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Pvt James Earnest Formby
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Birth: Jan. 5, 1888
Waldo
Columbia County
Arkansas, USA
Death: May 11, 1946
Garland County
Arkansas, USA

James Formby is the son of Abijah Fountain Formby and Mary Jane CLOUD Formby. James registered for the World War I Darft on 5 Jun 1917 at the age of 28, and for the World War II Draft in 1942 at the age of 53. James served in World War I as a Private in the 162 Depot Brigade for Arkansas.

On the headstone application for James E. Formby his name was correctly spelled as James E. Formby. Then for some unknown reason the spelling was changed to James E. Fornby.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Abijah Fountain Formby (1865 - 1944)
  Mary Jane Cloud Formby (1866 - 1942)
 
 Siblings:
  James Earnest Formby (1888 - 1946)
  George Washington Formby (1891 - 1965)*
  Clark Formby (1892 - 1973)*
  Dudley Belle Formby Mullins (1897 - 1974)*
  Joshua Formby (1900 - 1939)*
  Floyd Formby (1905 - 1971)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
ARKANSAS
PVT 162 DEP BRIG
WORLD WAR I
 
Burial:
Shiloh Cemetery
Lamartine
Columbia County
Arkansas, USA
 
Maintained by: Nancy Jane Faulk White ...
Originally Created by: Sharren Formby
Record added: Dec 16, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 82033739
Pvt James Earnest Formby
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- Nancy Jane Faulk White Adams
 Added: Dec. 6, 2015
With gratitude for your service to our country and the freedom you defended...
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 Added: Jan. 31, 2015
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