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Henry Turner Holland

Submitted by: Julia Saint submitting for his granddaughter, Pamela Ann Lyle

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Henry Turner Holland born around 1895. Henry Holland served in World War 1 with the the United States Army. The enlistment was in 1918 and the service was completed in 1919.

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Henry T. Holland was a Private in 8th Company 157th Depot Brigade. He did his basic training at Camp Gordon, Georgia. He served in France.

He was honorably discharged on February 11th, 1919.

He married after his return home following the war. He married Ethel P. Anderson of Eastanollee, GA, He had 4 children with his wife before his early death in 1952.

Turner was a farmer and he built furniture to support his family.

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