you are most welcome
He is also listed in "Soldiers of the Great War"
PRIVATE DELAPP, CALBERT F., NEW LISBON
STATES "This database is a record of the American soldiers who lost their lives in World War I. The work is arranged alphabetically by state. For each soldier who fought and died in this Great War his picture, name, rank, and means of death (killed in action, died of disease, died of wounds, died of accident, or wounded in action) is provided. While the pictures under each state are not arranged alphabetically, there is an alphabetical listing following the pictures for each state, arranged first by mean of death, then rank, and finally last name. This listing is the official list of men who lost their lives in World War I compiled from the Official Bulletin provided by the government. In addition to the pictures of all the deceased men of this war, this work also provides a parallel record of war events among the leading countries involved in the war from 1914 to 1918. These countries include the United States, Great Britain, Belgium, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Balkans, Turkey, and Russia. This database is a great source of information for both historians of World War I and family historians who are seeking information about their relatives who served and died in this war."
Volume 3: Oklahoma - Wyoming and Supplement
Birth: Nov. 14, 1895
Death: Oct. 4, 1918
"George DeLap left Monday noon for New Lisbon to attend the funeral services of his nephew the late Calbert DeLap who was killed in the late war and his body shipped to New Lisbon from France where services will be held and interment made Monday afternoon."
William Wallace DeLapp (1866 - 1958) ****
Pvt. 127th Inf. 32nd Division - World War 1
New Lisbon City Cemetery
Plot: S16-R26 - W.A. DeLapp Plot
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