|Birth: ||Sep. 7, 1892|
|Death: ||Jun. 2, 1961|
North Carolina, USA
My Great Grandfather, George Leedy Served in WWI with the 306th, 81st Division Field Signal Battalion Company C as a Lineman. They were known as the "Stonewall" Division and later as the "Wildcats".
George was an electrician for the Clinchfield Coal Company in Virginia and Inland Steel in Kentucky.
George Leedy Served in WWI with the 306th, 81st Division Field Signal Battalion Company C as a Lineman. They were known as the "Stonewall" Division and later as the "Wildcats".
Leedy. George - Private l/Class Enlisted September 25,
l9l7 - Kingsport Tenn.
Corporal Leedy, better known among his friends as "Boss", hails from Kingsport,Tennessee. His military life Began at Camp Gordon September l9l7, later transferred to the Battalion at Camp Jackson. Being a lineman, he was given a helper whom he named "Gang", who in turn christened him "Boss". When on the fronts or behind the lines, "Boss" did his share; when lines went bad, "Boss" called the "Gang" and found the trouble. "Boss" was a good soldier, but not sailor; on the "good ship Mandingo" seasickness attacked him, causing
him to cast up everything except his shoes, which were
Taken from the book "World War history of the 306th Field Signal Battalion" Page 256
Harvey Elsworth Leedy (1853 - 1934)
Pearl Kiser Leedy (1901 - 1977)*
Ruby D. Leedy Whitaker (1922 - 1994)*
Oma Lee Leedy Whitaker (1927 - 2006)*
Jim Leedy (1929 - 1963)*
Barbara E Russell (1931 - 1998)*
Billie Rose Leedy Flowers (1933 - 2015)*
George Edward Leedy (1939 - 2004)*
Russell Memorial Cemetery
Maintained by: Angela Whitaker-Becker
Originally Created by: Sheila Compton Ramsey
Record added: Sep 25, 2008
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