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NEW ENGLANDERS RELEASED
A Number of Men from this Section Among 265  Americans Who Reach France from German Camps
Washington, Jan. 4-The War Department announced yesterday the names of one officer and 264 enlisted men of the American Expeditionary Forces, who have arrived in France after being released from the German prison camps at Rastatt. The officer is Lieutenant Don R. Harris of Arden, N.C. The enlisted men from New England are:
MARTONE, Michele, New Haven, Conn.
MURPHY, Earl E., Hartford, Conn.
DAY, George F., Somerville, Mass.
DELAYNEY, Edward C., Providence, R.I.
MANNING, Michael J., Bellows Falls, Vt.
DAVIS, Harry R., Bellows Falls, Vt.
CHARDY, Joseph E., Quincy, Mass.
DI DONNA, Raffale, Bristol, R.I.
DONOVAN, Williams, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
CAHILL, Williams P., Woodbury, Conn.
BELL, John A., Lawrence, Mass.
BERGMAN, Harold A., New Haven, Conn.
HAWLEY, George L., Hartford, Conn.
BISNOVICH, Israel, Waterbury, Conn.
McWHIRK, Harry F., Dorchester, Mass.
MAHER, Leo A., Dorchester, Mass.
ANDREWS, Warren L., Meriden, Conn.
MARRON, Hugh P., Norwalk, Conn.
McNAMARA, Joseph M., New Haven, Conn.
McCARTIN,John, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
DONAHADIAN, George B., Newton Upper Falls, Mass.
KIRK, Thomas J., Medford, Mass.
SUDOCK, Carl, New Haven, Conn.
MARTINELLI, Pasco, Simmondsville, R.I.
LAMERE, Lee W., Lakeport, N.H.
OUELLETTE, Oliver, Lyndonville, Vt.
MAYNARD, Albert J., New Haven, Conn.
SWANSON, Harry, Waverley, Mass.
D'ANNA, Joseph, New Milford, Conn.
LITCH, Williams A., Lynn, Mass.
POPE, Edward M., Hardwick, Vt.
OAKLEY, John L., Hartford, Conn.
CAMPOTARO, Angelo, Derby, Conn.
LAW, Raymond F., West Haven, Conn.
FERRARA, Giacomo, Hingham, Mass.
NAVY AS GOOD AS BRITAIN'S
Our Enlisted Personnel Superior, Admiral
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