Michael’s remains were brought back to Chicago late May 1921. His body was laid to rest in Bohemian National Cemetery. Below are photos of a couple documents and the funeral.
Posted in Army, Chicago, Czechs
Tags: 32nd Infantry Division, Bohemian National Cemetery, Kokoska, WWI
Truly fascinating documents and photos. Thank you so much for sharing!!
Author of “Back to the Homeplace”
and “13 Ways to Tell Your Ancestor Stories”
This is such a moving story. The photos and docs are incredible. Thank you for sharing.
Awesome photo of the tombstone. I think that is the only tombstone I’ve seen with a statue on it.
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