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07-Francis Jason Garriott
Birth: 24 Jun 1889, Little York, Wash Co, IN
Home: Gary, Calumet Twp, Lake Co, IN
Death: 14 Aug 1975, Gary, Lake Co, IN- age 86, cardiac failure ;
Burial: 16 Aug 1975, Calumet Park Cemetery
Occupation: School Teacher, Industrial Education Dept, Gary, IN, SSN: 314-05-0681/IN
Military: US Army, WW1: Corporal, Company A, 364th Infantry
Father: Simeon Garriott
Marriage: 8 Jul 1917, Bloomington, Monroe Co, IN, by Rev WH Smith
Spouse: Anna Frances CAMPBELL
Birth: 23 Dec 1885
Death: Jan 1985, Brentwood, Williamson Co, TN- age 99
Occupation: SSN: 306-70-6788/IN
CHILDREN: Francis and Anna had three sons:
08----EDWIN F GARRIOTT [b. 11 Feb 1919, Monroe Co, IN: Bk CH29/335];
08----WILLIAM C GARRIOTT [b. about 1921, IN], lived in Nashville, Davidson Co, TN; and
08----SIMEON CHARLES GARRIOTT [b. 31 May 1924, IN; d. 14 Jan 1988, Santa Clara Co, CA- age 63], SSN: 317-20-7587/IN, lived in Chicago, Cook Co, IL, enlisted in US Army on 1 Mar 1943, Ft Benjamin Harrison, Marion Co, IN, for the duration of the war + 6 Mo, described as 88" hgt, 115 weight.
1920 Gary, Ward 6, Lake Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Francis J Garriott 30, Machinist-Motor Truck?; Anna F Garriott 34; and Edwin F Garriott 10/12.
1930 Gary, Calumet Twp, Lake Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Francis J Garriott 40, Teacher-Public School; Anna Garriott 41; Edwin F Garriott 11; William C Garriott 9; and Simeon C Garriott 5.
1940 Gary, Calumet Twp, Lake Co, IN census: has (all b. IN) Francis J Garriott 50, Teacher-Public School; Anna C Garriott 54; Edwin F Garriott 21, Helper-Steel Mill; Williams C Garriott 19, Helper-Steel Mill; Simeon C Garriott 15; and Elizabeth Rasmussen 16 (Niece).
MILITARY: 23 Francis enrolled in the US Army [US 3.531.809] on 24 Jun 1918 in Baker, Montana. He was a corporal with Company A, 364th Infantry. He was discharged on 30 Apr 1919 at Fort DA Russell, WY.
PENSION: 23 Francis applied for [C 19.322.907] and, in May 1958, received a pension of $78.75 a month. In a letter to the Veterans Administration he claimed he had three sons, and, "All of the boys were in the military service. The two older boys received commissions. The younger boy was just out of high school. The oldest boy got a commission in the medical corps. Our second boy got a commission in the navy. Our youngest boy got the works. He was wounded at Leyte and Okinawa. Our oldest son never got to serve-- we lost him through sickness." Francis claimed his father fought under General Sherman in the Civil War.