William Bradford Call





Gravestone photos used with permission from photographer Betty Alberts
Gravestone photos used with permission from photographer Betty Alberts

(November 24, 1910 - October 19, 1937)


The Lusk Herald
October 11, 2012



Birth: Nov. 24, 1910 - Douglas, Converse County, Wyoming, USA

Death: Oct. 19, 1937 - Council Bluffs,
Pottawattamie County, Iowa, USA

Parents: Shirley S. Call and Harriet (Eastman) Call.

William Bradford Call was killed in an automobile accident while stationed at Fort Crook, near Omaha, Nebraska. He was a soldier with Company B, Seventeenth Infantry.

Bradford was born and raised in Douglas. He attended the public schools here and was a graduate of Converse County High School. About three years ago he enlisted in the army at Fort Francis E. Warren at Cheyenne, and a year ago was transferred to the Seventeenth at Ft. Crook.

Information was obtained from his obituary in the Douglas Budget October 21, 1937 and mortuary records.








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