A copy of a letter from the Commanding officers of the 18 Prov. Squadron Aviation Camp Waco, Texas, to the Adjutant General of the Army dated January 22, 1918.
The subject is the death Private Arthur N. Monney:
1.In compliance with par. 218, M.M.D., 1917, with death of Private Arther N. mooney, Company, "18 Sq", A.S.S.C. is reported herewith:-
Name: Arthur N. Mooney
Organization Company "18 Sq:, A.S.S.C.
Date of Death January 21, 1918
Time 11:30 A.M.
Place Base Hospital, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas.
Cause of Death Broncho Pneumonia, Ser-F. brinous Pleuritis
In line of duty Yes. Death not due to soldier's own misconduct
Location of Body P.M. Compton, Undertaker, Waco, Tex.
Notification Mrs. Emma C. Mooney, (mother) San Martin, Calif.
Its bears the typed signature of S.W. French, Major, Medical Corps, USA, Lt. Colonel Miller, and 1st, Lt. Arthur R. Frabold.
From the World War One service of 1st Lt. then Cpt. Eldon F. Fuller, U.S. Army Infantry, R.C.; assigned to 18th Recruitment Squadron, 2nd Provisional Training Regiment, Aviation Camp, Waco, TX; 24th Co., 6th Trn. Bn., 162nd Depot Bde., 87th Div., Camp Pike, AR; Provost Guard, Military Police Co., Camp Bowie, TX; Casual Camp 2, Personnel Demobilization Center, Camp Bowie, TX.
|Date||January 23, 1918|
|Year Range from||1918|
|Year Range to||1918|
Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas
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