Berrien County

Veterans Of WW I

Contact - berrienmigenweb, - Berrien County GenWeb Coordinator,
with any WW I information/Photo's, ect., that you would like added to this page.

 

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Berrien County, Courthouse St. Joseph, built in 1895.
This photo has a man dressed in a WW I uniform in front of the old Courthouse.
We believe these are WW I recruits.
Any Knowledge on the men in the photo's please contact us.
Submitted By Bonnie J. Fago

Close ups of the photos donated by Bonnie.

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World War I is also known as the First World War and the Great War
and took place primarily in Europe from 1914 to 1918.
The immediate cause of the war was the assassination, on 28 June 1914,
of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne & his wife
Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg. They were shot to death in Sarajevo.

 

WW I Veterans Buried in Berrien County Michigan

Name Birth Death Cemetery Service Information
Ewalt, Joseph E. 14 Jan 1897 18 July 1973 Rose Hill Cemetery Pvt. US Army

 

 

 

 

Roll Of Honor

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This page was last modified <19 February 2008>

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