Galloway Owen is the son of C. C. Owen of Purdon. He was born near Purdon, December 16, 1893, and was educated in the public schools of this community. July 23, 1918, he entered the United States Service with Battery B, 127th Field Artillery, 34th Division, training at Camp Travis, San Antonio. September 25, 1918, he sailed for France and on January 30, 1919, received his discharge from the service.
History of Texas World War Heroes - World War 1
William Galloway “Bill” Owen
Dec 19, 1892 - Dec 8, 1961
W. G. Owen Of Kerens Expires, Rites Sunday
W. G. (Bill) Owen, 69, of Kerens, retired oil field worker, rancher,
died in Memorial Hospital Friday afternoon following a short
Funeral services will be held from the Kerens Church of Christ
Sunday at 2 p.m. with burial in the
The rites will be conducted by Willie Hamblen, pastor of the church,
and Reginald Beaver, pastor of the North Beaton Church of Christ.
Owen resided in the Pursley community for years, and later was an
oil field worker at Mildred until he moved to a farm north of Kerens
about two years ago. He was a veteran of World War 1.
Surviving are his wife of Kerens; a nephew, Neal Owens, Los Angeles,
Calif.; four foster-sons, Roy Hagler, College Station; Jennings
Hagler, Linden; Jesse Hagler, Odessa, and Vernon Hagler, Crane; five
grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and other relatives.
The Corsicana Daily Sun - Saturday, December 9, 1961
- WWI Veteran
- h/o Allie Elizabeth (Crawford) Owen married Nov. 24, 1922 s/o
Christopher Columbus Owen & Ann Lou (Leetch) Owen
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