|Birth: ||Jan. 1, 1890|
|Death: ||Oct. 9, 1918, France|
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Hubert enlisted in the United States Army in Johnson City, Tennessee on 21 July 1918 with service number 3995627. He received his initial training with the 19th Company, 5th Training Battalion, 157th Depot Brigade at Camp Gordon, Chamblee, Georgia.
Hubert completed his stateside training on 26 August and was assigned to Company B, 5th Infantry Replacement Regiment and dispatched to Hoboken, New Jersey to finish being outfitted and out-processed for overseas service. He sailed for Brest, France on 15 September 1918 on United States Army Transport (USAT) USS Pocahontas. While completing his training there and awaiting his new unit assignment he was stricken by Spanish Influenza. Hubert died on 9 October from lobar pneumonia, he was 28 years old and was placed in an American Cemetery there.
Hubert was returned home aboard USAT USS Princess Matoika on 6 June 1920 from the port of Brest. He arrived Hoboken, New Jersey on 29 Jun 1920 and was processed for his final leg back home and to his family.
Hubert was 28 years old and the son of Elmer Cornealis Barron and Sarah E. Townsend.
Elmer Barron (1866 - 1952)
Sarah E Townsend Barron (1862 - 1892)
Daniel James Barron (1886 - 1953)*
Nettie E Barron Hale (1887 - 1968)*
Hubert Barron (1890 - 1918)
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Record added: Nov 05, 2010
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