Remarks of Hon. Henry W. Keyes of New Hampshire, In the Senate of the United States, Monday, September 30, 1929. A list furnished by the Quartermaster General of the soldiers who enlisted from New Hampshire in the World War who made the supreme sacrifice for their country and who lie interred in permanent cemeteries in Europe. Shows rank and organization, along with cemetery, grave, row and block.
Names in this online transcription include Bacon, Badger, Bailey, Beauclerk, Bemis, Blair, Borland, Bouley, Brennan, Brewster, Brunell, Bush, Call, Carey, Carignan, Clark, Clougherty, Coffey, Connell, Cooper, Cote, Covey, Cox, Cram, Currie, Doran, Dougherty, Dusannki, Dutton, Eastman, Emerson, Estes, Ferguson, Fifield, Finlayson, Fitzwilson, Flynn, Fortier, Fountain, Frost, Fuller, Garrett, Gould, Goyer, Griggs, Haas, Harpell, Harriman, Hartshorn, Hassotis, Heath, Hill, Holland, Holmes, Hooper, Humiston, Jacob, Johns, Johnson, Kalivas, Kameras, Karveles, Kelley, King, Kubicki, La Bounty, LaGasse, Larendeau, Lavigne, Lemay, Lemire, Lemke, Lorick, MacInnis, Makris, Masevich, Maxwell, McLaughlin, Meade, Melnik, Merrill, Miller, Minatt, Moore, Moriarty, Moulton, Murphy, Niding, O'Clair, Parent, Parr, Partridge, Payson, Pierce, Prauman, Provencher, Raza, Reddington, Reid, Ricciardi, Richards, Roleau, Roy, Semonian, Southmayd, St. Hilaire, Staples, Stefanski, Sullivan, Tatro, Thomas, Weld, Wheeler, Whittier, Wilson, Wouters.
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