Obit: Noah, Hugo (1895 - 1920)
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 02/26/1920
Noah, Hugo (23 NOV 1895 - 22 JAN 1920)
Sergeant Hugo Herman John Noah, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Noah, was born Nov. 23, 1895 at Neillsville, Clark County, Wis. Later he moved with his parents to Greenwood, where they resided for twelve years. He was confirmed at Neillsville April 4, 1909, at St. John's Church. After that he moved with his parents of Loyal, where hel lived until he enlisted in the United states Marines at Minneapolis, Minn. From here he went to San Francisco, Cal., where he stayed for some time and then went to Philadelphia, Pa. He stayed in the East until he went to France in the fall of 1918 and returned Aug. 1919 and went to Quantico, Va.
He made his last visit home, Sept. 10, 1919 and left here Oct. 6, 1919.
He then went to the Hayt Islands, where he died of gun shot wounds Jan. 22, 1920.
Had he lived until Feb. 2nd he would have been in service 4 years.
Besides his father and mother he leaves to mourn his loss 7 brothers, Edward, Arthur, Herman, George, Willie, Alvin and Rudolph, and two sisters, Lena and Martha, besides many relatives and a host of friends. (Loyal Tribune)
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