- James Alonzo Padgett [1843-1915]
- Jane R. (Mossburg) Padgett [1851-1908]
U.S. Army - Corp WWI
Inducted 9/28/17 PVT;
PVT 1c 4/7/18;
CORP 8/10/18, 2 Tng Bn 154 Dep Brig;
MG Co 313 Inf 10/3/17;
Co F 328 Inf 10/16/17;
Patient at Hosp 9/14/18;
Co F 328 Inf 10/31/18;
552 Hoboken Casual Co 5/23/19;
Co B Demob Gp Camp Meade Md. 5/26/19;
Overseas 5/1/18 to 5/20/19, Lucey Sector; Marbache Sector; St Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne;
Honorable Discharge 5/28/19
New Montgomery Traffic Officer
Frederick News-Post - June 28, 1930
Sheriff Joseph B. Pyles, of Montgomery county, has appointed Dunbar D. Padgett, of Dickerson, a special deputy sheriff to serve principally as a traffic officer at the intersection at Beallsville of the Rockville-Buckeystown and Barnesville-Poolesville roads pending the construction of the bridge over the Monocacy River near Frederick Junction. During the coming months of construction, a large volume of traffic will be diverted through Beallsville, making the services of a traffic officer necessary. Padgett subscribed to the oath of office before the clerk of the Circuit Court at Rockville Wednesday.
The News (Frederick, MD) July 2, 1943
The funeral of Dunbar D. Padgett, 48, for the past 10 years desk clerk at the Montgomery County Police Substation at Bethesda, who died unexpectedly at Washington Sanitarium, Takoma Park, Wednesday, will take place today. Burial in Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville.
Mr. Padgett is survived by a sister, Mrs. Betty Grubb, Poolesville, and a brother, Frank Padgett, Frederick. He was born near Dickerson, Montgomery county, and was a life-long resident of that and the Bethesda neighborhoods.
NOTE: His birth date on his WWI registration said October 25, 1895. On his WWII registration, it said September 25, 1895. His military discharge said October 25, 1895.
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