Daniel Wayman Pittman...World War I Soldier

Daniel Wayman Pittman
Born: January 10,1893 in Mapleton, Cobb County, Georgia
Died:  July 13, 1918 in Belleau, Aisne, Picardie, France
Son of  Isaac Marion and Leila A Hooper Pittman
World War I
Private First Class United States Army
23rd Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division
Daniel Wayman Pittman registered for the US Draft on June 5, 1917.
One year, one month and eight days later he was one of the
1,811 American Soldiers who died from wounds suffered at the
Battle of Belleau Wood near Paris, France.
Buried in the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
  Your Family and Country are forever grateful for your sacrifice for our Freedom.
You are remembered in the Pittman Family Tree my 1st cousin 2x removed.
**Daniel - Cobb County Times August 15, 1918 Memorial Service Held for Daniel W. Pittman
Many Attend Services at Macland on Sunday in Honor of First Cobb County Boy To Die in France.  Last Sunday morning at eleven o'clock, hundreds of Cobb county citizens gathered at the Methodist church at Macland to attend the memorial services I honor of Daniel Weyman Pittman, the first Cobb county boy to be killed in action in France.
    The little church was filled to overflowing when Rev. Frank Jenkins, the pastor, began his memorial address, which pulsated the sympathy for the bereaved and loyal friends to our government in this crisis.  Mr. Watson of Dallas, rendered some special music for the occasion.  Daniel Weyman Pittman was the son of Isaac M. Pittman, one of the best known citizens of that community.  Young Pittman was a graduate of the Seventh District A and M College of Macland, and had many friends throughout that section of the county.