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Newman, Otto Dec. 1918 - News No History 1918 Newspaper Account
Nichols, William No Letters or News Cemetery: Muncie Chapel
Deceased: NICHOLS, William
Birth: April 15, 1891
Age: 86 years, 6 mos. 12 days
Death: Sept. 27, 1977
Military Information: Pvt. US Army
Death Certificate Number:
Resource: Cemetery stone
History Added By: Betty Lamberson
Nickle, Frederick Elmer No Letters or News County Died: Barry Co., MO
Cemetery: Mount Pleasant
Deceased: NICKLE, Frederick Elmer
Birth: Jun. 12, 1886, Barry Co., MO
Age: 88 years
Death: Oct. 20, 1974, Barry Co., MO
Cause: Heart attack
Married: Grace Brown Nickle Hettel
Married When & Where: Mar. 27, 1953, Barry Co., MO
Father: Daniel Merritt Nickle
Mother: Martha Ellen Burchett
Military Information: Camp Dodge, Co., E, 350 Inf. Private
Resource: Military records
Research Note: Frederick Elmer Nickle was inducted on May 28, 1918. He trained with the 88 Infantry Division. He was assigned E Company, 350 Infantry Regiment, 88 Division. Elmer sailed for France on Aug 11, 1918 in H.M.S. Delta. He served in the Center Sector, Haute Alsace. Elmer arrived back in the States on May 30, 1919. His discharge papers describe him as a farmer having brown eyes, brown hair, ruddy complexion and 5 feet, 9 inches in height. He was honorably discharged at Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, KY on Jun. 7, 1919.
History Added By: Ira Calvin Nickle, Jr. - Deceased
Nickle, Ira Calvin No Letters or News County Died: Barry Co., MO
Cemetery: Mt. Pleasant
Deceased: NICKLE, Ira Calvin
Birth: Dec. 27, 1892, Purdy, Barry Co., MO
Age: 43 years, 8 mos. & 23 days
Death: Sep. 20, 1936, Butterfield, Barry Co., MO
Cause: Tuberculosis of lungs and spine
Married: Grace Brown
Married When & Where: Aug. 29, 1923, Barry Co., MO
Father: Daniel Merritt Nickle, born Randolph Co., IN
Mother: Martha Ellen Burchett, born Polk Co., MO
Military Information: Camp Dodge, Co. H, 350 Inf., Private
Death Certificate Number: 33569
Resource: Death Certificate, Military papers
Research Note: Served with H Company, 350th Inf. Regt. 88th Inf. Div. from Feb.14. 1918 to Dec. 19, 1918. Served in the Center Sector, Haute-Alsace, France. Ira became seriously ill. Ira was reassigned to Co. B, 318th, Inf. Regt. while in hospital. Ira was invalided home May 27, 1919. Ira was adjudged totally disabled on Sep. 24. 1921.
History Added By: Ira Calvin Nickle, Jr. - Deceased
Northcutt, Grady Dec. 1917 - News No History 1917 Newspaper Account

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