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Farnam, Eugene A

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Grand Forks County (North Dakota) in the World War (World War I), The Page Printerie Inc, Grand Forks, North Dakota, approx 1920

Eugene A Farnam

Private Sanitary Train, 350th Field Hospital; second son of Robert E Farnam of Inkster, ND, to give life in the service; born at Cornland, Illinois on May 30, 1891; entered service June 24, 1918 and assigned to Sanitary Train of 88th Division; overseas in August, 1918; and served with his division in France in Vosgges sector; stricken with the dread influenza and died on Oct 7, 1918, place unknown. Private Farnam was married to Miss Bernice Casney and besides his widow leaves one daughter Myrtle E Farnam.

See his brother's record Marshall R Farnam who also died in the war.

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