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Hargraves, George M. (P1, C2 L12)

Private George M. Hargraves, 20, of Jefferson County, Kentucky, died of Pneumonia on 17 February 1917 while serving with Company G of the 1st Kentucky Infantry on active duty during Mexican Border Service at Fort Bliss, Texas. He enlisted 23 June 1916 and listed his
occupation as box maker. He was a native of Kansas City, Missouri but had moved to Louisville when he joined the Kentucky National Guard. It is believed that his mother was a native of Edmonton County, Kentucky and was living there when he was buried at the Good Spring Baptist Church Cemetery.

    Four Army Funeral Monday; 3 Guardsmen and 1 Regular

    Four Military funeral were held Monday from the parlors of the J. W. Peak undertaking company on Texas street.

    El Paso Herald, El Paso, Texas February 20, 1917

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    The body of Pvt. George Hargraves, aged 20 years, of company G, First Kentucky infantry, was shipped Monday afternoon to Mammoth Cave, Ky., for burial.
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