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Biographical Information Wilmette Resident Died in Military Service World War I: Douglas Thomas Hoffman
Publication
Wilmette Memorial Volume 2, 29 May 1995, p. 10, 10A
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Douglas Thomas Hoffman, Second Lieutenant, U.S. Army, Field Artillery
Thrown from a horse on May 18, 1919, while stationed at Camp Logan, Tex., and died May 23 from injuries received. He is buried at the Ottawa Avenue Cemetery in Ottawa, Illinois.
Survived, at the time of his death by:
Parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Hoffman, 1231 Greenwood Av., Wilmette.
Born June 9, 1893 in Ottawa. Received his education at New Trier High School, Northwestern University and the University of Michigan.
Entered the service September 20, 1917 at Camp Grant; went to Officer's Training School at Camp Taylor, where he was commissioned second lieutenant and was then sent to Camp Logan, Tex.


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Notes
photograph; Sources: Honor Roll in World War, Wilmette, Illinois, at the Wilmette Historical Society
Church records, St. Augustine's Episcopal Church of Wilmette
Date of Publication
29 May 1995
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Hoffman, Douglas
Local identifier
Wilmette.News.282075
Language of Item
English
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Biographical Information Wilmette Resident Died in Military Service World War I: Douglas Thomas Hoffman