Harold Glenn Price

Malden Soldier Dies of Pneumonia in France

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Price, of Malden, Illinois, received word from Washington yesterday officially reporting the death of their son, Harold G. Price (Glenn) in France on March 30. Death was caused by pneumonia.

Glenn was born in Malden on August 15, 1891. He received his schooling there and in 1914 he went to work as an accountant for the Union pacific Railroad in Omaha. He was later made Division accountant at Kansas City.

He enlisted as a private in the Quartermaster Corps during November, 1917, and served at Camp Jos. E. Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. until June, 1918, and later at Camp Hill, Newport News, Va. He sailed for Bordeaux, France in July. He attained the rank of Master Engineer, Senior Grade, Transportation Corps and was stationed at Bordeaux up to date as last writing.

Left to mourn his loss are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Price, sisters, Vivian and Minnie, of Malden; Mrs. G. W. Newmyer, Central City, Neb.; Mrs. Harold S. Meyers, Bosworth, Mo.; Brothers, Ray, of Malden, and Arthur, of Elgin, Il., beside a host of friends and acquaintances.

(Bureau County Republican, April 10, 1919, submitted by Janine Crandell) 




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