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OWEN GREEN / Civilian POW Ruhleben 1914-1918
Posted by: Melissa Zagrzebski (ID *****3741) Date: February 14, 2013 at 21:11:13
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Hello, I am looking for more information about OWEN GREEN (how did he end up here, how did he die, where is a death certificate, etc) than what I found here:

"Owen Green is listed in the surviving register from Barrack 5 at Ruhleben (register number 2), recorded by Neville Stanley Wilkinson in approximately 1916. In the register, Green is recorded as having been born on November 3rd 1892 in Walthamstow, and is described as having been a correspondent prior to his internment. His home address was 41 Myddleton Road, Bowes Park, N. At the time the register was recorded, Green was noted as staying in loft B, having been there since transferring from Barrack 23 on September 15th 1915. Green was moved to Lazarett on August 9th, where he eventually died, on September 8th 1917."

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