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Baldwin County's World War I Casualities
Eli Adams (killed in action)
Lieut. John Wilcox Anderson (killed in action)
Gus Austin (killed in action)
Robert A. Bass (killed in action)
William Beck (wounded in action)
Tom Boyer (wounded in action)
Eddie Brown (died of pneumonia)
Frank Pomeroy Brown
Julian Gilmore Cox (wounded in action)
Hansel Easley 
Sol F. Giles (killed in  action)
Paul Henry
Corp. William I. Holton (missing in action)
Thomas Howard Huff (died of wounds)
Furman F. Lee 
Lovick P. Lingo (wounded in action) 
James Franklin Little (died of wounds)
Sgt.William Singleton Morris- 1st soldier from Milledgeville to lose his life
Betta Simmons
Johnnie Robinson
Robert Lee Roberson  (died of pneumonia)
Rev. Fleming DuBignon Vaughan (died of pneumonia) 
Captain Morris Vinson 
Roberts White
Joseph Woodson Wood (died of pneumonia)

List of Baldwin County's Veterans 

World War 1 Memorial in Harrisburg Community

National Archives Records:
Sawtelle Disabled Veterans Home Case Files, Los Angeles, 1888-1933
World War I Dead Buried in American Battle Monument Commission Cemeteries,
       Missing in Action, or Buried or Lost at Sea
World War I Draft Registration Cards
World War I Records
World War I Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages
More World War I links from the Archives Library Information Center
Request Copies of Military Personnel Records

 U.S. Army Center of Military History
 World War I Honor Roll

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