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Beatrice Virginia Schooley Davidson
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Birth: Dec. 30, 1916
Benton County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Aug. 31, 1978
Greene County
Missouri, USA

Daughter of John Lewis and "Hettie Belle" (Faulkner) Schooley, of Garfield, Benton Co., AR.

Lt. Beatrice Davidson, ANC, is one of our latest arrivals in the ETO. She landed in England about Dec. 11 and has already been transferred once-she will not reveal where. She writes that she has been living in an ancient three-story manorhouse with a whole delegation of American nurses, ten to a room. The only mode of heating personnel or water is the huge fireplaces, which are seldom unattended, the climate being what it is. The lieutenant has certainly arrived places with speed and dexterity. She enlisted about September 10, left two days later for Camp Carson, Colo., to take her Army training, was forthwith stationed at Fitzsimmons General hospital and then whisked to the coast for her ocean voyage. Her husband, Cpl. Bill Davidson of the U.S. Army, _____ bulletins and official ______ for the South Pacific area from his H.Q. in New Caledonia. (Springfield Leader & Press, Springfield, MO, Sunday Morning, Jan. 14, 1945, p. B3, Col. 7-8, "Our Daughters in the Service" Items.

Mrs. Beatrice V. Davidson, 61, of 1417 S. Kimbrough, died at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in St. john's Hospital of cancer. Mrs. Davidson was a registered nurse and an instructor at the School of Practical Nursing in Mount Vernon. A graduate of Drury College and the St. John's Nursing School, she was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church. She was a member of the Missouri State Teachers and Vocational Associations and the Springfield Education Association. She was a nurse in the Army during World War II. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Compton, 1216 S. Jefferson, and Ms. Willene Davidson, Jefferson City; her mother, Mrs. Belle Schooley, Garfield, Ark.; three brothers, Bruce Schooley, Zillah, Wash., Lewis Lee Schooley, Corpus Christi, Texas, and John Schooley, Garfield, Ark.; and a sister, Mrs. Rosemary Potts, Garfield, Ark. Memorial contributions may be made to the Greene County Cancer Society. Gorman-Scharpf-Abbott will announce arrangements. (Springfield Leader & Press, Springfield, MO, Friday, September 1, 1978)

1920 Benton Co., AR Census.
1940 Greene Co., MO Census, Nursing Student, St. John's school of nursing. 
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  William A Davidson (1909 - 1975)
Section 34 Site 1040

DEC 30 1916
AUG 31 1978
Springfield National Cemetery
Greene County
Missouri, USA
Plot: 34, 0, 1040
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Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Feb 25, 2000
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Beatrice Virginia <i>Schooley</i> Davidson
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