Rex Edwin Good
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Rex Good
169th Aero Sqd. First Army Corps


Rex. E. Good

Rex Edwin Good, World War I, entered service December 10, 1917, at 26 years of age. He served in the 169th Aero Squadron in England and France. He participated in the St. Michelle offensive (Army Troops) September12-16, 1918, the Meuse-Argonne offensive (Army Troops) September 26 to November 11, 1918.
He received an Honorable Discharge May 21, 1919. His awards include three from France and the Bronze Victory Button.

by Mildred Good Taylor



Pvt. Rex E. Good, son of F. M. and Adelia E. Good, of Dallas. Entered the service November, 1917, and was assigned to the Aviation Department, as Cook. He was stationed at Love Field. Overseas in 1918. Discharged July 27, 1918.

History of Texas World War Heroes - Army & Navy History Co. Inc., Dallas, Texas, 1919 - pg 95 [same photo as above]



Rex Edwin. Services Tuesday 2 p.m., First Baptist Church in Carrollton, Dr.  Wayne Allen, officiating. Interment Restland.
I-35 at Crosby Road, Carrollton

The Dallas Morning News - January 22, 1983
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams


Mr. Rex E., Carrollton, passed away 1-22-83. Survived by wife; Katherine Thomas Good; son, F. M. Good, II, Carrollton; daughter, Mildred Good Taylor, Arlington; brothers, Leonard Good & Allen Good, Carrollton, Edgar Good, Dallas; sister, Mrs. R. L. (Lorena) Johnston, Greenville; grandchildren, Janet Good, Joan Almendarez & Robert Preston Taylor, Jr; great grandchild, Rachel Almandarez. Funeral Service 2 p.m. Tuesday First Baptist church on Erie St., Carrollton. Dr. Wayne Allen officiating. Interment Restland Memorial Park.

The Dallas Morning News - Monday, January 24, 1983, pg 19a
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams


KATHERINE T. - Oct 14, 1900 - NOV 4, 1994
REX E. - JUNE 12, 1890 - JAN. 22, 1983

Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas


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