PRIVATE GEORGE SEESE
EAST LIVERPOOL TRIBUNE
NOV. 4, 1918
COMPANY L, NINTH INFANTRY
GEORGE SEESE PAYS SUPREME PRICE IN WAR
Wellsville Soldier Was Killed in Action on November Fourth.
MOTHER IS NOTIFIED
Former Employee at Dam Falls In Battle In France
PRIVATE GEORGE SEESE, aged 27, well known Wellsville boy, was killed in the fighting on the western battlefront on November 4, according to a message received today by his mother, Mrs. Laura H. Phillips of Kountz avenue from the war department. The message follows:
“Deeply regret to inform you that Private George Seese, infantry is officially reported kill in action on November 4. (Signed) Marris, adjutant.”
Private Seese was well known in this city. Prior to entering the service he had been employed for 12 yeas at Dam No. 8, just above this city. He was called to the colors on May 29 last, going to Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga. He sailed for overseas service during the latter part of July.
Private Seese when he sailed from this country was a member of Company L, Ninth Infantry.