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Posted by: Bill Gillespie (ID *****4898) Date: April 14, 2010 at 10:41:58
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A friend's grandfather attended Kansas State Teachers College in Pittsburg, KS in 1921, and his Metallurgical textbook is marked as property of the US Government. Was there GI educational support for WW1 vets? We have no record of the man serving, but that is a possibility.

Llewellyn (or Lewellyn) Clarence Lewis, probably born in Pennsylvania, possibly previously living in Iowa. Born about 1882. Married a Catherine (or Katherine) Galloway. The 1920 US Census has them living in Pittsburg, Crawford Cty, KS with son William R., age 2, stating he and his mother were born in Iowa.

Also searching for Llewllyn's parents and his grave site. TNX!!


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