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William Roy Drennon Sr.

COMPANY "A," 9TH BATTALION, Topeka.



Photos provided by George Drennon jakeshome190@earthlink.net
"These were found in the belongings of my grandmother Lula Drennon. She was the wife of William Roy Drennon Sr. He was in Company A, 9th Batallion and is listed on the history page as a deserter. I would like to submit an article from the Topeka Newspaper showing him receiving bonds. It states in this article that he was with the 355th Infantry and served in France. He was wounded in 1918 in the St. Mihiel Drive and received the Purple Heart which was given for Bravery and for being wounded in action." Kansas State Guard footer


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