11 Oct 1918 — Raleigh, Pickens County, Alabama
Herman Carver Bailey (1895 - 1918) of Raleigh, Pickens County, Alabama
Private in 323rd Infantry, 81st Division, Serial #3206981 died on October 11, 1918 in Base Hospital in France, during WWI.
HERMAN CARVER9 BAILEY (ROBERT BRADSHAW "BOB"8, LAWRENCE DECODY "LD"7, KENNEDY "KENNERDY/CANADA" WILLIAM (KW)6, WILLIAM FLEMING SR.5, JAMES4, JOHN II3, JOHN I2, STEPHEN1), the son of ROBERT BRADSHAW "BOB" BAILEY and SARAH JANE "SALLIE" CARVER, was born July 20, 1895 in Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama, and died October 11, 1918 in France, (WW1).
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Roll: 1509421
Herman C. Bailey Birth: July 20, 1895
Description: Blue eyes, Light hair, medium built Born in Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama
Employed at Beat 16, under R. B. Bailey as a farmer Registration Date: 5 Jun 1917
Died of disease, overseas, Casualty list, section 2, November 19, 1918
Grave 27, French Military City,
Raon-L'Etape, Vosges, Lorraine, France.
D. D. 11/11/18
Private Herman C Bailey's body was returned to the United States from Europe on October 28th, 1921 and delivered to his father, Robert Bradshaw Bailey, Route #2, Gordo, Alabama.
Father Robert who was entitled to reimbursement of funeral expenses under the provision of the Act of Congress approved October 6, 1917.
Certificate of Delivery dated Nov. 2, 1921.
Claim number (C-000 000)
from Graves Registration Service Officer
in Hoboken, N J.
Liberty Church Cemetery, Pickens County, Alabama
Tombstone Inscription: Private 323 Infantry USA Died in Base Hospital in France