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Artist of the sketch above was World War I era political cartoonist John T. McCutcheon, Pulitzer Prize Winner, Chicago Tribune.


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Kaiser, Edgar L. Died of Disease News Corpl., Monett, died of disease in U. S. A. Newspaper Account of Causalities
- Aug. 21, 1919, Cassville Republican
Kemp, Ross News Dec. 1917 News of him at military camp 1918 Newspaper Account
Kendricks, Thomas L. Wounded News Sergt., Monett, wounded Newspaper Account of Causalities -
Aug. 21, 1919, Cassville Republican
Keith, Harvey B. Letter Nov. 1918 No History 1918 Newspaper Account
Keith, Loyd B. Letter Nov. 1918 No History 1918 Newspaper Account
Keithley, Fernando Guy News Item - Printed in 1956 Pvt. - History given in Obit that was reprinted in the Cassville Republican Barbara Erwin
Kelly, Benjamin Baker, Dr. June 1918 - News County Died: Barry Co., MO
Cemetery: Purdy Cemetery
Deceased: KELLY, Benjamin Baker
Birth: Sep. 18, 1869, in Wollona, Trigg Co., KY
Age: 74 years, 9 months and 25 days
Death: July 13, 1944
Purdy, Barry Co., MO
Cause: Uremia
Married: Dora Belle Hood
Married When & Where: Viola, Barry Co., MO
Father: Edward Kelly, KY
Mother: Amanda Sauls, Hood, KY
Military Information: Ft. Riley, KS, 10th Div., Captain
Death Certificate Number: #24017
Resource: Our Heritage in Story and Pictures, Purdy, Mo 1881-1981, page 163. Also Death Certificate and cemetery stone, photo in uniform.
Research Note: Dr. Benjamin Baker Kelly, pioneer physician of Barry Co., MO was born on land deeded to his forefathers as an American Revolutionary War Grant. His father, Edward Kelly, was a lawyer and long-time judge in Trigg County, KY.
1918 Newspaper Account
Darla Marbut
Kisler, Claud News Feb. 1919 No History 1919 Newspaper Account
Krehmeier, John Killed in action News Pvt., Monett, Killed in action Newspaper Account of
causalities - Aug. 21, 1919, Cassville Republican


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