|Birth: ||May 4, 1889|
|Death: ||Jul. 28, 1939|
Northern Idaho News-- Tuesday, 3 December 1918
BONNER BOYS GIVE LIVES FOR LIBERTY-- Last Days of War Take Heavy Toll From This County.
FIVE MORE GOLD STARS-- Pneumonia Gets One and Battlefield Gets Four Others-- Two Reported Wounded and Will Recover-- Report of Shell Striking Gun Not Verified.
WILLIAM PIERCE, Hope, missing in action.
The parents of William Pierce reside on a farm two miles out of Hope. Pierce is not recorded as going to the war from this county and joined the colors at some other place.
My grandfather, William's older brother Samuel S. Pierce told me that, Uncle Bill, was found several days later in a field hospital, where he was recovering from the effects of a Mustard Gas attack. he suffered from respiratory problems until his death.
Northern Idaho News-- Friday 11 Aug 1939 Pg. 3
Funeral services for Bill Pierce were held graveside here Tuesday under the auspices of the V.F.W. of which he was a member. Mr. Pierce passed away suddenly at his home in Pierce, Idaho. He is survived by his mother, Mrs Reinoehl; a brother Sam of Hope, and a sister at Tacoma, Washington; and two children Leslie and Shirley Pierce.
Eliza Jane Copple Reinoehl (1859 - 1941)
Ethel Brown Prusch (1904 - 1995)
Leslie L. Pierce (1921 - 1969)*
Marcus Jay Pierce (1879 - 1880)*
Lemuel Frederick Pierce (1881 - 1918)*
James Edward Pierce (1883 - 1930)*
Samuel Sherman Pierce (1884 - 1967)*
John Wesley Pierce (1886 - 1922)*
William L Pierce (1889 - 1939)
Sylvia M. Pierce Donahue (1894 - 1974)*
Maintained by: Dave Hunt
Originally Created by: David Woody
Record added: Oct 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 78852619
Added: Jul. 17, 2016
May you rest in eternal peace.|
Added: Mar. 27, 2016