Montgomery, Robert, Pvt Deceased
 
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Last Rank
Private
Last Service Branch
Infantry
Last Unit
1918-1919, 4th Infantry Division
Service Years
1917 - 1920



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Home State
Missouri
Missouri
Year of Birth
1894
 
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Home Town
Not Specified
Last Address
RFD 1 Milan, Sullivan CO, MO

Date of Passing
Mar 12, 1920
 
Location of Interment
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ROBERT SHERMAN4 MONTGOMERY  (ROBERT3, ISAAC2, ISAAC1) was born 12 Jan 1894 in Near Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri1, died of broncho pneumonia 12 Mar 1920 in Fort Sheridan, Il. He was wounded in the right shoulder by a machine gun at the battle of Chateau Thiery, France. Died 12 March 1920; Father, Robert Montgomery, Milan, MO 

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1.  http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/soldiers/details.asp?id=A90285&conflict=World%20War%20I&txtName=montgomery%2C&selConflict=All&txtUnit=&rbBranch=all&offset=300, MONTGOMERY, ROBERT S. 2,214,612 W  Residence:             RFD 1 MILAN, SULLIVAN CO, MO    *Inducted at:  MILAN on  9/15/1917   Place of birth:  SULLIVAN CO, MO Age or date of birth:  23 2/3YRS   Organizations served in, with dates of assignments and transfers:    CO D 356 INFANTRY TO 26 FEB/18; CO L 4 INFANTRY TO DEATH   Grades, with date of appointment:    PVT   Engagements:     Wounds or other injuries received in action:  SEVERELY   Served overseas from   † 4/6/1918 To † 3/25/1919 from †  To †    Honorably discharged on demobilization        In view of occupation he was, on date of discharge, reported   per cent disabled.   Remarks:    DIED OF BRONCHO PNEUMONIA 12 MAR 1920; FATHER, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, MILAN, MO NOTIFIED   .

 

   
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There was a lot of interest in the life of Robert Sherman Montgomery from my family. I’ve gathered as much information as I could find on him to included some hometown newspaper clippings, a post card and an excerpt from the New Times article, circa September 1918, about the Battle of Chateau Thierry. I was very surprised, and proud to find that both Great Uncle Sherman and I served in the same combat unit, 4th ID, just ninety years apart. {SFC John Hernandez}


   
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 Unit Assignments
4th Infantry Division
  1918-1919, 4th Infantry Division
 Basic Combat Training
  1917, Camp Gordon (Basic Training), 21
 Combat and Operations History
  1914-1918 World War I
  1918-1918 Champagne-Marne Campaign/Battle of Chateau-Thierry
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