|Birth: ||Nov. 14, 1886|
|Death: ||Jan. 26, 1959|
Served overseas in France,Envezine( Euvezin) Sector, September 19 to November 11, 1918 with the 4th Army Corps, 89th Division, 164 th Brigade, Private, Btry C 342 Field artillery. The Brigade remained in this sector shelling German positions near Dampvitoux until the cessation of hostilities, November 11, 1918.
The Division participated in the St. Mihiel offensive salient August 6. After the salient was consolidated the division moved to Argonne-Meuse attack, crossing the Meuse river, north of Stenay, the night before the armistice was signed.
( Excerpt from Ozark County Times, Jan 30,1919).
The division was placed under the 7th Corps of the 3rd Army and on November 24 began its march into Germany as part of the Army of Occupation. The unit was billeted in the town of Niederweis.
On May 19, 1919 the division sailed for the U.S.A. from Brest and debarked at New York.
( Order of Battle Records U.S. Army History )
Discharged at Camp Funston,Kansas 10th of June,1919. Entered civilian life after twenty months of military service. Entitled to wear two Gold Chervons.
Information from , History of the 89th Division, U.S.A. by George H English, Jr., Published by The War Society of the 89th Division 1920.
Reason Isom (1847 - 1918)
Martha Elizabeth Blackburn Isom (1851 - 1925)
Cora Bell Robbins Isom (1883 - 1964)*
Harry Isom (1916 - 1975)*
James Richard Isom (1869 - 1943)*
Austin Isom (1886 - 1959)
Clear Springs Cemetery
Created by: Harry Isom
Record added: Jan 01, 2011
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