Monday, October 3, 2011

Ceramic Photo - Residents of Robbins Cemetery

Located at Robbins Cemetery in Coffeyville, KS.
Anna Ruth Fosnight
Oct 27, 1882 - Jan 20, 1952

Leonard E. Walton
1902 - 1940

S/Sgt. Obed I. Cox
Dec 2, 1917 - Ap 22, 1945
Co. C 184 Inf. 7 Div U.S. Army
Killed On Okinawa

Virginia Cox
1896 - 1925
In Heaven There Is One Angel More.

Chester S. Cox
1893 - 1962
In Heaven Ther Is One Angel More.

Pearl L. Cox
1900 - 1967
In Heaven There Is One Angel More.

PFC Earl J. Roberts
June 14, 1913
Co C 129th Inf 37th Div
Killed in action on Luzon
Apr 23, 1945

Obituary for Earl Roberts.

The Coffeyville Daily Journal

Coffeyville, KS 67337
August 19, 1948

Earl Jacob Roberts
Rites for Pfc. Earl J. Roberts To Be Monday
Funeral services for Pfc. Earl J. Roberts, who was killed in action in Luzon April 28, 1945, will be held at 3:30 p.m. Monday in the Skinner chapel. A Wichita minister, the Rev. Clifford O. Nantz, will officiate and burial will be in Robbins cemetery. The VFW will conduct military rites. The body will arrive here Saturday afternoon. Son of Mrs. Zilla Fulton, Route 1, Pfc. Roberts entered service Dec. 23, 1942 and was trained at Camp Wolters, Tex. He went overseas in April 1943. he was awarded the Combat Infantryman badge in combat against the Japanese
on Bougainville.
Pfc. Roberts was born June 14, 1913, at Delaware, Okla. Survivors, besides the mother, are four sisters, Mrs. T. H. LaForte, 1016 West Thirteenth; Mrs. Robert Brooks, Wann; Mrs. Ralph Perkins, Route 1; Mrs. A. R. Rieske, American Fort, Utah; four brothers, Marion A. Roberts, Bartlesville, John C. , Wayne, and Oscar F. Roberts, all of Wann. His father died in 1924.

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