william fowles obituary

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william fowles obituary - SOLDIER'S BODY ARRIVES HERE The body of William...
SOLDIER'S BODY ARRIVES HERE The body of William Burt Fowles, :.first-class private, who died in action in the Argqnne, reached Ogden this morning- at\:45 o'clock, accompanied by Charles F. LX^vla oC Fort Bussell, yO. Private Fowles left Ogden In October. October. 1917, for Camp Lewis. Later was transferred to Camp Mills, N. where he was detailed for hospital work He was later transferred to the Fourtn division, Camp B, SSth He Sailed on the transport "Molde- vla" which was torpedoed. Private Fowles was among- the survivors of the ship. Upon his arrival in France he was sent to the front and died action on September SO, 191S. Private Fowles was born in Ogden. October 21, 1S92, and was the son ·\VHliam J. and Eliza Hardy Fowles. He had lived the greater part of life in Og-den. For a while he was. mechanic for the Utah Copper company- company- He was a member of the L.. S. church and of the Knights of Pythias. He is survived by his parents and the following brothers and sisters who all live at Wilson: Edith Clegg, Estella Fowles, Nephi. Grant, Lewis, Wallace, Nola, Velmer, Dolly. Hilda and Carl Fowles. Funeral services will be held at o'clock Monday at the Hooper ward meeting house, with Bishop James'R. Beus officiatinp. Full military honors honors will be accorded by the American Legion. The cortege , will leave the Lindquist»funeral chapel at 11:45 o'clock Monday for Hooper. Flowers left at the chapel until 11 o'clock be taken to Hooper. Interment will he in the Hooper cemetery.

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 28 Sep 1921, Wed,
  3. Page 12

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