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19351 Raiford, William Kenneth (I181896)
19352 wrote a long poem, "Ode Anniversaire Pour Le 4 de Juillet, 1825." It was published in the original French in the Courier, Monday, 4 JUL 1825, p. 2, col. 5. An English translation appeared in the Mercury of 4 JUL 1825. Ménard, Pons (I8507)
19353 wrote him a letter. Never heard of Leigh L. Kimball~ Lapier, Charles (I166672)
19354 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I149052)
19355 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I149057)
19356 WW II Beech, Sid (I114794)
19357 WW II Mason, Webber L. (I136762)
19358 WW II Stinson, Lawrence Clifton (I145474)
19359 WW II Veteran Childress, LLoyd Krudolph (I30439)
19360 WW II Veteran Miller, Lester Ray (I81434)
19361 WW II Veteran Thurston, William L. (I118866)
19362 WW II Veteran Ivey, Lenard E. (I126770)
19363 WWI veteran Goodwin, Sidney (I1394)
19364 WWI, WWII, and Korean War Casualty Listings
about John Henry Brooks
Name: John Henry Brooks
Birth Date: 1929
Birth City: Bertie
State Registered: North Carolina

Death Date: 12 Dec 1950
Death Country: Korea
Death Description: Missing in Action - Presumed Dead

War: Korean War
Title: CORPORAL, U.S. Army
RANK: Corporal
Service: U.S. Army
Service ID: 14281343
Notes: Corporal Brooks was a member of Company M, 3rd Battalion, 31st Infantry Regiment, 7th Infantry Division. He was listed as Missing in Action while fighting the enemy in North Korea on December 12, 1950. He was presumed dead onDecember 31, 1953. Corporal Brooks was awarded the Purple Heart, the Combat Infantryman's Badge, the Korean Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, the National Defense Service Medal, the Korean Presidential Unit Citation and theRepublic of Korea War Service Medal.
Data Source: Korean War Veterans Honor Roll  
Brooks, John Henry Jr. (I214815)
19365 WWII Byrum, James Edward (I172776)
19366 WWII Todd, Garvin Glenn (I178215)
19367 WWII Cowand, George Clay (I185637)
19368 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I170920)
19369 Wypych, Anna - Wypych, Anna (nee Rogala), beloved wife of the late Mieczyslaw, loving mother of nine, dear grandmother and great-grandmother of many. Funeral Wednesday, March 2, 2005, ...
Published in the Chicago Sun-Times on 3/1/2005. 
Rogala, Anna (I170298)
19370 Y. D. Tanner was born blind and deaf. Tanner, Y. D. (I72966)
19371 Yale student. passport to europe. Lawyer Kimball, Chase (I165263)
19372 Year 1723 and place of Berwick are also given. Warren, Elizabeth (I829)
19373 Year actually given as 1628, but as it conflicted with the Christening date, I changed it. 1628 could be the correct year for both. Porter, James (I20892)
19374 Year entry of 0165 is deleted. Dixon, William Thomas (I130636)
19375 Year given as 1801/7. IGI has middle name, has date 18 AUG 1801, and gives place as Loudon Township, Merrimack, New Hampshire. Goodwin, Furber Allen (I23)
19376 Year not certain; age 85 or 86 in 1980 Aimar, Edna Earl (I8233)
19377 Year of birth given as OCT 1861, same year as brother James born in NOV 1861. John is listed first, just before sister Frances born in 1854. Parents were married in 1850. I conclude the year for john's birth should be 1851, not 1861.MNGJrMD 13 JUN 2003 Hopkins, John Chappell (I20312)
19378 Year was given as 1883 which I interpret as a transcription error. MNGJrMD Jordan, Sarah (I108365)
19379 years he was styled 'Husbandman.' Lovejoy, Deacon William (I154406)
19380 Yellow Fever Lewis, Martha Ellen (I65904)
19381 Yellow Fever Thomas, Micajah (I72161)
19382 Yellow Fever Pipkins, James (I79967)
19383 Yellow Fever Brown, Chester Vardamin (I113157)
19384 Yellow Fever Brown, Cornelia Arnelia (I113160)
19385 Yellow Fever Cherry, Winney Zilphia (I116702)
19386 Yellow Fever Rester, Hiram (I125518)
19387 York Daily Record (PA) - December 3, 1994
Deceased Name: Thomas B. Cooke Retired Civil Engineer
HANOVER Thomas Blacknall Cooke, 85, of 400 Deerfield Drive, Hanover, died Wednesday at Hanover Hall Nursing Center. He was the husband of Gladys M. Cooke.

The service will be private. Burial will be in Parklawn Cemetery, Rockville, Md. The Cremation Society of Pennsylvania, 4100 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg, is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Cooke was a retired civil engineer for the federal government. He was a graduate of William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va., and George Washington University, Washington, D.C., and a U.S. Air Force veteran of World War II. He wasa member of All Saints Episcopal Church of Hanover, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8896 of East Berlin, the Elks Hanover Chapter Lodge 763, and a life member of National Association of Retired Federal Employees of Hanover.

Mr. Cooke also is survived by a son, Thomas B. Cooke of Maryland; and a granddaughter.

Memorial contributions may be made to York County Blind Center, 1380 Spahn Ave., York 17403. 11-30-94

York Daily Record (PA)
Date: December 3, 1994
Edition: 00
Page: 04 
Cooke, Thomas Blacknall IV (I230800)
19388 York is the probable birth place Grant, Thomas (I7326)
19389 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I209378)
19390 young Blunt, John (I111751)
19391 young Revell, Randall (I150881)
19392 young Revell, Ballard (I150882)
19393 young Tuttle, Charles H (I153947)
19394 young Tuttle, Jonathan A (I153948)
19395 young Goodwin, Gideon (I154957)
19396 young Frost, Asa (I157614)
19397 young Frost, Percis (I157663)
19398 young Leighton, Elizabeth (I158812)
19399 young Frost, Alvah E. (I159080)
19400 young Frost (I160135)

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