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Dan Holley

Submitted by: Chris Mulholland

no photo 300Dan Holley served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The dates of service are: Known 1918-1919.

 

Dan Holley was born in 1893 and lived near the North Carolina border when he joined the Army late in the war.

He was a Private with Company E, 543rd Engineer Service Battalion (Colored) in December 1918 when he was diagnosed with tuberculosis and he died less than two months later, on February 9th, 1919, in the Embarkation Hospital at Camp Stuart, in Newport News.

 

He is buried in a family cemetery in Moyock, North Carolina

  

58e2ad1839f21 Holley 1919 death certificate

 

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