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BROWN, WILLIAM Private
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Brown; born August 22, 1890,
Jackson Township, Clay County, Ind. Employe of U. S. Navy
Department, Washington, D. C. for six years. Prior to entering
service had been in the employ of U. S. Agricultural Department,
Portland, Ore., where he entered service June 28, 1918. Sent
to Camp Meade, Md.; assigned to 8th Company, 2nd Training
Battalion, 154th Depot Brigade. Died of influenza October 2,
1918, Camp Meade, Md. Buried in Lutheran Cemetery,
Centerpoint, Clay County, Ind.
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