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Transcription - Front
Transcription - Back
File No. Last Name Army Serial No. First name and Initials Cablegram No.
107829 BUTH 1680238 John J. 508 SP 31

Cause of Death Date of Death
Private Company I, 307th Infantry Killed in Action 9/9/1918

Date of Burial Place of Burial—Unconfirmed Cemetery

File No. D
Place of Burial—Confirmed Cemetery
8656 Grave # 4, 34 NW, Isolated Grave, Cmme of Merval, Aisne
E207.25 N292.3  

File No. D
Disinterred and Reburied: Date  5/3/1919 Cemetery 617 
20095 In:  Grave 15, Section C, Plot 1, American B/A Cemetery, Fismes, Marne

Emergency Address Charles Buth, (father), RFD #3, Akron, N.Y. Notified Emergency Address
Form 107: 4/30/1920

R.B. Sketch No.
Photograph No.

Grave Marker Name Peg
Head Board
Ident. Tag Buried with body
On grave marker

Remarks: 4-29-19; 2-12-21, 4/29/1919, 11/26/1920  

Removal Project Information
Body disinterred 3/10/1921 for preparation and shipment.
Arrived at  Antwerp on 4/18/1921
Shipped to Hoboken, New Jersey on 4/26/1921 aboard the Wheaton
Arrived at Hoboken, New Jersey on 5/18/1921
Shipped on 6/7/1921 to L.A. Whited, Middleport, B.Y.
Received at Destination  on 6/8/1921 by Above

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