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Louis Julius Freudenberg

American World War I casualty

  • Louis J. Freudenberg
  • Louis Julius Freudenberg I
  • Louis Julius Freudenberg (1894-1918)
  • (1894-1918)

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16 October 1918Gregorian
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24 July 1921Gregorian
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24 July 1921Gregorian
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5 November 1918Gregorian
7 June 1921Gregorian
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"Private Freudenberg graduated from Public School Number 6, Jersey City" (English)
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"At the time of his death Freudenberg was a runner for Company M, 309th Infantry, 78th Division." (English)
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"Of the sons of these parents Louis J. Freudenberg was killed in action in the World War. He served as a runner or messenger with Company M., 309th Infantry, 78th Division, and was shot in the Argonne, October 16th, 1918." (English)
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"Freudenberg, Louis Julius, Jersey City." (English)
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"Heights Boy Died On French Battlefield. Private Louis J. Freudenberg reported killed in action October 16, was a member of company M, 309th U.S. Infantry. He entered the service April 4, last and went overseas May 19. He was twenty-four years old and was born in Hoboken but his family moved to 63 Concord Street, Jersey City twenty years ago. Private Freudenberg graduated from Public School Number 6, Jersey City and at the time he joined the colors he held a responsible position with Butler Brothers, Jersey City. The young hero is survived by his parents Max and Eloise Freudenberg; three sisters, Ada, Clara and Grace, and by four brothers, Arthur, Eugene, Ralph and Richard, the last named being in the service at Camp Meade, Maryland." (English)
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"Hero Freudenberg's Body Arrives. The Body of Louis Julius Freudenberg, who was killed in the Argonne offensive October 6, 1918, has arrived at his late home, 22 Hopkins Avenue. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, Reverend Thomas Clark of the Summit Avenue M.E. Church officiating. Internment will be at Flower Hill Cemetery. The Veterans of Foreign Wars will take part in the service, and the re-internment will be accompanied by full military honors. At the time of his death Freudenberg was a runner for Company M, 309th Infantry, 78th Division. He was making his way to the rear in the battle after being wounded in the right leg when he was shot through the head and killed. He was born in Hoboken and as a lad attended P.S. No. 3 in Hoboken, New Jersey and later P.S. No. 8 in the Hudson City section. At the time he entered service, April 4, 1918 he was employed by Butler Brothers. He had trained at Camp Dix and in May 1918, sailed on the U.S.S. President Lincoln. He is survived by his mother, Eloise, five bothers, Arthur, Ralph, Charles, Eugene and Richard, who served with the 32nd Field Artillery, Seventh Division, and three sisters, Ada, Clara, and Grace." (English)
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"... Private Louis Julius Freudenberg; Co. 'M' 309th Infantry sailed from the U.S. May 19th, 1918. Arrived overseas May the 31st. Fought in the following battles: St. Mihel offensive, September 12th to 15th, 1918; Limey Sector, September 16th to October 4th; Meuse Argonne offensive, October 11th to 16th. Private Freudenberg was a 'runner' delivering messages along the lines. He was called an 'angel' by the boys because he was constantly cheering them up, and had words of comfort for all. While participating in an attack on enemy positions near St. Juvin, France, on October 16th, 1918 he was wounded by machine gun bullets and was lying in a shell hole with his sergeant who was wounded in the arm. Private Freudenberg volunteered to try and get back [to] the line to summon aid for his sergeant, and when he arose to do so was shot in the head and killed. His body was laid to rest with full military honors, East of Champineulle, France. Born August 4th, 1894." (English)
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"Freudenberg, Louis Julius Pvt Co M 309 Inf Oct 16/18" (English)
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"At the time of his death Freudenberg was a runner for Company M, 309th Infantry, 78th Division." (English)

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