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Frederick Garfield Baker - Fallen

WWI
County: Bottineau
World War I - Fallen
Date of Loss: June 14, 1919 / Age: 32
Branch of Service: Army
Company/Division: Battery E, 18th Field Artillery

Accidentally killed at Palch, Germany, June 14, 1919.

Buried at Marn, Germany. Remains returned to U. S. Oct. 4, 1920, and buried in Grave 656, National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.

Name NOT included on the All Veterans Memorial at State Capitol in Bismarck ND.

Information found in Volume 1, page 150 of the Official Roster of North Dakota Soldiers, Sailors and Marines.

Registered Bottineau county. Born, Geneva, Ind., Sept. 8, 1886, of American parents. Occupation - farmer. Inducted at Bottineau on Sept. 18, 1917. Sent to Camp Dodge, Iowa. Served in Battery C, 338th Field Artillery, to Nov. 30, 1917; Battery E, 335th Field Artillery, to June 11, 1918; Company No. 4, Camp Pike June Replacement Draft, to July 15, 1918; Battery E, 18th Field Artillery, to death. Overseas from June 20, 1918, to death. Engagements: Offensives: Aisne-Marne; St. Mihiel; Meuse-Argonne. Defensive: Champagne-Marne. Defensive Sector: Vesle (Champagne).