Kentucky

There are two burials in Kentucky.

Private John Benjamin French was an African-American soldier, who served in France and in the Army of Occupation with No. 8 Company, Canadian Forestry Corps. He died of tuberculosis on 10 May 1920 in Montreal General Hospital and his remains were repatriated to Lexington, where he was buried in Cove Haven Cemetery. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private James Henry Hartley was a British soldier who served in France and Flanders with the Machine Gun Corps. He was serving as an instructor at Camp Zachary Taylor when he died of pneumonia on 20 April 1918. He is buried in Cave Hill National Cemetery, Louisville. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

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