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 FRENCH MEMORIAL DEATH CERTIFICATES  
World War I

Transcribed from The Dillon Herald, March 4, 1920, Vol. 24, No. 26

"French Memorial Death Certificates were mailed out by the local Post of the American Legion to the following, whose names were given as being the next of kin to the soldier or sailor who died in service:

Peter Henegan, Hamer
William McRae, Sr., Dillon
Mrs. Leroy Bethea, Dillon
Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, Dillon
Dr. J. H. David, Dillon
Mrs. Sarah Britt
Katie Hightower, Dillon
Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, Dillon
Rose Harris, Little Rock
Mr. Edge Smith, Fork
Vaun Bruton, Hamer
Fred Crook, May
Mrs. Wennie May Wilkes, Mallory
Rufus Nichols, Lake View
Mrs. Alice Rogers, Dillon, R. 3
Mr. Geo. R. Campbell, Hamer
Neal Bethea, Dillon
N. E. McQueen, Dillon
Lear Covington, Dillon
Tracey T. Cottingham, Dillon
Henry F. Proctor, Dillon. R. 1
J. M. McDowell, Dillon, box 463
John H. Foster, Little Rock
J. W. Williams, Lake View.

It was intended that these certificates be presented at a public meeting but on account of the influenza situation this could not be done. The local Post therefore mailed the certificates to each of the above addresses."

Transcription of newspaper article courtesy of Helen Moody, 2002

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