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Theodore Hoes
Private, United States Army
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Private, U.S. Army, World War I. Service No.: 2,229,793.

Born: 12 December 1895 at Taylor, Texas. Died: 10 August 1918 at Vesle River, near St. Thefaril, France. Age at time of  loss: 22 years, 7 months 29 days.

Entered Service: 19 September 1917 at Cameron, Texas. Overseas Duty: 10 May 1918 to 10 August 1918. Ship/Unit: Company G, 47th Infantry Regiment, 4th Division. Awards: None. Casualty Type: Hostile, killed-in-action. Cause of Death: hand grenade explosion. Casualty Location: Vesle River, near St. Thefaril, France.

Burial: About 10 August 1918, American Plot (Cemetery #19), Forsberg, France (Plot Row A, Grave 26). Disinterred: 19 May 1919. Re-Burial: 19 May 1919, American Cemetery, Fismes, Marne, France, (Plot 5, Section G, Grave 47).  Disinterred 21 March 1921. Re-Burial: 12 April 1921, American Cemetery, Fismes, Marne, France, (Plot 5, Section G, Grave 47). Disinterred: 20 January 1922. Re-Burial: 27 April 1922, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia (Grave 4410).


HOES, THEODORE
PVT G 47TH INF 4TH DIV
DATE OF DEATH: 08/10/1918
BURIED AT:   SITE 4410
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

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