Death Date: January 24, 2000 Macclenny, Baker, Florida 1
Father: Hiram Monroe Boyett, bornJuly 24, 1861, Luverne. Alabama, Died March 21, 1932, Chipley , Washington County, Florida 2
Mother: Edna Jane Hall, May 1860, Geneva County, Alabama, Died 1910, Geneva County, Alabama 2
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World War I 1

Rank:
Private 1
Service Start Date:
19 Oct 1916 1
Service End Date:
May13, 1919 1
Enlistment Location:
Geneva County, Alabama 2
Defensives :
Champagne-Marne 2
Battles, Engagements, Expeditions:
Offensives: Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel,and Meuse-Argonne Lorien , Schampaine 2
Battles, Engagements, Expeditions:
Offensives: Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel,and Meuse-Argonne Lorien , Schampaine 2
Defensive Sectors:
Luneville, Esperance-souain,Essey-Pannes, andBaccarat 2
Madals awarded:
Purple Heart 2
Wounds received in action:
schrapanal wound in the right hip Sept 18, 1918 while serving as Private, in Co I 167th Infantryin the attack at St. Mihiel offensive 2

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Discharge Papers WW1

Otis Boyett joined the The Alabama National Guard Oct 18,1916. Co L 1st Alabama Infantry. He was transfered to the 4th Alabama Infantry August 15, 1917 The 4th Alabama Infantry was nationalized and sent to the Mexican Border in Arizona.   He and his brother Columbus served on the Mexican border in Arizona. Columbus died March 17, 1917 in Nogalis, Arizona. When the U.S. Intered the war Otis sailed from the U.S. for France Nov. 6 1917. rank was private, Co I 167 U.S. Infantry, The Rainbow Division. BATTLES, ENGAGEMENTS, EXPEDITIONS Offensives : Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne. Defenses- Champagne-Marne Defensesive Sectors - Luneville, Esperance-Souain, Essey-Pannes and Baccarat. Wounded by schrapanel in the right hip. was also gassed. AWARDS RECEIVED - the Purple Heart. Returned to U.S. April 25,1919    

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