Pvt. Henry Lionel Schwehr, 21, the son of Henry Schwehr, was called Sept. 6, 1918. He transferred to 9th Engineers, replacement troops at Camp Forrest, Ga., where he contacted influenza, then pneumonia, and died Oct. 15, 1918. Schwehr is buried in St. Gertrude Catholic Cemetery at Grantfork, an Army soldier statue is beside his tombstone.
Pvt. Henry Lionel Schwehr, 21, the son of Henry Schwehr, was called Sept. 6, 1918. He transferred to 9th Engineers, replacement troops at Camp Forrest, Ga., where he contacted influenza, then pneumonia, and died Oct. 15, 1918. Schwehr is buried in St. Gertrude Catholic Cemetery at Grantfork, an Army soldier statue is beside his tombstone. Roland Harris For the News Leader
Pvt. Henry Lionel Schwehr, 21, the son of Henry Schwehr, was called Sept. 6, 1918. He transferred to 9th Engineers, replacement troops at Camp Forrest, Ga., where he contacted influenza, then pneumonia, and died Oct. 15, 1918. Schwehr is buried in St. Gertrude Catholic Cemetery at Grantfork, an Army soldier statue is beside his tombstone. Roland Harris For the News Leader

Several Highland soldiers were wounded during final battles of World War I

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