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Biographical sketch of Farnk Coit



Frank Dewitt Coit was an overseas vetern of World War I. He entered the service on May 27 1918. He was assigned to "artillery Park" a replacement unit for hauling ammunition for the artillery detached to the 116th ammunition train and postal service 1919.

He sailed for France in July of 1918 and was there until January 10, 1919. He participated in the battle of Argonne Forest. He returned to the united states Oct. 1, 1919 and recieved honorable discharge Oct. 13, 1919.

Frank went to work for Russel Ferguson in 1932 in Windsor, Missouri. He worked there until 1940. He then went in business for himself in the Mac Irvin Building on North Main. He later built and moved into a new garage on South Main in November of 1946.

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