|Goliah Rounds Jr., born May 1892, was the grandson of Charles and Charity Rounds and son of Goliah and Dinah Rounds. The family lived on the Rounds Plantation in southern Adams County, Mississippi.|
| As were many young men of his generation, Goliah was drafted to serve in World War I. He registered for the draft in 1917.|
|Goliah was shipped off to Camp Shelby, Mississippi in1918|
(Photo courtesy of Missisippi History Now)
|While serving on active duty at Camp Shelby, Goliah Rounds|
died and official records show the cause as Pneumonia.
His family applied for an official burial and a headstone for him.
|Goliah Rounds Jr. grave at the Rounds Family Cemetery|
|Ten years after his death in 1928, Goliah's eldest brother Charles Rounds Sr. was|
designated as executor of his estate.