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Friday, January 25, 2008

Oxford County Soldiers Who Died in World War I

Source: W. M. Haulsee, F. G. Howe, A. C. Doyle, comp., Soldiers of the Great War, vol. 1 (Washington, D. C.: Soldiers Record Publishing Assoc., 1920), pp. 431ff.

Surnames and forenames have been switched to facilitate searching.
KILLED IN ACTION.

Corporals.
Luvelle E. McAlister, Norway.

Privates.
Austin J. Appleton, Carmel.

Lucien L. Arsenault, Mexico.

Harry V. Bradbury, North Waterford.

Antimo Colantoni, Mexico.

Ralph B. Frost, North Bethel.

John L. Levine, Mexico.

Veto Parise, Rumford.

Thomas A. Rossi, Rumford.

Ralph W. Shirley, Fryeburg.

Oscar Valley, South Paris.

Walter Zewark, Rumford Falls.


DIED OF DISEASE.

Chauffeur.
Arthur B. Manning, North Waterford.

Nurse.
Frances E. Bartlett, Andover.

Privates.
Josiah M. Estes, West Sumner.

Stanislas Gagonon, Hebron.

Edmund M. Harlow, Norway.

Ernest N. Holmquist, Rumford.

Earl L. Maxim, Locke Mills.

John W. McCleary, Rumford.

Ralph O. Millett, Norway.

Fred A. Pearson, Buckfield.

Alfred P. Rock, South Paris.

Sergeants.
Arthur S. Foster, South Paris.

Napoleon Willette, Rumford.

Corporals.
Harold A. Jackson, Bryant's Pond.

Harry M. Nightingale, Rumford.

Privates.
David I. Chase, Rumford Falls.

Joseph J. Farrell, Rumford.

Carroll G. Herrick, Norway.

Wilder E. Marston, Canton.

Charles H. Merrill, Hebron.

Alfred P. Rock, South Paris.

William S. Silver, Woodstock.

William H. Stone, Norway.


DIED OF ACCIDENT.

Privates.
Elmer D. Anderson, Oxford.

John Bernard, Mexico.

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