Leonard Bleeker Wilson was born on December 3, 1888 in Brooklyn, New York. He was a telephone switch-board installer for Western Electric Company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He registered on June 5th, 1917 and went to Camp Lee in Virginia on April 3, 1918. He was a Private in Company H, 320th Infantry, 80th Division. He served overseas from May 18, 1918 until he died of wounds received in action on October 12, 1918. His father was Hoffmann Wilson, his mother was Augusta B. Wilson, and he had a sister Natalie Wilson. The family lived at 506 Orchard Avenue in Bellevue.
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