|Birth: ||Aug. 28, 1922|
|Death: ||Mar. 23, 1943|
Ogdensburg Journal - Monday May 17, 1943
Chipman—-An official telegram announcing the death of private Lloyd Hargrave, was received by his brother, Luther, this week. Lloyd was killed in action in North Africa, Mar. 23. A letter from him written the first part of March had been received.
Lloyd was the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hargrave and is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Clark, Arthur, Robert, John, James and Luther, Marion, Dorothy and Annabelle, the latter in California. Robert is in service somewhere in India, and John with the Merchant Marines.
A stepmother, Mrs. Hannah Hargrave at home is also left to mourn his loss as she is devoted to her husband's family.
The sympathy of many relatives and friends is extended to the family. This strikes home to every heart as it is the first fatality among the many soldiers from this community.
- C - Army - 36 - 6 - Campaigns not indicated - Co. I, 6th Armored Infantry. - Pfc. - Killed in action at Kasserine Pass, North Africa.
Joseph Hargrave (1866 - 1941)
Anna Bell Clark Hargrave (1876 - 1930)
Hugh Clark Hargrave (1903 - 1971)*
Marion Anna Hargrave Baxter (1904 - 1991)*
Dorothy Elizabeth Hargrave Riley (1907 - 1948)*
Arthur Melville Hargrave (1907 - 1968)*
Robert George Hargrave (1909 - 1988)*
Annabel Hargrave McKeeby (1913 - 1984)*
Luther J. Hargrave (1916 - 1978)*
Lloyd George Hargrave (1922 - 1943)
Note: killed World War II. North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial, Carthage Tunis, Tunisia
St. Lawrence County
New York, USA
Maintained by: Phyllis
Originally Created by: Anne Cady
Record added: Apr 29, 2008
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