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CHERRYVILLE, N.C. Arthur Millwood, 74, of 510 Fitzhugh St., died Sunday, July 28, 1996, at his residence.
   A native of Cherokee. County, he was the husband of Margie B. Millwood and son of the late Walker Millwood and Lissie Parris Millwood.
   He was retired from Carolina Freight Carriers Corp., Cherryville, after 20 years of service as a long-line driver.  He was a member of Fellowship Christian Center, Dallas; N.C., and a veteran of the U.S Army having served in World War II.
   Also surviving are three sons, Joe Millwood and Don Milwood, both of Cherryville, and Jan Millwood of Lincolnton, N.C.; and seven grandchildren.
   Services wil be held at 11 a.m. at Carpenter's Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Leonard L. Bumgardner officiating. Burial will be in the City Memorial Cemetery
    The family is at the residence. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Fellowship Christian Center, 2352 Dallas Cherryville Hwy., Dallas, N.C. 28034, or to Hospice of Gaston County, P.O. Box 3984, Gastonia, N.C. 28053.

[The Gaffney Ledger (Gaffney, South Carolina) 29 Jul 1996, Mon Page 9]

[courtesy of Elizabeth Olmsteadt]

Grave marker for Arthur Millwood in the First section, Cherryville City Memorial Cemetery, Cherryville (Gaston county), North Carolina.

Arthur was inducted into the Army at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC on 28 November 1942.

Pfc Millwood was transferred from the 3rd Replacement Depot to Company E, 508th PIR on 13 February 1945.

His military decorations include the Good Conduct Medal.

Arthur was discharged on 17 January 1946.

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