My maiden is Duvall, and I'm working on my geneology, and I'm looking for information on Mareen Duvall descendents

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Esteemed Young Augustan and World War Veteran Died Sunday

Funeral services for Henry Mareen Duvall, 38, who died at the residence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mareen H.H. Duvall, 1118 Hickman Road early yesterday morning, will be held at the residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. John E. Hines, rector of St. Paul Episcopal Church, of which the deceased was a member, will officiate and interment will be in Magnolia Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Henry M. North, Jr., John T. Chesser, James B. Walker, John W. Walker, Jr., Hal R. Powell, Jr., and Dr. Thomas W. Goodwin.
Mr. Duvall was a native of Augusta and had lived here all his life except his period of service in the U.S. Army aero service. He was a veteran of the World War having enlisted in the 183rd Aero Squadron Augusta 22, 1917. He served through five major offensives of the allied armies, fighting at Chateau Thierry, Yserlys, St. Mihiel and the Meuse Argonne. He spent 13 months in France, Germany and Belgium as sergeant and staff sergeant, and was honorably discharged at Camp Gordon, August 18, 1918.
He later reenlisted in the flying squadron of the Army Fourth Corps area as staff sergeant and made many air trips from Maine to Florida and from New Jersey to California without a mishap.
Mr. Duvall attended the grammar schools in Augusta and later graduated from the Academy of Richmond County, His early interest in aviation was shown by the fact that in a contest sponsored by the old Georgia-Carolina fair he made a miniature airplane model that won first prize.
He was connected with the automobile business here at the time of his death, and was a young man whose friendly, affable disposition and inherent kindliness won and held to him a host of friends.
His only survivors are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mareen H.H. Duvall. His father is a prominent local real estate man and president of the Augusta Chamber of Commerce.

March 15, 1937
Sec. A., p. 5, col. 3, Mon.
Augusta Chronicle
Vol. CLIII No. 74


FUNERAL NOTICES

DUVALL-Died Augusta, Georgia, March 14, 1937, at 1:30 a.m. in the 39th year of his age, HENRY MAREEN DUVALL, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Mareen H.H. Duvall. Funeral services will be conducted at the residence, 1118 Hickman Road this (MONDAY) afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, Rev. John E. Hines officiating. Interment Magnolia Cemetery. Elliott Sons.

March 15, 1937
Sec. A. p. 4, col. 7, Mon.
Augusta Chronicle
Vol. CLIII No. 74

Mareen Duvall, Jr.
A community which holds them both in affectionate esteem is deeply touched at the great sorrow, the greatest possible, that has come to Mr. and Mrs. Mareen H.H. Duvall. Their only son, Mareen Jr., after an illness swift in its ravages, passed away early Sunday morning, a victim to the most awful scourge of the human race, lobar pneumonia. Throughout yesterday, the home on Hickman Road was visited by hundreds, attesting the friendship of the people of Augusta for mother, father and son. Heroically the grief stricken parents are bearing up under their sorrow, and chief among their consolations is the knowledge so vividly impressed upon them that no citizens of Augusta are held in higher esteem.
Mareen was the companion of his father as a boy in many cross country rambles, a bright student at the Academy of Richmond County and a boy in whom gentlemanliness, with all the meaning that word implies was exemplified. He went to the World War and never recovered entirely from the shock of the awful trials through which he passed as a mere boy in his teens, with carnage and death all about him.
Saturday afternoon as the congestion increased and the temperature mounted higher, hospitalization was decided upon. Mareen's thought then was not of death, but of a short stay in the hospital and then back with mother in order that daddy might go on a trip. But providence and fate decreed otherwise and he lapsed into a coma and then came the end. But-

"There is no death! What seems so is transition;
This life of mortal breath
Is but a suburb of the life elysian,
Whose portal we call death."

March 15, 1937
Sec. A. p. 4, col.1 & 2, Mon.
Augusta Chronicle
Vol. CLIII No. 74


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