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Birth: Apr. 3, 1889
Barry County
Missouri, USA
Death: Jun. 9, 1971
Ottawa County
Oklahoma, USA

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

Name:Jim Hilliard
Birth Date:3 Apr 1889
Race:Caucasian (White)
FHL Roll Number:1851773
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16th Co.162nd Depot Brig WWI

Family links: 
  Jacob Theodore Hilliard (1845 - 1926)
  Elizabeth Lee Burns Hilliard (1865 - 1896)
  Freda Landers Hilliard (1910 - 1981)*
  James Lee Hilliard (1934 - 2003)*
  Curtis R. Hilliard (1942 - 1966)*
  Robert E. Hilliard (1875 - 1953)**
  Anna Virginia Hilliard Wood (1885 - 1975)*
  Charles David Hilliard (1886 - 1887)*
  Nora Lee Hilliard Guffey (1888 - 1954)*
  Jim Cornelius Hilliard (1889 - 1971)
  Ella Jane Hilliard Prettyman (1890 - 1927)*
  Lillie Blanch Hilliard (1891 - ____)*
  Clarence E. Hilliard (1894 - 1982)*
  Maggie Hilliard Black (1896 - 1978)*
*Calculated relationship
Council House Cemetery
Ottawa County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: N-45
Created by: Misty & Company
Record added: Oct 24, 2010
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- Jessica Hatfield
 Added: Feb. 1, 2015
World War I Victory Medal as earned by Private Jim Cornelius Hilliard. Rest in peace. / Known until 1947 simply as the "Victory Medal", the World War I Victory Medal was awarded to any member of the U.S. military who had served in the armed forces between...(Read more)
- Grateful Patriot
 Added: Sep. 28, 2014
Thank you, Sir, for your service in the First World War, with the 162nd Depot Brigade. / During World War I, Depot Brigades were Divisional elements that filled two purposes: one was to train replacements for the A.E.F. (American Expeditionary Forces); ...(Read more)
- Wes T.
 Added: Mar. 8, 2014
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