Louisa County

Carroll Davis

 

 

News of Louisa Men In Service Is Reported

Columbus Junction—Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Davis of the Welsh Neighborhood recently received a letter from their son, Carroll Davis, which he had written from somewhere in England. He said the Louisa county boys who left Columbus Junction May 9, were still together.

Source: Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, January 11, 1943

Battle Casualties Sadden More Homes

CARROLL DAVIS—Son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Davis, who reside on a farm near Columbus Junction, Carroll Davis, was killed in action in Italy in May, a message to his parents revealed. He was one of the first of the Columbus Junction community to go overseas.

Source: Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune, Dec. 29, 1944

140 Have Made Supreme Sacrifice in Muscatine Area In War Against Axis Powers; Many Reported Wounded
The names of those who have made the supreme sacrifice in World War No. 2, compiled from records maintained by The Journal, follow:

Carroll Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Davis, of Columbus Junction, was killed in action in 1944 in the Italian theater.

Source: Muscatine Journal, Victory in Europe Edition, May 7, 1945