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US World War 1 soldier – Levi S. Tenney Jr. - Flanders Field
Posted by: Patrick Lernout (ID *****4366) Date: July 07, 2004 at 11:12:42
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Looking for information about and relatives of World War 1 soldier Levi S. Tenney Jr. He was from Montclair, Essex County and is buried in Flanders Field Cemetery in Belgium. His mother’s name was Louise and she lived at 77, Plymouth Street. He was killed in action August 20, 1918. Perhaps a Roll of Honor book of the county was made ??
Patrick Lernout – Belgium
Purpose: writing a book about the forgotten soldiers of Flanders Field


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