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The Citadel Class of: 1909

No Photo of 1Lt. Mulloy Yet FoundWilliam Allsbrook Mulloy, '09


Cadet Company: not available
Age: 29
Born: 8-Jan-89 in Chesterfield, S.C.
Hometown: Cheraw, South Carolina
Family: Edward F. Mulloy (father), Elizabeth Craig Mulloy (mother)
Rank: First Lieutenant
Branch of Service: U.S. Army
Servicenumber: not available
Entered the Service from: South Carolina
Function: not available
Regiment: 118th Infantry Regiment
Battalion: not available
Division: 30th Infantry Division
Company: “I”
Unit: not available
Date of death: 8-Oct-18
Status: KIA
Place of death: Brancourt, France
Spot: Originally buried at Joncourt NE Grove No. 1.
Awards: not available
Gravenumber: Plot B Row 10 Grave 2
Cemetery: Somme American Cemetery
Biography: not available
Other information:

Lieut. W.A. Mulloy of Cheraw
Killed in Action
Special to The State.
Cheraw, Nov. 8.-It was learned this morning that Lieut. W. Alsobrooks[sic] Mulloy of the Cheraw company (the Company I.S.C.N.G.,)
had been killed in action on October 17. He was a splendid man, with a promising future. He received his military training at the Citadel,
and graduated from the department of pharmacy, Charleston Medical College, and followed that profession in Cheraw ever since.
He had a chance of promotion some months ago, but was so attached to the boys of his company that he declined promotion rather than
leave his company. He was a member of the Cheraw Masonic bodies, and was one of Cheraw’s most popular young men.
– Source: The State, 11/9/18, pg. 2 col. 2

Note: The date of death in the article was incorrectly reported. U.S. government death records and a marker placed by his family at
the Old Saint Davids Episcopal Church Cemetery in Cheraw, S.C. corroborate Lt. Mulloy’s date of death as 8-Oct-18.

Sources: American Battle Monuments Commission, The Citadel Archive & Museum, Mike Stannard ’65, The State, flickr.com, Findagrave.com, Singleton Family, WWI Memorial Cheraw S.C., Findagrave,.com International

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