Storey, Aubrey C. 1
- Born: 17 Jul 1894, Cameron, Milam, Texas, USA 1
- Died: 13 Sep 1918, , Bexar, Texas, USA at age 24 1
Private, U.S. Army, World War I Service No.: 3,513,819 Born: 17 Jul 1894 at Cameron, Texas Died: 13 Sep 1918 at Bexar Co., Texas Age at time of loss: Home of Record: Cameron, Texas Race: Caucasian Marital Status: Single Occupation: Farmer Attended: ___________________ (school) Religion: _____________________ Draft Registration: 4 Jun 1917 Age at time of draft registration: 23 Draft Registration Serial #2569, Order #2 Classification: 42-1-56-A Exemption claimed: yes, dependant Father & Mother Physical Description: Height-medium, Build-medium, Eyes-Blue, Hair-brown Entered Service: 22 Jul 1918 at Cameron, Texas Overseas Duty: None Ship/Unit: Co. 10, 30 or 39 (all three units found), 10th Battalion, 165th Depot Brigade Awards: None Casualty Type: Non-hostile, died of illness Cause of Death: Lobar Pneumonia Casualty Location: Base Hospital, Camp Travis, Texas Soundex Code: S-360 Census: Parents: John W. Story, Jr. and Josephine Ingram Story at Cameron, Texas Brothers: ___________________ Sisters: ____________________ Grandparents: John W. Story, Sr. (veteran, 35th Texas Cavalry, Confederate States Army) and Elizabeth Smith Story _______________ Ingram and _____________ Ingram Wife: None Children: None Death Certificate: No. 33119, Bexar Co., TX Burial: abt 19 Sep 1918, Marlow Community Cemetery, Cameron, Texas Arrangements: Military Escort: Private Halcomb J. Garrison, Co. 39, 10th Battalion, 165th Depot Brigade Milam County War Memorial:
Note: Found incorrectly as: Aubry Story, Aubrey A.S. Storey, Aubrey C. Storey
"Burial Permits" San Antonio Express, 18 Sep 1918, p. 12.
September 13: Aubry Story, age 25, Base Hospital, Camp Travis 1