|Birth: ||Jan. 4, 1892|
|Death: ||Nov. 11, 1918|
C.E. Alexander died on Armistice Day during World War I.
There is a CENOTAPH for him in the Alexander Family Cemetery in Cherokee County, Georgia.
A photo of the cenotaph is seen on the right.
The inscription on the CENOTAPH reads:
His mother, Jane Hufstetler Alexander, wife of Calvin Morgan Alexander, died while giving birth to baby Calvin and was buried near Reinhardt College. Calvin E. Alexander was raised by his grandparents George W. & Evaline Frye here until 1916. George W. died 07 OCT 1914 and Evaline died 23 NOV 1915. Calvin then went to live with his father in Gordon County until 04 SEP 1917, when he enlisted in the US Army. He was mortally wounded on 10 NOV 1918 and died 11 NOV 1918, on Armistice Day in France, and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, Section 18, Grave 1350. He is recognized in his grandparents will as the 12th child.
Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: Section 18, Grave 1350
Created by: Evening Blues
Record added: Mar 06, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10566352