|Birth: ||Sep. 4, 1895|
|Death: ||Mar. 29, 1919, France|
Corporal, Company B, 349th Infantry, 307th Ammunition Train, 82nd Divsion. Son of Samuel and Kittie Adams; born near Yates City. Entered service September 5, 1917; to Camp Dodge; transferred to Camp Gordon in Atlanta, GA, April 5, 1918; to Camp Mills, May 20, 1918; sailed for France June 2; at the front about 45 days; taken sick with tubercular peritonitis and went to hospital December 11, 1918; he never regained his strength and finally gave his life for his country. Originally buried in Savenay, France.
Worked as a farm hand for William Beaumeister of Knox County before the war.
Samuel Winfield Adams (1868 - 1921)
Kittie Wilson Adams (1873 - 1938)
Forrest Glenn Adams (1893 - 1939)*
Alvin James Adams (1895 - 1919)
Yates City Cemetery
Created by: PrairiePhoenix
Record added: Nov 28, 2010
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