Nine S. C. Heroes’ Bodies Arrive at Columbia Sunday

The bodies of nine South Carolina soldiers who died in service overseas will reach Columbia during Sunday morning and each with an escort will be sent to the family of the deceased doughboy. There are 22 bodies in the shipment of the soldiers arriving here.

The South Carolinians and their home addresses follow:

Private Drake Pulley, Co. D, 371 Inf., Cross Hill
Private Thos. R. McGregor, Co. C. 3rd Corps, A. P., Greenville
Wag. Abraham Dixon, Co. C. 60th Infantry, Greer
Corporal F. Olin Small, M. G. Co., 11th Inf., Heath Springs
Private Chas. Young. Co. C, 339th Labor Battalion, Hopkins
Sgt. J. Harvey Kizer, Co. G, 105 Am Train, St. George
Wag. M. Charley Bullman, Evac. Amb Co., 11′ Spartanburg
Private Walter Diser, Co. M, 118th Inf., Blaney.

August 15, 1921  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  
Columbia, South Carolina
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