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Georgia Lee Johnson Andruss
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Birth: Jan. 29, 1883
Johnson County
Texas, USA
Death: Dec. 29, 1954
Baylor County
Texas, USA

Services for Mrs. George W. Andruss, 71, were held at the First Baptist church. John E. Lewis, pastor will officiate with Rev. Rollo Davidson, pastor of First Methodist assisting.

Mrs. Andruss moved to Baylor County in 1918. She had been a patient of the hospital for two weeks.

The Veterans of Foreign Wars post at Seymour is named in honor of Mrs. Andruss' only son, Eldred J. Andruss, Baylor County's first World War II casualty.

Survived by her husband; one sister - Mrs. John A. Couch of Haskell; nieces and nephews.

In 1943, Mrs. Andruss was living at Galveston, Texas. Her sister, Mrs. John A. Couch had visited her sister there. Mrs. George W. Andruss, only son, a bombadier in the US Army air forces had been killed in action recently in Hmburg, Germany.
Family links: 
  James W Johnson (1840 - 1920)
  Susan Elizabeth Lancaster Johnson (1846 - 1907)
  George Wesley Andruss (1879 - 1967)
  Eldred J Andruss (1913 - 1943)*
  Eldred J. Andruss (1913 - 1943)*
  Zoodie Johnson Couch (1874 - 1964)*
  Georgia Lee Johnson Andruss (1883 - 1954)
*Calculated relationship
Masonic Cemetery
Baylor County
Texas, USA
Created by: Searchers of our Past
Record added: Sep 02, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96388111
Georgia Lee <i>Johnson</i> Andruss
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Georgia Lee <i>Johnson</i> Andruss
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Georgia Lee <i>Johnson</i> Andruss
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Gold Star Mother - World War II. Her son, Eldred J Andruss lost his life in the service of his country while serving as a Staff Sergeant with the 525 Bomb Squadron, 379 Bomb Group-Heavy, He was the first war casualty from Seymour.
- Paula J
 Added: Aug. 1, 2015

- Searchers of our Past
 Added: Feb. 28, 2015

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