Name: Elmer Lee BATY
Birth: 19 SEP 1904
Death: 4 NOV 1959 in Oregon Co, MO
Burial: Jolliff Cem, near Rover, Oregon Co, MO
Change Date: 1 MAY 2014
South Missourian-Democrat, Alton, Mo, Apr 11, 1929 -
Married at Rover, Mo
Mr. Elmer Baty and Miss Midred Young both of Rover were married at the Leonard French home by Rev. Perry Bennett Sunday morning at 10 o?clock. This wedding was a surprise to the community as the young couple had not been keeping company very long. While this wedding was a surprise, everybody who knew them say they were well matched. They left Wed. for Kansas City where they will make their home. Mr. Baty has employment there.
Mo MM3 USNR WWII
"Man wounded when ship attacked is Home -
Elmer Baty, seaman, 2/c, with the U.S. Navy and who was wounded several months ago when his ship was attacked by the enemy in the South Pacific, is back home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Baty, near Koshkonong. Seaman Baty, who is 40 years old was wounded in the leg. He was hospitalized in Hawaii and later was in a Calif. hospital for some time before he was able to come home on a furlough visit with his parents." (Jan 19, 1945, Thayer Newspaper)
The next month (Feb 1945) he married Gladys Day.
Was a heavy drinker.
Find A Grave Memorial# 11835317
Father: John Wesley BATY b: 24 JUL 1872 in Missouri
Mother: Lydia Bell FRENCH b: 28 NOV 1881 in Chaffee, MO
11 APR 1929
in Oregon Co, Mo
Gladys M. DAY
7 FEB 1945
in Salem, Fulton Co, Ark