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Re: death soldier
Posted by: Preben Nissen (ID *****0102) Date: April 14, 2010 at 17:24:15
In Reply to: Re: death soldier by C. Fronzek of 9053

I did go back in my record to see what it say, it say he is born in 1885 and died as a US soldier in WWI about 30 year old, so I believe if US first enter WWI in 1917, he may have died in 1917 or 1918.
He name in Denmark were Niels Bless Øhlenschlæger,
When he enter US in New York in 1904 is his name Niels Bless Ohlenschlager, but if you try to find him on Ellisisland.org is it in the Manifest Niels Bless Øhlenschlæger, if you go to this site
http://www.ellisisland.org/search/ship_passengers.asp?letter=l&half=2&sname=Lucania&year=1904&sdate=03/05/1904&port=Liverpool&page=14
is it Neils Bliss Ohlenschlays, he is no 675, so there are different spelling of his name, but I will really like to know if he were in the military and died in WWI

Thank you

Preben Nissen


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