FUNERAL OF G. W. GOLLEY.
Deceased Was a Veteran of the World War and Died Overseas
The funeral services of George W. Golley, an overseas veteran, who died of pneumonia on October 17, 1918, and whose body arrived from France yesterday, will be conducted with full military honors from Chandler's undertaking parlor, this afternoon. Rev. George White Dawson, pastor of Asbury M. E. Church, will have charge of the services, after which the flag-draped casket, escorted by a company of ex-service men and a detail of police, will be borne on a caisson to Riverview cemetery for interment.
Mr. Golley, who served in Company D, 345th Infantry, is survived by a brother, James Golley, of 200 East Seventh street. Prior to entering the Army he resided at 517 Shipley street.
(Every-Evening, Wilmington, DE, 15 Jan 1921 (Saturday), Page 3)
DOES NOT HAVE A GRAVE MARKER
World War I veteran - PVT, 345th Infantry Regiment, Co. D
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