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Adair Countians who died during World War II

All deaths of active duty military personnel which occurred on or after May 27, 1941 (the day President Roosevelt declared that "an unlimited national emergency confronts this country") through early 1946 are considered war related, regardless of where or how death occurred. The latter date was extended a number of years for those stationed in Occupied Japan and Occupied Germany.


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Sadly, the names of seven Adair Countians who died during World War II do not appear on the Adair County memorial marker at the entrance of the fairgrounds. They are:
  1. Tec 4 James Arthur Bailey
  2. Sgt Haskell M. Garrett
  3. Pfc Delbert Wayne Harvey
  4. Cpl William Kirtley Hurt
  5. EM1c John Samuel Keen
  6. Sgt Owen W. Robinson
  7. 2 Lt Joseph William Shaw

Acree, Frank Ross, Sgt Son of Fred and Jennie Ross Acree; native of Glens Fork. Inducted from Ann Arbor, Washtenaw Co., MI. Killed in action on December 27, 1942, in New Guinea. Remains repatriated 1949; burial in the Mill Springs National Cemetery, Nancy, KY. Sgt. Acree was the first Adair Countian killed in action.

Adamson, Kenneth, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Dave H. and Luella Cravens Adamson. Inducted June 1942 from Dayton, Sheridan Co., WY. Killed in action on October 17, 1944 on Peleliu Island. Burial Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.

Allen, Earl, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Mrs. Bessie Dry Allen. Inducted November, 1942. Died May 7, 1944, of non-battle causes; burial Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Austin, Garnett Charles, S1c (Seaman 1st Class) Native of Adair Co; son of Mrs. Letha Rubarts Austin and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Rubarts. Induction date unknown. His grandparents received a telegram on May 30, 1943, stating he was missing in action. The April 3, 1946 edition of the Adair County News (Pellyton newsletter) stated "his ship was sunk by the Japs." One source gives May 23, 1943, as the date the ship was attacked. The Tablets of the Missing at Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, gives his death day as May 25, 1944; that almost assuredly was the date on which he was declared legally dead by the military (usually one year and one day after the service man or woman was reported missing in action.)

Badger, Dallas Lillard, Pfc (Memorial Monument erroneously inscribed "Badge, R. Dallas") Native of West Virginia; son of Cicero B. and Callie Price Badger. Inducted August 1941 from Knifley, Adair Co. Killed in action on December 7, 1944 in the Philippine Islands when shot by a sniper. Remains repatriated (date unknown to this researcher); burial in Caldwell Chapel Cemetery, Adair Co.

Bailey, James Arthur, Tec 4 Native of Adair Co.; son of James A. and Mary Burton Bailey and husband of Dorothy Thompson Bailey, all of Christine. Inducted June 1940, place unknown; he was a resident of Casey Co. at the time. Killed in action on July 11, 1944 in France. Remains repatriated June 1948; burial Redmon Cemetery, Adair Co. Tec 4 Bailey's name does not appear on the Adair County Memorial Marker.

Bennett, Kenneth R., Pfc Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.L. "Willie" Bennett; inducted from Fairplay, Adair Co., KY. Killed in action on May 4, 1945 in the Philippine Islands when shot by a sniper. Remains repatriated 1948 to Adair Co.; burial in cemetery variously known as the Norris, Loy, and Yates Cemetery, Adair Co.

Bottoms, Edward Clayton, Pfc Native of Adair Co. KY; son of Mrs. Ida Goodin Bottoms. Inducted October, 1942 in Louisville, Ky. Killed in action on December 25, 1944. Burial Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Henri-Chapelle, Belgium.

Bryant, Gilbert L., S/Sgt Native of Adair Co.; son of Mrs. Nancy Gertrude Cravens Bryant. Entered service from KY; inducted July, 1943, in Columbus, Ohio. Killed in action on January 9, 1945 in France. Burial Epinal American Cemetery, Epinal, France.

Burton, Harold Leonard, Pfc (Middle initial inscribed as "B." on Memorial Monument.) Son of Alec W. and Rosie Black Burton. Inducted July 1943 from Christine, Adair Co. KY. Killed in action on April 5, 1945 in Germany. Remains repatriated December, 1948; burial January 2, 1949 in Bearwallow Cemetery, Adair Co.

Campbell, David Edward, S1c (Seaman 1st Class) Native of Adair Co.; son of Mrs. Mae C. Epperson Campbell, of the Dirigo community. Inducted in the late summer or early fall (probably October), 1942. A letter from the Navy Department to his mother stated the vessel he was aboard "was torpedoed by the enemy near Noumea, New Caledonia, May 24, 1943." Another source states the attack occurred on May 23, 1943. The Tablets of the Missing at Honolulu Memorial, Honolulu, gives his death day as May 25, 1944; that most likely was the date on which he was declared legally dead by the military (usually one year and one day after the soldier or sailor was reported missing in action.)

Cape, Arlin N., Cpl Native of the Melson Ridge-Cundiff area of Adair County; son of Clarence and Nora Blakey Cape. Inducted from Adair Co. October 1940. Killed March 7, 1942 at Fort Custer, MI when struck by an automobile. Burial in John Melson Cemetery, Adair Co.

Cofer, Charlie W., Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Mrs. Mattie Hutchison Cofer of Cane Valley. Killed in action on February 17, 1945, in the invasion of Corregidor. Burial Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.

Cole, Newman Leon, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Felix and Ora Reece Cole, of Weed. Inducted May 1942. Died March 31, 1945, in the O'Reilly General Hospital, Springfield, MO, from battle injuries sustained on September 27, 1944 in Germany. Burial Moore Cemetery, Adair Co.

Conover, James William (Jim Will), Pvt Native of Adair County; son of Edward N. and Fannie B. Atchley Conover of the Gentry's Mill - Roy area. Inducted February or March, 1941. Killed in action on May 6, 1943 in North Africa. Remains repatriated March, 1949; burial in the Conover Family Cemetery.

Cook, William D., Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of George and Flora Harmon Cook. Enlisted August, 1942. Killed in action on January 12, 1945 at Minien, Luzon, Philippine Islands. Remains repatriated August, 1948; burial in the Redman (also called Grider) Cemetery, Adair Co.

Cooley, Joseph Elmo, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Ralph W. (Sr.) and Rachel Hovious Cooley. Enlisted March, 1948; stationed in Occupied Japan. On June 27th, 1949, he "was injured when the truck in which he was riding with a group of soldiers went over a cliff while en route to a rest camp in the mountains of Japan." He died on June 30th; remains repatriated; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Coomer, Raymond B., Sgt Native of Adair Co.; son of Mrs. Annie Norris Coomer. Died February 14, 1945 from wounds received December 29, 1944, burial in Belgium. Burial Epinal American Cemetery, Epinal, France.

Cundiff, William Richard, Pvt Native of Adair Co.; son of Finis and Lena Smith Cundiff, of Cane Valley, and husband of Christine Page Cundiff. Enlisted September, 1943. Died on October 1, 1944 in a hospital in southern France from injuries received in France on September 20, 1944 when shot by a German sniper. Remains repatriated May, 1948; burial Cane Valley Cemetery, Adair Co.

Edrington, Wilbur M. (Budge), Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Claude C. and Bertha Dillingham Edrington (Bybee). Enlisted September, 1942. Killed in action on April 16, 1945 on Luzon, Philippine Islands. Remains repatriated October, 1948; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Enyard, Bernard L. (Bunk), Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of John R. and --- Tucker Enyard. (His mother's first name given variously as Lissie, Linnie, Tiny and Fanny.) Enlisted from Adair Co. Ky., August, 1942. Killed in action October 27, 1944; burial Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines.

Farris, Marvin H., Pfc, Native of Adair Co.; son of J.P and Mollie Bennett Farris, formerly of Cane Valley. Inducted June 1943 from Fayette Co. KY. Killed in action in France on Thursday, August 10, 1944. Burial Brittany American Cemetery, St. James, France.

Floyd, James M., Sgt, Native of Adair Co.; son of James D. and Vona (or Vera) Bryant Floyd, of Garlin. Inducted June, 1941. Killed in action on August 13, 1944 in France; burial Brittany American Cemetery, St. James, France.

Franklin, Roy, Cpl Native of Adair County; son of Willie and Myrtie Burris Franklin. Enlisted April or August (both months given), 1945. Died in a vehicular accident on August 17, 1949 while serving in Occupied Germany. Remains repatriated; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Garrett, Haskell M., Sgt, Native of Adair Co.; son of Ulis and Rosa Sparks Garrett. Inducted October 1942 from McHenry Co. IL; killed in action on April 22, 1945 on Luzon, Philippine Islands. He was a member of Company C, 136th Infantry, 33rd Division. His death was mentioned in the May 30, 1945 Adair County News both in the Glensfork and the Picnic newsletters. Sgt. Garrett's remains were repatriated September 1948 and reinterred in the Walpole Center Cemetery, Walpole, WI, about eight miles north of Harvard, IL., where he and his parents had resided for several years.

Giles, Vincent R. (Vence), Pvt, Native of Adair Co.; son of Arthur O. and Lizzie Roberts Giles, of Knifley. Inducted June, 1942. Killed in action in North Africa on February 14, 1943; burial North Africa American Cemetery, Carthage, Tunisia.

Gilpin, Herbert, Pvt Native of Adair Co.; son of Austin and Clara Rowe Gilpin of Sparksville. Inducted September, 1941. Died February 17, 1942 in Hawaii from gunshot wounds accidentally inflicted at Schofield Barracks, near Honolulu. Remains repatriated October, 1947; burial Antioch Cemetery, Adair Co. Pvt. Gilpin was the first Adair County soldier to die after the formal declaration of hostilities on December 8, 1941. By chance or by design, his remains were the first repatriated to Adair Co.

Grant, Lemon Coby, Pvt, Marine Corps Native of Chance, Adair Co.; son of Charles and Elsie Spoon Grant. Inducted January, 1944 from Adair Co. Killed in action on Iwo Jima on February 22, 1945. Remains repatriated November 1948; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Grant, James Hindman, S/Sgt Native of Adair Co.; son of Ira E. and Mattie Bryant Grant. Inducted May,1942 in Louisville but apparently a resident of Marion Co. IN. Died from non-battle causes on October 30, 1945; burial Lorraine American Cemetery, St. Avold (Moselle), France.

Grider, Edward. Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Ernest and Ida Knight Grider of Garlin. Inducted January, 1944. Died February 11, 1945 from wounds received in battle in the Philippine Islands; one source states Luzon Island, another Barari (sic) Island. Remains repatriated June, 1948; burial Grider Family Cemetery, Adair Co.

Harmon, Edwin Morris, S/Sgt Native of Adair Co.; son of U.S. and Mary Smith Harmon of R.F.D. 1, Columbia. Inducted September, 1942. Killed in action on July 10, 1943 while serving as a waistgunner on a Flying Fortress in a raid over France (one source states over Paris, another states over Evreux.) Remains repatriated May, 1949; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Harmon, William T., Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Mont and Mary Shepherd Harmon. Killed in action in Italy on June 14, 1944; burial Florence American Cemetery, Florence, Italy.

Harper, Alfred, Pvt Native of Adair County; son of Bert and Montra Yarberry Harper of Columbia and husband of Elizabeth Montgomery Harper. Inducted February, 1944. Died November 25, 1944 from wounds received November 21 while fighting on the German front, near Cologne, Germany. Remains repatriated December, 1947; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Harvey, Delbert Wayne, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of George A. and Sarah Effie Campbell Harvey and husband of Allene/Aline Kessenger Harvey. Inducted December, 1943 from Jefferson Co., Ky. Killed in action on March 26, 1945 in Germany. Remains repatriated December 1948; burial Columbia City Cemetery. Pfc. Harvey's name does not appear on the Adair County Memorial Marker.

Hughes, Duard D., Pvt Native of Clinton Co.; son of Mrs. Eliza Mills Hughes of Columbia. Inducted October, 1943 from Columbia, KY. Died on February 14, 1945 in Germany from a heart attack. Remains repatriated in April, 1949; funeral at Columbia Nazarene Church; burial Akers Cemetery. (The Akers Cem. may be in Clinton Co.)

Humphress, Forest R., Pfc, Native of Adair Co.; son of James T. and Susan White Humphress and husband of Dorothy Gum Humphress. Inducted November, 1942. First declared missing in action and later declared killed in action. His name appears on the Tablets of the Missing at Luxembourg American Hospital, Luxembourg City. Luxembourg. His death date is given as March 15, 1945 but almost certainly, that was the date on which the military declared him legally dead. That generally was one year and one day after a service man was reported missing in action.

Hurt, William Kirtley, Cpl, Native of Breeding community; son of Sanford and Edna Hawkins Hurt, of Louisville, formerly of Breeding. Inducted Army Air Forces late 1942 or early 1943. Killed June 18, 1944 in an air mishap while on a routine training flight off the Florida coast. Remains never recovered. A memorial marker in the Columbia City Cemetery bears the inscription "Lost at sea." Cpl. Hurt's name does not appear on the Adair County Memorial Marker.

Jessie, William Paul, Sgt Native of Adair Co.; son of Virge and Lula Wilson Jessie, of Toria. Inducted April 1941 from Chicago, Cook Co., IL. Killed in action on August 6, 1944, in France. Remains repatriated January, 1949; burial Jessie Family Cemetery, Adair Co.

Johnson, Lee Bolin, Pvt Native of Adair Co.; son of Robert and Fanny Baliey Johnson, of near Columbia. and the Roy community. Inducted October, 1943. Killed in action on July 16, 1944 in France. Remains repatriated July, 1948; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Joines, William B., Pfc, Native of Adair County; son of Thomas R. and Martha Adams Joines of Knifley. Inducted from Adair Co. May 1943. Killed in action on August 11, 1944 in France. Remains repatriated (date unknown to this researcher); burial Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery, Casey County, Ky.

Judd, Emanuel, Pfc Native of Adair Co; son of Grover and Lela H. Judd and husband of Minnie Lou Baker Judd. Inducted August, 1943. Killed in action on February 24, 1945 (his 34th birthday) in Germany. Burial Netherlands American Cemetery, Margraten, Netherlands.

Keen, John Samuel, EM1c (Electrician's Mate 1st Class), Navy Former resident of Adair Co.; son of Travis Keen and step-son of Lyda Keen. Mrs. Lyda's Keen's obituary (Adair County News, May 19, 1943) stated "[h]er husband, Travis Keen, died in 1926, two years after the family moved to Columbia." Inducted from Kentucky, specific place and date unknown to this researcher. Killed in action on November 13, 1942 when the ship he was aboard, the USS Juneau, was torpedoed and sank in the vicinity of Guadalcanal. His name appears on the Tablets of the Missing at Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines. EM1c Keen's name does not appear on the Adair County Memorial Marker.

Kerns, Glen, Pfc, Native of Adair Co.; son of Hobert and Pearl Coffey Kerns of near Webbs Cross Roads. Inducted March, 1941. Killed on March 21, 1942 in a vehicle wreck near Columbia on the way home on a weekend pass from Fort Knox. Burial in the family cemetery, Miller Fields community.

Kerns, Willie Rufus, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Mont and Cora Adkins Kerns, of Ella. Inducted November, 1942. Killed in action in Germany on March 24, 1945. Remains repatriated November, 1948; burial in New Hope Cemetery, Adair Co.

Lawless, Curtis Taylor, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Osbern and Bertha McKinley Lawless. Inducted September, 1942. Killed in action September 28, 1944 on Peleliu Island "while fighting the Japs." Remains repatriated October, 1948; burial Mill Springs National Cemetery, Nancy, KY.

McClister, Oliver Eldridge, Tec 4 Native of Adair Co.; son of F. Onan and Susie Blair McClister. Inducted from Fairplay, Ky, February, 1942. "[A]ccidentally killed on the 13th [of March, 1945] while in the line of duty" in Aachen, Germany. Remains repatriated November, 1947; burial McClister Cemetery.

Nordine, Marion Paul, Pfc Native of Iowa; son of Adolph and Mabel Nordine of Madrid, Iowa, and husband of Frances Maupin Nordine of Columbia. He had moved to Adair Co. in the fall of 1941 to work on the Wolf Creek Dam project. Inducted May, 1943 from Adair Co. Killed in action at Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. Remains repatriated, but not to Adair County; probable place of burial New Hope Cemetery, Madrid, Boone County, Iowa.

Perkins, Russell, T/Sgt Native of Adair Co. Son of Porter and Pansy Parker Perkins of Knifley. Inducted September, 1940. There is onflicting information in newspaper and other records: the Adair County News stated he was killed in action "last week" (mid-August. 1944); military records indicate he died from non-battle injuries; and the death date on his grave marker is June 6, 1944. (In an email dated March, 2006, Mr. Richard Hovious stated that "Russell was killed carrying ammo for a field artillery unit.") Remains repatriated March 1949; burial National Cemetery, Lebanon, KY.

Pollard, Lester L., Pvt, Native of Adair Co.; son of Mont L. and Emma Garmon Pollard, of near Columbia. Inducted October, 1943. Killed in action on July 27, 1944 at Normandy, France. Remains repatriated June, 1949; burial Columbia City cemetery.

Redmon, Otis Elmer, Pfc, Native of Adair Co.; son of Otha and Fetina Kimbler Redmon. Inducted March, 1941. Died June (10th, 17th and 19th variously given), 1945 of injuries received some days earlier in battle near Manila, Philippine Islands. Remains repatriated February, 1949; burial Redmon Family Cemetery, Adair Co.

Reliford, Charles William, Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of C. Hayes and Lena Keltner Reliford of Sparksville and husband of Dorothy Keltner Reliford of Wapello, Iowa. Inducted October, 1942. Died from spinal meningitis October 10, 1945 in an army hospital in France. First buried at the American Military Cemetery, Champigneul, France. Remains repatriated November, 1948; burial in the Antioch Church Cemetery, Adair Co.

Roberts, Owen F., Pvt . Native of Taylor Co.; mother Laura Mings Roberts. Inducted from Adair County, December, 1942. Killed in action January 8, 1945; burial Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Henri-Chapelle, Belgium.

Robinson, Ivan Haskell, T/Sgt. (middle initial inscribed S. on Memorial Monument) Native of Casey Creek, Adair Co., the son of Rosa Eastridge Robinson. Inducted January, 1944. Killed in action April 15, 1945; burial Lorraine American Cemetery, St. Avold, France.

Robinson, Owen W., Sgt Native of Adair County; son of Pearl Robinson. (One article states he was the grandson of Charlie Robinson of Christine and that he "was left an orphan in infancy and was reared by Mr. and Mrs. Huse Cannon of Crofton.") Inducted December 1940 from Todd Co. KY. Died of wounds on May 30, 1945 from wounds inflicted by a German sniper on April 25, 1944. Remains repatriated November 1949; burial Bearwallow Cemetery, Adair Co. Sgt. Robinson's name does not appear on the Adair County Memorial Marker.

Rogers, Aery Clifford, Pfc (name inscribed Avery on Memorial Marker) Native of Adair Co.; son of Simon and Macedonia Parnell Rogers, formerly of Kemp, and husband of Maxine Phelps Rogers of Ohio. Died on July 27, 1944 in France from battle wounds received July 10. Remains repatriated October, 1948; burial National Cemetery, Lebanon, KY.

Rubarts, Elmer Ray II, Cpl Native of Adair Co.; son of Elmer Ray Rubarts of Columbia and Bonnie Neal Rubarts White of Knifley. Inducted July, 1940. Killed in action on July 4, 1944 "on the battlefields of France." Remains repatriated July, 1948; burial in the Tabernacle Church Cemetery, Adair Co.

Shaw, Joseph William, 2 Lt, Native of Adair Co.; son of Mrs. Lela (or Lila) Burk Shaw. Died on May 16 or 17 (records vary), 1944 at March Field, CA. from non-battle causes "while in the service of his country." Place of burial unknown to this researcher. Lt. Shaw's name does not appear on the Adair County Memorial Marker.

Shipp, Gene Kenneth, 1 Lt Native of Adair Co.; son of William H. and Callie E. Barber Shipp, husband of Carrie Walker Shipp, and great-grandson of Colonel Frank Lane Wolford. Inducted July 1942 into the Air Force Reserves. Killed in an aerial mishap on January 21, 1945 while serving as lead navigator on a B-17 Flying Fortress on a bombing mission near Stuttgart, Germany. Remains repatriated November, 1948; burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Shirley, Archie W., Cpl Native of Adair Co.; son of Harry O. and Ada Skaggs Shirley, of Milltown. Inducted March, 1942. Killed in action in France on December 4, 1944. Remains repatriated September, 1948; burial National Cemetery, Lebanon, KY.

Sparks, Carl Clyde, Sgt, Native of Adair Co.; son of L.W. (Lee) and Laura Fudge Sparks. Inducted July, 1942. Reported missing in action on February 21, 1945 in Germany; he was never heard from again. A memorial marker in the Fudge Cemetery, Adair Co., gives his death date as February 22, 1945. The Tablets of the Missing at Luxembourg American cemetery, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, gives the death date as February 22, 1946; that almost certainly is the date on which he was declared legally dead by the military.

Stone, Clyde H., Pfc, Native of Cane Valley, Adair Co.; son of James W. "Jim Will" and Ethel Nell Karnes/Carnes Stone. Inducted March, 1941. Killed in a vehicle wreck on August 4, 1943 near Brownsville TN. He had been home on furlough and was returning to Camp Livingston, LA. Burial Cane Valley Cemetery, Adair Co.

Taylor, Owen Russell, S1c (Seaman 1st Class), Native of Casey County; son of William and Minnie Taylor. Inducted into the Navy from Adair County. Served overseas two and a half years; died November 8, 1945, in a Naval hospital, stateside, while still on active duty.

Thompson, Tyler L., Pvt, Native of Adair Co.; son of William and Mary Willan Thompson of Adair Co. Residing in Louisville when inducted in January 1944. Killed in action on November 22, 1944 in France. Remains repatriated February 1949; burial in the Columbia City Cemetery.

Thrasher, William, Pfc Native of Taylor Co.; son of Delessie Sallee Thrasher. Inducted from Adair Co. October 1941. Killed in action June 28, 1944. Remains reinterred February, 1949 in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Honolulu, Ohua, Hawaii.

Todd, James H., Cpl CPL James Henry Todd. Native of Talyor Co.; son of Rollin and Mary Sublett Todd. Inducted October, 1940 from Cane Valley. Killed on July 17, 1941 in a vehicular accident near Fordsville, KY while on division maneuvers. Burial Cane Valley Cemetery, Adair Co. Cpl. Todd was the first soldier inducted from Adair County to die after President Roosevelt declaration of unlimited national emergency in May, 1941.

Troutman, Robert A., Pfc Native of Adair Co.; son of Fred and Effie Turpin Troutman. Inducted from Adair Co. March, 1943. Died on September 13, 1944 from injuries sustained that day in a Jeep wreck fifteen miles of Camp Livingston, LA, where he was stationed. Burial Columbia City Cemetery.

Willis, Ray G., Tec 5 Native of Adair Co.; son of Wesley and Fannie Bryant Willis, both deceased, of the Absher community. Inducted late October or early November, 1939, at Ft. Sheridan, IL. Killed in action on March 12, 1945 in France. Remains repatriated December 1948; burial Absher Cemetery, Adair Co.

Wheat, Doyle, Pfc Native of Glensfork, Adair Co.; son of Lafayette and Zettie Morgan Wheat. Inducted from Adair Co. September 1943. Killed in action on September 24, 1944 in Italy. Remains repatriated November 1948; burial Columbia City Cemetery.



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