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Paul A. Stehling

Submitted by: Barbara Reinke {Granddaughter}

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Paul A Stehling born around 1895. Paul Stehling served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The enlistment was in 1917 and the service was completed in 1918.

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Pvt Paul A Stehling was born and raised in Fredericksburg Texas. He was a second generation American but also spoke German.

He served in the Ordnance Section. Basic Training was at Camp Hancock Georgia before being deployed to France.

After the war he married Nelda Heep Stehling and they had three children. He built a home which still stands today.

He was an early member of the Central Texas Electric Coop. He was a hard working farmer and rancher until his death in 1980.

 

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