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    Augusta's World War I memorial stands immediately north of Memorial Circle. Harold Sproul lived in the city briefly before the Army sent him to the battlefield in France, so his name appears on the monument.

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    Windsor native Harold Sproul spends some time in 1918 with his 1-year-old niece Annie Sproul, who was named after her grandmother. Soon afterward, he went into the Army and was sent to France, where he fell ill and died 100 years ago Monday.

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    James and Annie Sproul raised their eight children, including World War I casualty Harold Sproul, in this house on Maxcy's Mill Road in Windsor, shown Nov. 15.

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    Windsor's monument to its World War I and World War II participants stands on the east side of Ridge Road at the Reed Road intersection.

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    A star appears next to Harold Sproul's name on Windsor's monument to its residents who served in the U.S. forces in World War I and World War II, indicating that he died during his service. Sproul was the only recorded World War I fatality from Windsor.

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    The Army uniform and the gas mask that Windsor native Harold Sproul used during his World War I service in France are on display in the Windsor Museum.

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    A family headstone in Rest Haven Cemetery identifies the Army unit — Battery B, 120th Field Artillery — in which Harold Sproul served until his death 100 years ago Monday in France.

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    The Sproul family gathers in Windsor in the spring of 1918. Standing, from left, are Adelbert, Beuford, John, Arthur and Leroy. Seated, from left, are Fred, Flossie Sproul Turner, mother Annie, father James and Harold.

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