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Kentucky Sick and Wounded Arriving at Camp Zachary Taylor, May 12, 1919

Lexington Man Arrives At Camp Zachary Taylor

LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 12.—Thirty-three wounded and sick overseas men arrived today at Camp Zachary Taylor:

Henry Elfrig, Raymond Lawler, Fred A. Smith, of Louisville;
Edward Asbury, Ashland;
Grant Lynch, Sehidan;
Woodson Wooten, Wooten;
William H. Canagh, Midland;
James Cheek, Maysville;
George Gordon, Lexington;
Lee M. Wise, Lebanon Junction;
Herbert B. Farmer, Gray’s Knob;
Emory S. Butler, Triplett;
James W. Gibbs, Mercer;
Dunlap Pervine, Clinton;
Leo J. Grosche, Paris;
George P. Holland, Hardin;
John Miller, Manchester;
Ingram D. Moore, Forktown;
Richard W. Martin, Reed;
Herbert Morrison, Fountain Run;
Floyd Baker, Beattyville;
Chester Gross, White Star;
Grover C. Neblett, Paducah;
Clyde Tool, Owenton;
Henry Smith, Yellow Mountain.

Lexington Herald, Lexington, KY 13 May 1919

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