|Birth: ||Mar. 29, 1890|
|Death: ||Mar. 29, 1916|
El Paso County
USMA Class of 1914. He was the son of Joseph W. Allison of Tennessee and Mary Amanda Porter. His father died on May 21, 1917 in Dallas, Texas and the cause was said to be grief over the death of his son.
Forty-Sixth Annual Reunion Of The Association Graduates Of The United States Military Academy At West Point, New York
June 12th, 1916
Joseph W. Allison
No. 5297. Class of 1914.
Died March 29, 1916, at Fort Bliss, Texas, aged 26.
Lieutenant Joseph W. Allison Jr., Thirteenth United States Cavalry, died at the base hospital at Fort Bliss, Texas, from pneumonia. He had been invalided from the advance base in Mexico at Casas Grandes and is the first commissioned officer to die from exposure in the expedition in Mexico. He was born in Tennessee March 26, 1890 and was graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point June 12, 1914. He was assigned to duty as a Second Lieutenant of Infantry and in July 1914 he was transferred to the Thirteenth Cavalry. He leaves a wife, who is now with her mother at Elizabeth, New Jersey. She was married to Lieutenant Allison in February 1915 and her maiden name was Mary Caroline de Raismes. The remains were buried in the cemetery at West Point, New York. Army and Navy Journal.
Jo W. Allison (1848 - 1917)
Amanda Porter Allison (1851 - 1922)
Mary Caroline deRaismes Ryan (1895 - 1993)*
Andrew Allison (1879 - 1916)*
Joseph Webster Allison (1890 - 1916)
United States Military Academy Post Cemetery
New York, USA
Plot: Section IV, Row B, Site 39.
Created by: SLGMSD
Record added: Nov 18, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 120521164