11 November 2010


Since Veteran's Day has is its origins with the conclusion of World War 1, here are a few graves of men who died overseas for that war.

From Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Syracuse:

Wilfred Wickliffe Porter Jr
1st Lieut. Co B 305th MGB USA
Feb 23 1888 - Aug 20 1918
"In France"

Harold Greene Porter MD
Lieut (jg) Medical Corps USNRF
US Naval Hospital Chelsea Mass
Aug 20 1893 - Sept 10 1918

From Oakwood Cemetery, Syracuse:

 Leonard A. Smith
1897 - 1918
1st. Class Private
Co. C. 106th N.Y. Inf. 27th Div.
Died in France

Edward M. Casey
Born March 21st 1894
Machine Gun Co. 30th Infantry
Killed in action October 19, 1918
Meuse-Argonne Offensive, France

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