WW I Veteran, Pvt. U.S. Army, Troop C, 4th U.S. Cav.
Enlisted 8/8/1918 at Pittsburgh; honorably discharged
on demobilization on 8/3/1920 at Fort Ringgold, TX.
"Forest C. White of Detroit, Mich., was killed by an automobile while crossing the street in front of his boarding house in Detroit. He was taken to the Receiving hospital where he died Thursday, July 5, 1934. Deceased was a son of John W. and Cora E. (Buzzard) White of Porter township. He was unmarried and was employed in Detroit. He was aged 36 years, 2 month and 22 days. Mr. White is survived by his parents, two brothers and three sisters, William White of Oak Ridge, Frank White of Porter township, Miss Faye White a nurse in the Philippine Islands, Mrs. Floyd Young of Cottage Hill and Mrs. Harold McNutt of Clarion. His body was shipped here and was taken to the home of his parents. Funeral services were held at the home Sunday, July 8, 1934, and were conducted by Rev. J.W. Fraser, D.D., pastor of the Presbyterian church. Interment was made in the New Bethlehem cemetery. He was a World War Veteran and was given a military funeral."
The Clarion Democrat, July 19, 1934, p. 2
There should also be an upright granite govt. mkr. w/ cross. The family stone may have an error in the engraving; I could find no evidence of "Foster" ever being a nickname.
Sponsored by Ancestry