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World War I, Comanche County, Kansas

The Western Star, November 22, 1918 .

Arlo Moore

Word was received this week by relatives in Protection that Orlo Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Moore and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor of Protection, died in France about 40 days ago, Pneumonia was given as the cause of his death. John Moore, another son of Mr. and Mrs. Moore, is now in the Navy.

Obituary: Arlo MOORE
Surnames: Hale, Moore & Taylor.

March 20, 1919:
Memorial for ARLO MOORE
Died in service at 4:15 a.m. Oct. 10th, 1918 of pneumonia, base Hospital No. 101, St. Nazaire, France. He was from Protection, Ks.
Arlo Moore is not listed on the Soldiers Memorial or Heritage Park Memorial.

Charles W. Moore, father of Arlo Moore.

Laura Belle (Taylor) Moore, mother of Arlo Moore.

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