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US World War 1 soldier from Kersey killed in action - Flanders Field
Posted by: Patrick Lernout (ID *****4366) Date: March 22, 2005 at 09:40:08
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Looking for information about and relatives of World War 1 soldier Joseph Wildfier (Wildfire). He was from Kersey and is buried in Flanders Field Cemetery in Belgium. He was killed in action October 31, 1918 ten days before the end of the war. Perhaps a Roll of Honor book of the county was made or something was published in the newspapers some time after his death ?
Purpose: writing a book about those forgotten WW1 soldiers in Flanders Field
Patrick Lernout Belgium
patrick.lernout@pandora.be



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