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Christensen, Karen Ann (I86994)
 
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6,34 Kg bei der Geburt

 
Lawhon, John Cavanaugh (I98729)
 
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https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryant_Washburn

 
Washburn, Franklin Bryant III (I135409)
 
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Killed in action in the 
Battle of Tarawa in 1943.


"The largest of Tarawa's islets is Betio 
measuring less than 3 miles in length and 1/2 mile in width. Here, the Japanese built an airstrip defended by 4,700 troops dug into a labyrinth of pillboxes and bunkers interconnected
by tunnels and defended by wire and mines. The 
task of dislodging this force fell to the 
Marines of the 2nd Division. The resulting struggle produced one of the fiercest and bloodiest battles in Marine Corps."

"The landings began on November 20 and immediately ran into trouble. Coming in at low tide, the assault boats were forced to disgorge their men far from shore. Wading through w waist-deep water over piercing, razor-sharp coral, many were cut down by merciless enemy gunfire yards from the beach. Those who made it 
ashore huddled in the sand, hemmed in by the sea
to one side and the Japanese to the other."

 
Brock, Roland E. (I73538)
 
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Mrs. Dozier and some farm hands were cutting down a china berry tree in the Dozier yard, when Mrs. Dozier walked into the path of the falling tree.

An ambulance was immediately called from Marion but she was deceased when the ambulance reached the home.

 
Coleman, Flossie Lee (I77111)
 
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Deputy Daniel Kenyon and Deputy Almer Terry were shot and killed by members of the Cotton Top Walker Gang who had just robbed a bank. The Deputies had received a tip that the gang would be robbing the bank and went to stop them. When they arrived they were shot and killed.

 
Kenyon, Daniel Pratt (I78934)
 
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His first action with the Division came on July 21, 1944 when he took part in the first assult landings aimed at the recapture of Guam. During the night of July 26, he was mortally wounded during an intense Japanese counterattack aimed at dislodging the Marines from the island. After being evacuated to a hospital ship, PFC Barnes succumbed to his wounds on July 27, 1944.

 
Barnes, Alfred Conley (I79008)
 
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Walter (Should read William)D. Hill was killed when a gas explosion wrecked a two-story brick building in southeast Dallas. Members of the Odd Fellow Lodge were assembling for a meeting on the second floor when the building toppled. Eight persons were killed and thirty injured

 
Hill, William D. (I80072)
 
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1LT George Don Griffitis was one of twelve crew members killed in a crash near Gridley, California, in January 1953. They were on a "routine navigational flight” from Castle Air Force Base, according to the Oroville [California] Mercury Register dated January 13 and 14, 1953, the following crewmen were killed in the crash
Lt.Col. Gerald W. Fallon, Pilot, age 34, husband of Elaine K. Fallon, of Merced, California, [##168476878] 
Maj. William P. McMillan, age 37, husband of Greta A. McMillan, of Atwater, California [#168476924}
Capt. William S. Raker, age 27, husband of Lorraine G. Raker, of Atwater, California [#3925731] 
Capt. Edward Y. Williams, age 33, of Spokane, Washington [#168476823]
T/Sgt. Curtis F. Duffy, age 27, husband of Ruth A. Duffy, of Atwater, California [#117817814]
T/Sgt. Bobby G. Theuret, age 29, husband of Barbara L. Theuret, Atwater, California [#168476793]
M/Sgt. Joe L. Bradshaw, age 37, husband of Jessamine Bradshaw, of Atwater, California [#77073467]
M/Sgt. William H. Clarke, age 32, husband of Audrey W. Clark, of Merced, California [3561492] 
M/Sgt. Wallace N. Schwart, age 28, of Maywood, Illinois [#55245002]
A.J. William B. Crutchfield, age 27, husband of Della Ann Crutchfield, of Atwater, California [#140129022]
A1c Charles W. Hesse, age 21, of Sauk Center, Minnesota [ # 92575582]

 
Griffitts, George Don (I82739)
 
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Drowned in the sinking of the "Souvenir" a schooner bound from Milwaukee to Ludington in November 1872. Vessel totally wrecked near Ludington Lake Michigan with the loss of 7 lives.

 
Craine, Charles Henry (I83685)
 
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Shot by the Daltons in an ambush

 
Starmer, William T. (I93374)
 
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Stephen was killed in aircraft accident when aircraft fell off in turn, crashed and burned. All ten crew and passengers were killed. They were two miles from Gander airport;runway number 27 where aircraft had just taken off from. At the time of his death he was stationed at Dover Air Base in Wilmington, Delaware.



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FatalWooten, Stephen Alvin (I77269)
 
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Killed in performance of his duty for his country at Pearl Harbor, Seaman First Class, USN

 
Rouse, Joseph Carel (I77390)
 
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He died when he accidently fell from a water tower while playing with friends

 
Wilkerson, Sonny Boy (I78729)
 
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Arrived in N.Y. via Cow Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada on the ship Herrmann 26 Mar 1869 with his wife Caroline Lenter Schmidt and 4 children.

 
Schmidt, Carl Johann Heinrich (I95939)
 
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Laura was killed in an electric train wreck of the "West Jersey and Seashore Railroad" along with 65 others. Her husband Theodore was on the train with her but managed to escape the submerged rail car after it and two others derailed into the water on the drawbridge over the Thoroughfare separating Atlantic City from the mainland. It was not reported how she died, but it was probably from drowning. The accident was blamed on the outside rail of the east-bound track on the drawbridge not closing properly. 

 
Newton, Laura P. (I81054)
 
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The bodies of Gary Barnes, 36, and Cherie Barnes, 32, were discovered in a bedroom of their rural Butler County home about 11:30 a.m. Friday. They each died of gunshot wounds. 

It is believed they were killed about 2 a.m. Friday, July 17, 1987. At 10:56 a.m. Friday the Butler County Sheriff's Office received a call from the Wichita Police Department regarding the double murder. At 11:26 a.m. sheriff's officers arrived at the scene and observed the body of one of the victims through a window. Officers then forcibly entered the residence and found the bodies of both.

 
Niblack, Cherie Lynn (I81336)
 
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The bodies of Gary Barnes, 36, and Cherie Barnes, 32, were discovered in a bedroom of their rural Butler County home about 11:30 a.m. Friday. They each died of gunshot wounds. 

It is believed they were killed about 2 a.m. Friday, July 17, 1987. At 10:56 a.m. Friday the Butler County Sheriff's Office received a call from the Wichita Police Department regarding the double murder. At 11:26 a.m. sheriff's officers arrived at the scene and observed the body of one of the victims through a window. Officers then forcibly entered the residence and found the bodies of both.

 
Barnes, Gary Claude (I81337)
 
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He was killed when the car he was working on slipped off a jack

 
Harris, Hermie G. (I98193)
 
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First married to Garrett Willie Goad, son of William Asa Goad and Roxie Anne Mabry Goad, who was born 11 Dec 1898 in Carroll Co., VA and who killed himself 03 Jan 1953 in English, McDowell Co., WV. Garrett married Mary Kathleen Stevens in Aug 1941. Garrett eventually shot and killed Mary Kathleen before turning the gun on himself. Garrett is buried in the Acy Goad Family Cemetery, Carroll Co., VA.

Married secondly James Roland Blake on 20 Nov 193937 in Danville, VA. 

Married thirdly Charles Ross Smith 20 Oct 1960 in Carroll Co., VA after the death of her second husband.

She shot herself in the chest several months after her last husband died.

 
Marshall, Sally Virginia (I81398)
 
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The (Santa Clara County, California) Times - 26 May 2015

Gilson George Provost, 68, was living at a homeless encampment in a field on Cochrane Circle, where he was found dead May 7, according to authorities.

The Santa Clara County Coroner's Office released Provost's identity this week, after trying to locate his next of kin for more than two weeks after a landscaping crew found him at the north Morgan Hill property.

Provost died of "probable sudden cardiac death," a staff person at the coroner's office said May 26.

Morgan Hill police said when they located the body, in response to a 911 call from the landscapers who found him, that he appeared to have been deceased "for some time."

Provost's body was found in an undeveloped, overgrown field surrounded by a nondescript industrial business park. The field is bound by Cochrane Road, Cochrane Circle and Monterey Road. Some employees at the neighboring businesses said they had seen Provost in the area before he was found dead, according to authorities.

The coroner's office was unable to locate Provost's next of kin.

This article was provided by Charlie Potter & Dee Saddler who were classmates of Gilson Provost in Clyde, Kansas.

 
Provost, Gilson George (I100016)
 
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REXBURG (AP) — Mrs. Kimberly Brower, 31, Sugar City, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a jury Saturday morning. 

She had been charged with the first-degree murder by William C. Blair, 30, St. Anthony, who was found dead of pistol wounds by police officers on Oct. 11, 1972, in Mrs. Brower's home. 

Sentencing will be at 1 p.m. Sept. 14, in the Madison County Courthouse by 7th District Judge Willard C. Burton. The maximum sentence for involuntary manslaughter is 10 years. The jury announced its verdict Saturday morning after deliberating seven and a half hours. 

On Thursday, Mrs. Brower testified that on the night of the shooting Blair had beat her and threatened her with a knife. She told the court that Blair had a terrible temper.

 
Blair, William Cyrus (I82881)
 
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Died at the battle of Alatoona

 
Osting, William (I106702)
 
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Eugene was killed in a farm accident

 
Fuhrmann, Eugene (I107421)
 
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The body of a man found Thursday morning lying along a township road 10 miles southwest of Perham in Dead Lake Township has been identified by the sheriff's department as Elmer Eugene Hunter, 46, Deaead Lake Township.
His wife, Dorothy, 37, was charged with murder in the first degree in county court this morning in connection with Hunter's death.

The sheriff's department reports that Hunter died between 2 and 4 a.m. Thursday morning as a result of a single .32 caliber bullet fired from a revolver into his head. His wife was arrested without incident yesterday afternoon at the Hunter home on County Road 14 in Section 25 of Dead Lake Township, approximately two miles from where Hunter's body was found. Hunter was a farmer in the Dead Lake area for many years.

The couple had eight children, four from Mrs. Hunter's previous marriage. The two oldest children are not living at home.

Bail for Mrs. Hunter was set at $50,000 and she was remanded to custody. Her first appearance in district court is set for 10 a.m. Aug. 15. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is assisting Otter Tail County officials in the investigation.

 
Hunter, Elmer Eugene (I86084)
 
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Mrs. Heim and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Arleigh (Agnes Lowder) Johnson died on March the 5th, 1975 following a traffic accident on Interstate 29 in Moody County, South Dakota.

 
Groos, Lois Helen (I107444)
 
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Died in Albany County, Wyoming in plane crash of United Airlines flight 409


Flight 409 left New York, New York one hour and 11 minutes late. Routine crew changes were made in Chicago and Denver. Flight 409 departed Denver, Colorado at 6:33 a.m. on October 6, 1955, 83 minutes after its scheduled departure time. The assigned path the airliner was expected to fly was along airways V-4 Denver to Laramie, Wyoming V-118 to Rock River, Wyoming radio, V-6 to Fort Bridger, Wyoming, and V-32 to a landing in Salt Lake City. The flight was operating under Visual Flight Rules and was assigned a cruising altitude of 10,000 feet. Because the aircraft was not pressurized, the altitude was chosen to keep the passengers and crew from experiencing the discomfort that flying higher could cause. The route assigned to the airliner was specifically designed to allow safe passage at 10,000 feet over the continental divide in the Rocky Mountains.[7]


An expected position report from the United crew, schededuled for 8:11 a.m. while over Rock Springs, was not received, and repeated attempts to make radio contact with flight 409 were met with no response. With the airliner's status unknown, the Civil Aeronautics Authority was alerted to the missing aircraft. No radar was in place for civil aviation in this region in 1955. With no radar traces, manual searches were required to find the aircraft.

 
Albright, Ronald E. (I87107)
 
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Professional baseball player in 1915. Pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics

 
Cone, Robert Earl Sr. (I109725)
 
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Friday May 02, 1975 Taunton Daily Gazette page 1
Robbery was believed to be the motive in the brutal murder of a well-known East Taunton man, whose battered and stabbed body was found in the beddroom of his home early this morning. Police investigators leaned toward the theory that John W. Watts, 49, of 694 Middleboro Avenue, surprised the intruder inside his home after he closed his nearby gas station for the night. No weapon was found by investigators but Watts was beaten about the face and stabbed at least once in the chest on the left side. Medical Examiner William H. Bennett Jr. . conducted an autopsy today.
Watts’s body was found by his son, Robert, who lived with him. Robert, manager of the People’s Choice cocktail lounge in Bridgewater walked into the house with a friend, Mary Paquette of 1290 Middleboro Avenue and madde the grim discovery about 1:50 a.m. The body was unclad and police reasoned that Watts was preparing to take a shower before going to bed. Part of his clothing was found in the kitchen of the two story home. His shoes were found in the bathroom which is right off the kitchen.
Detectives reasoned that Watts went into the bedroom which is also on the first floor of the home, and confronted an intruder. His empty billfold, along with keys and other personal belongings were found o on a kitchen table. He was known to carry a large sum of money on his person, but nothing was apparently missing from the home. Police said the three bedrooms in the second floor of the home were ransacked. Neighbors however, reported they heard nothing unusual during the night.
During the gasoline shortage a year ago, Watts was an outspoken critic of the allocation plan and declared on several occasions that he would not close the Airport Gasoline Station on Sundays.

 
Watts, John Wesley (I92374)
 
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Killed during WW II
Bomber crash at sea

 
Ellingson, Lester K. (I93723)
 
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Served as a Corporal in the U.S. Marine Corp, stationed aboard a Naval air craft carrier, the USS Coral Sea (a large air craft carrier which has since been retired).
Mr. Baremore was found dead in the cab of his delivery Truck Saturday behind a Gasoline Station in Haltom City. Autopsy result: Mr Baremore was shot three times in the back with a 45 Caliber Revolver.


 


 

 
Baremore, Jerald Glen (I96512)
 
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Elkader, Ia. -- Alfred Baars, about 50, was killed about 10 a.m. Friday when a tractor upset while he was plowing on the Art Elvers farm five miles south of Elkader, near Osborne.
Baars was pinned underneath the tractor and died before help could arrive. He was employed on the Elvers farm. 

 
Baars, Alfred Robert (I98176)
 
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A summer vacation visit with grandparents and cousins in Oklahoma ended in death Friday afternoon on U.S. 66 seven miles east of Carthage, Missouri for an 11-year-old Carlsbad girl.


Three Youngster Die In Crash, Couple Critically Injured
Carthage, MO. (AP) -- Three youngsters driving to St. Louis to see a baseball game were killed in a two-car crash near Carthage Friday.

A Kansas City couple in the other car was critically injured.

Dead are Donald Kingston, 17, his sister, Carmen, 12, and a cousin Miss Greggie Yelvington, 11, all of Oklahoma City.

Injured were Dr. Arthur Chalmers, 70, a Kansas City dentist and his wife, Mrs. Esther Mary Chalmers.

The collision occurred on US 66 seven miles east of Carthage.

 
Yelvington, Gregorietta Sue (I112116)
 
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Three Youngster Die In Crash, Couple Critically Injured
Carthage, MO. (AP) -- Three youngsters driving to St. Louis to see a baseball game were killed in a two-car crash near Carthage Friday. 

A Kansas City couple in the other car was critically injured. 

Dead are Donald Kingston, 17, his sister, Carmen, 12, and a cousin Miss Greggle Yelvington, 11, all of Oklahoma City.

Injured were Dr. Arthur Chalmers, 70, a Kansas City dentist and his wife, Mrs. Esther Mary Chalmers.

The collision occurred on US 66 seven miles east of Carthage.

Bio provided by Brian Elston

 
Kingston, Donald Paul (I112121)
 
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He was a sailor, member of power squadron, one of five founders of the Bradenton Yacht Club. He was a freelance writer, real estate agent, yacht salesman. During WWII was his company historian - fourth infantry division under General Van Fleet. Landed on Utah Beach on D Day, in the Battle of the Bulge, Battle of the Ardennes, and in the first group of soldiers into Paris at the Liberation. He married Donna Margaret Day. They had two daughters, Betsy and Peggy. His ashes were scattered at the bell buoy at Egmont Key in Tampa Bay, symbolic of "home", sailing in from the Gulf of Mexico after SORC races

 
Day, Edward Bradstreet Jr. (I101148)
 
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"Jay" was killed in a truck accident near Fredonia, NY. The truck driven by Secord left the road struck a tree driving the engine back into the cab and catching fire. Lyle Schram who was with Jay was also killed. They were on their way back to Michigan with a load of steel.

 
Secord, William Jay (I101672)
 
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James Robertson was visiting his uncle, Charles Beatty, who in August of 1988, had moved to Winnemucca, Nevada and was working at Pinson Mine. Both James and his uncle Charles Beatty disappeared around Sep. 14, 1988 and their bodies were found in the desert on Sep.22, 1988. Both had been murdered. Roger Libby was convicted of their murders during 1990 and is still on death row in the Nevada State Prison. 

 
Vaught, James Andrew (I101993)
 
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Sallisaw, Okla., March 31. – Ed Lockhart, Oklahoma bandit who was shot to death by Tulsa officers in a raid near Sperry, Okla., Wednesday, was laid to rest with military honors in the McCoy cemetery, five miles north of Sallisaw, Monday afternoon. Members of the Carnie Welsh Post, American Legion, of Sallisaw had charge of the burial service. The Rev. C.C. Wilson, pastor of the Presbyterian church of Sallisaw, officiated. A crowd of about 300 persons, including many veterans of the World war, attended the service. Lockhart's wife and several other relatives live near Sallisaw, where the bandit spent his childhood.

 
Lockhart, Dave Edward Sr. (I102006)
 
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Airman 3rd Class Arlen Jackson Morgan, 19, was killed Tuesday in an explosion at Taegu Air Base in Southeast Korea, the Department of Defense has informed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Morgan, 116 W. Brandon St., and his wife.
Airman Morgan had been expected home in June, his mother said. His wife, former Carolyn Christian, and 5-month-old son, Christian Arlen Morgan, reside at 4431 Cascadia Ave.
Airman Morgan was in the gunnery-repair department and his duties included loading bombs. He had been overseas since last June. He had not seen his son.

 
Morgan, Arlen Jackson (I108489)
 
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His life was cut short by a drunk driver, at the age of almost 13 years

 
Farringer, James Noel (I113358)
 
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Name changed from Cohen to Coyne by 1918

 
Coyne, John (I113680)
 
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Killed in action somewhere in Germany, serving with the 8th Division under the command of General George Patton. he was the son of Clifford Edward & Sarah Nellie Toy & the husband of Murial Toy

 
Toy, Edward R. (I114749)
 
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Comfort is a veteran of the Army 18th infantry and was a casualty of intense fighting the day after the D-Day invasion at Omaha Beach, Normandy France. He was initially buried overseas but about five years after his death, his remains were shipped back to Michigan for a proper burial at home

 
Comfort, John J. (I109061)
 
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On Dec. 7, 1941, Walkowiak was assigned to the USS Oklahoma, which was moored at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, when the ship was attacked by Japanese aircraft. The USS Oklahoma sustained multiple torpedo hits, which caused it to quickly capsize. The attack on the ship resulted in the deaths of 429 crewmen, including Walkowiak. No single vessel at Pearl Harbor, with the exception of the USS Arizona, suffered as many fatalities.

 
Walkowiak, Robert Nicholas (I109245)
 
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He met director Jack Sullivan with Warner Brother studio while looking at an apartment in Hollywood and was hired on the spot.Sam was in various movies,including Dive Bomber,Sante Fe Trail,The Westerner,and The Outlaw where he meet his long time friend ,Ben Johnson,who was on his first trip to Hollywood bringing paint hourses from Oklahoma.When son Ikewas born in 1941,he was Gary Coopers double in Sergeant York.He also doulbled for Ronald Reagan on several occasions.

 
Ault, Sam Lowry (I109644)
 
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She and her husband were captured by the Japanese Army during the invasion of the Philippines and they spent over 3-years in the Santo Tomas Internment Camp
.
Santo Tomas Internment Camp was the largest of several camps in the Philippines in which the Japanese Army interned enemy civilians, mostly Americans, during World War II. The campus of the University of Santo Tomas in Manila was utilized for a camp which housed more than 5,000 internees from Jan 1942 to Feb 1945. At the time of liberation by the U.S. Army, many of the internees were near death from the lack of food.

 
Parten, Lucy Wayne (I109727)
 
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Doris and her 5 month-old son were killed in a head-on collision with another car

 
Grossman, Doris Janet (I115155)
 
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He was killed along with his mother in a head-on collision with another car

 
Wilhelm, Kim Alan (I115157)
 
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He enlisted 3/7/1898 and served in the Philippines during
the Philippine Insurrection from 6/26/1899 to 3/1/1902.
Honorably discharged 4/6/1902 at the Presidio, San Francisco, CA.

His Span-Amer War Compensation application and WWI draft card
_both_ give his year of birth as *1878*.

 
Abbott, Frank John Sr. (I109935)
 
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Tragically, died in a car crash on her prom night. She was killed instantly, when the car she was riding in crashed into a bridge abutment on highway 10, about five miles west of Ellsworth, WI.

 
Borst, Kathleen Therese (I116837)
 

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