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Limper, Henry H. A.
LIMPER, HENRY H. A. - Private
Son of Rev. H. and Anna Limper; born November 30, 1894,
Salina, Kan. Moved to Knox County, Indiana in 1912. Clerk.
Entered service in June, 1918, Junction City, Kan., where he
was working. Trained at Camp Funston, Kan., Camp Dodge,
Iowa, and Camp Upton, N.Y. Overseas in August, 1918;
assigned to 349th Infantry, 88th Division. Died of pneu-
monia October 3, 1918, Belfort, France. Buried at Belfort,
Gold Star Honor Roll, A Record of the Indiana Men and Women who died in the service of the United States and the Allied Nations in the World War 1914-1918, published by the Indiana Historical Commission, 1921