death date and location for Albert Woolery b. 25 Aug 1883

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possibly burried in MN or ND
in Genealogy Help by David Schaeffer G2G5 (5.2k points)
edited by David Schaeffer

Just a note.  It's best to include a location!  Country > Province/Region/State in your questions, if known.

Also, if the person has a WikiTree Profile, it helps  WikiTree ID so people can view any parents/spouses etc that helps locate the correct ancestor, without you having to add all those details to your question.  

I think this might be the related profile. http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Woolery-14

I added a possible location...thanks for the reminder.

Woolery-14 is the person in question.

2 Answers

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Well I looked for his death,only found speclation,I have only seen 1 other like this.

A man left to go to work one morning,never seen again,never found the body. Sad.

He took a train ,left to buy cattle perhaps someone knew he had money,followed

him and who knows what. My brother was in the Marine Corp,buried at Military

Cemetary in Kansas.Knowone knows how and why he got there.I found him there

after searching for him a long time.I know how you feel. Hope you can resolve this.

 

Regards Wayne R. Morgan 5487 Wiki Tree
by Wayne Morgan G2G6 Pilot (914k points)
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a search through ancestry dot com  [unable to copy/paste computer wonky today] has a draft notice for THIS Albert Woolery - World War One - and a possible (y is left off surname) death in combat in the Somme in France and burial in a cemetery there.    Possible that further info might be available if you can access FOLD3
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I had to do a -vote on this...He fathered eight children between 1909 and 1925.  He hardly had time to go to war.

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