The next time we hear from Harry is on June 5, 1917 when he registers for the draft. He indicates that he is a chauffeur and lives at 1251 Argyle Street in Chicago.
|1251 W. Argyle, Chicago|
He lists his employer as "C.H. Pushman, 4259 Hazel Street" in Chicago.
Harry H. Marshall talked to the Census Taker for the 1920 US Census on January 5, 1920. He is still a boarder at 1251 W. Argyle. He lists his occupation as "Private Chauffeur." No sign of the mysterious "T." Marshall from the 1910 census.
Harry Homer Marshall died on May 14, 1920 in Chicago. Here is his death certificate:
The Cause of Death was "Internal hemorrhage and shock and injuries caused by colliding with trolley pole while avoiding collision (accidental) Town car and motorcycle." We can pick up two other things from his death certificate: He was an "Unemployed chauffeur," and the information for his death certificate came from his landlady, Anna Tinnerhorn.
There was no death notice or obituary for Harry Marshall in the Chicago newspapers - in fact the accident that caused his death was not even mentioned.
Harry's funeral was May 17, 1920. He was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Skokie, Illinois. Harry Homer Marshall may not have had family around, but he was blessed to have friends who looked after him - and even made sure his grave was marked.
"Our Friend" Harry Homer Marshall - may he rest in peace.