|Birth: ||Jan. 6, 1895|
|Death: ||Sep. 5, 1958|
John William Palette was the son of William Palet and Sarah Ann Parshall. He fought under the US Army in World War I. He was involved in the following Battles/expeditions in France: Somme Def. and Off 3/21 to 4/6/18; Aisne Marneoff 7/18 to 8/6/18; Aisne Off. 9/18 to 9/29/18; Meuse Argonne Off. 10/1 to 11/11/18. He was exposed to mustard gas during this time, and later he struggled with the effects of this drug on his body until his death.
He married Marie Elizabeth Miller and had 5 sons and 2 daughters. They lived in Trumbull County for most of their lives and settled in Howland Township. He made his living as a steam-fitter and a welder.
Marie Elizabeth Miller Palette (1897 - 1984)*
Wilbert Floyd Palette (1929 - 2012)*
Crown Hill Burial Park
Plot: Lot 14, section 5, grave 8
Created by: Mary Hall
Record added: May 26, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5483190