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Biggers, Thomas Calvin: 1942 Death Record
Biggers, Thomas Calvin: 1942 Death Record
 
 
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Biggers, William Franklin: 1917 WWI Draft Card
Biggers, William Franklin: 1917 WWI Draft Card
 
 
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Biggs, Warren Otis: 1953 Report of Interment
Biggs, Warren Otis: 1953 Report of Interment
 
 
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Biggs, Warren: 1920 Passport Application
Biggs, Warren: 1920 Passport Application
 
 
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Biggs, Warren: 1922 Manifest Philadelphia
Biggs, Warren: 1922 Manifest Philadelphia
 
 
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Biggs, Warren: 1943 Divorce from Minnie
Biggs, Warren: 1943 Divorce from Minnie
 
 
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Bishop, John M: 1918 WWI Draft Card
Bishop, John M: 1918 WWI Draft Card
 
 
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Bishop, John M: 1942 WWII Draft Card
Bishop, John M: 1942 WWII Draft Card
 
 
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Bishop, John M: 1942 WWII Draft Card back
Bishop, John M: 1942 WWII Draft Card back
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944 Missing Aircrew Crew Report #4685
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944 Missing Aircrew Crew Report #4685
After departing Army Air Force Station F-356. at Debden, England, the 334th Fighter Squadron flew over the English Channel to strafe an airdrome near Saint Dizier, France. While "Flying line abreast, in No. 3 position to Lt. Blanchfield, we dove (at 1000 hours) onto the airfield, coming over the field in a dive from 200 feet down. I believe Lt. Blanchfield was shooting at a Flak Tower, as was his No. 2. I was shooting at hangers and buildings and didn’t see Lt. Blanchfield get hit, but as I passed the field I saw his plane streaming white smoke and he pulled up to about 3,000 feet, very slowly; on a course of 240 degrees from the field. His jacket was covered with oil which also covered the side of the aircraft. He seemed to have lost both his oil and glycol and the engine was detonating violently as he climbed out of the cockpit, as the aircraft rolled in a half roll to the left. His radio seemed to have been shot out also, but he was using both hands and making signs and seemed to be unhurt. When he left the aircraft it was going about 150 mph and his parachute opened almost immediately. He landed in a small woods but we didn’t stay around to see him get out because he was near a small town and we didn’t want to attract attention to him."
/s/
Frank E. Speer
2nd Lt., A.C.
Pilot 
 
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Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944; 334th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Group, 8th Air Force
Blanchfield, Herbert: 1944; 334th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Group, 8th Air Force
"Captain Herbert Blanchfield of the 334th fighter Squadron, claimed 4.333 strafing kills within days of receiving his P-51B Mustang in early April 1944. He was shot down in P-51D Mustang 42-106767, during a strafing attack on a flak tower at Reims-Champagne airfield. Although initially evading capture, Blanchfield was eventually found by the Gestapo, and he spent the rest of the war as a POW."
AmericanAirMuseum.com.

Air Medal with 1 oak leaf cluster
Distinguished Flying Cross with 1 oak leaf cluster
European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal
Prisoner of War Medal
World War II Victory Medal

 
 
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Blanchfield, Thomas: 1918 WWI Draft Card
Blanchfield, Thomas: 1918 WWI Draft Card
 
 
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Blay, Charles William:  1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
Blay, Charles William: 1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
 
 
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Bleazard, Harry H: 1926 Atchison City Directory
Bleazard, Harry H: 1926 Atchison City Directory
 
 
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Bobbitt, Felix M: 1924 Veterinary Service Pension
Bobbitt, Felix M: 1924 Veterinary Service Pension
 
 
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Bogar, Earl M: 1925 Texas Birth Certificate
Bogar, Earl M: 1925 Texas Birth Certificate
 
 
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Bogar, Mararite C: 1919 Texas Birth Certificate
Bogar, Mararite C: 1919 Texas Birth Certificate
 
 
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Bogar, Margarite Catherine: 1919 Texas Birth Certificate
Bogar, Margarite Catherine: 1919 Texas Birth Certificate
 
 
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Bolan, Timothy: 1942 WWII Draft Card
Bolan, Timothy: 1942 WWII Draft Card
 
 
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Boland, Timothy: 1917 WWI Draft Card
Boland, Timothy: 1917 WWI Draft Card
 
 
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Boland, Timothy: 1942 WWI Draft Card
Boland, Timothy: 1942 WWI Draft Card
 
 
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Boland, William: 1951 PA Veteran Compensation-1
Boland, William: 1951 PA Veteran Compensation-1
 
 
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Boland, William: 1951 PA Veteran Compensation-2
Boland, William: 1951 PA Veteran Compensation-2
 
 
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Boles, John Love 1952 Sons American Revolution Applications-v2
Boles, John Love 1952 Sons American Revolution Applications-v2
 
 
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Boles, John M: 1952 Obituary
Boles, John M: 1952 Obituary
 
 
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Bollinger, Donald Warren: 1942 Missouri license to marry
Bollinger, Donald Warren: 1942 Missouri license to marry
Susie M. Bleazard 
 
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Bolt, Andrew J: 1923 Texas Birth Certificate
Bolt, Andrew J: 1923 Texas Birth Certificate
 
 
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Bolt, Elizabeth Josephine: 1926 Texas Birth Index
Bolt, Elizabeth Josephine: 1926 Texas Birth Index
 
 
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Bolt, William Andrew: 1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
Bolt, William Andrew: 1917 WWI Draft Registration Card
 
 
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Bolton, Ellis: 1918 WWI Draft Card
Bolton, Ellis: 1918 WWI Draft Card
 
 
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Boozer, George Washington: 1949 Military Headstone Application
Boozer, George Washington: 1949 Military Headstone Application
 
 
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Boozer, George Washington: 1949 Military Headstone Application (back)
Boozer, George Washington: 1949 Military Headstone Application (back)
 
 
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Boquel Family Tree: circa 1970
Boquel Family Tree: circa 1970
Suzanne Carr prepared this tree from conversations with Veronica Ryan Boquel. 
 
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Boquel, Adelaide: 1922 Jersey City Directory
Boquel, Adelaide: 1922 Jersey City Directory
Adelaide, Florence, Frank, Joseph, Joseph W and Catherine were living at 27 Westervelt Place.
August, Cassie, Perry and Mildred were living at 544 Montgomery

 
 
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Boquel, Adele: 1893 Visiting Brothers
Boquel, Adele: 1893 Visiting Brothers
The 09 April 1893 edition of the Philadelphia Inqiuirer contained a a one-line entry that "Miss Adele Boquel, of Locust street (Bethlehem,PA) is visiting her brothers, in Jersey City." The brothers were likely her older brothers Francis (Frank) and Augustus (Gus). She was 25 at the time and would not marry Fred Shipman for another 7 years. 
 
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Boquel, Adele: 1900 Wedding
Boquel, Adele: 1900 Wedding
WEDDING BELLS
Frederick M. Shipman, High Bridge, N.J., and Miss Adele Boquel, town, were united in marriage at eleven o'clock this morning at the Holy Infancy parochial residence, Rev. Father Philip McEnroe officiating. The bride was attended by Miss Mary Bellew, as bridesmaid, and the groom was accompanied by Aaron Ward of High Bridge, as best man. A reception and feast followed at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Bridget Boquel, Locust street and Packer avenue. The bride is a highly respected and very accomplished young lady. The groom is a journeyman machinist and is employed in a large establishement at High Bridge. The couple will take up their residence at the latter place in a cozy home already prepared. 
 
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Boquel, Augustus: 1881 St. Louis City Directory
Boquel, Augustus: 1881 St. Louis City Directory
Augustus and two brothers were living at Steins near 2nd (street) in St Louis, MO. The mapping of Steins via Google maps is not near a 2nd street. 
 
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Boquel, Augustus: 1909 Jersey City Directory
Boquel, Augustus: 1909 Jersey City Directory
 
 
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Boquel, Bridget: 1900 Census
Boquel, Bridget: 1900 Census
 
 
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Boquel, Bridget: 1910 Census
Boquel, Bridget: 1910 Census
 
 
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Boquel, Florence: 1915 Fleur-de-Lis Club
Boquel, Florence: 1915 Fleur-de-Lis Club
Society Notes
Greenville
"The Fleur-de-Lis Club held a weekly meeting at the home of the vice-president, Miss F. Boquel. After the meeting singing, dancing and games were enjoyed after which refreshments were served. The members present were the Misses M. Connelly, president; F. Boquel, vice-president; E. Carbine, secretary; A. Rochford, treasurer; M. O 
 
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Boquel, Francis William: 1941 Manifest
Boquel, Francis William: 1941 Manifest
Francis Boquel, age 30, was manifested on the S.S. Algonquin sailing from San Juan, PR to the Port of New York. The trip lasted from July 13 to July 17, 1941. It does not appear that he traveled with anyone, although there are two other men traveling from PA.
WIKI: "Algonquin was built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Newport News, Virginia. She was yard number 317 and was launched on 9 September 1926 and completed in December that year.[1] Algonquin was built for the Clyde Mallory Line and her port of registry was New York.[2] On 18 December 1929, Algonquin was in collision with RMS Fort Victoria in the Ambrose Channel, off New York in thick fog. Fort Victoria was hit on the port side by the bows of Algonquin, which was on a voyage from Galveston, Texas to New York. Both ships issued distress calls and all on board Fort Victoria were rescued before that ship sank.[3] On 24 January 1935, the SS Mohawk was involved in a collision with the SS Talisman after her automatic steering gear failed. Mohawk sank within an hour. Algonquin and SS Limon rescued 107 survivors between them but 46 people were killed.[4]
In July 1940, Algonquin caught fire and sank while docked at New York. The ship was salvaged and repaired, then transferred to the Puerto Rico Line on return to service in 1941. In January 1942, she was requisitioned and put into service as a troopship.[5] 
 
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Boquel, Francis: 1895 Obituary
Boquel, Francis: 1895 Obituary
Francis Boquel an old time resident of the town and one of its first settlers passed away on last Saturday. The deceased was a resident of France and emigrated to this county thirty-five years ago. After landing to New York he soon obtained employment in a plate glass works after which the completion of the plant of the Lehigh Zinc Co., he relocated here. On March 13, 1865, he enlisted in the Regiment No. 88 of Penna Volunteers and was honorably discharged in the 30th of the following June. After his return home he was employed until 1869 at the zinc works after which he took up his residence in St. Louis, Mo., where he accepted a position. For several years past he has led a retired life and at his death was 68 years, 7 months, and 22 days of age. Besides his widow, five children, Joseph, Francis, August Peter, and Adele survive. The funeral will take place tomorrow and services will be held in the Church of the Holy Infancy. Interment will be made in St. Michael's Cemetery.
The Daily Globe 
 
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Boquel, Francis: 1941 Manifest
Boquel, Francis: 1941 Manifest
 
 
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Boquel, Francois: 1826-1895
Boquel, Francois: 1826-1895
 
 
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Boquel, Francois: 1854 Manifest
Boquel, Francois: 1854 Manifest
Francois Boquel is shown manifested aboard the ship Baron Osy en route from Antwerp, Belgium to London, England. The report to the Chief Officer of the Customs at the Port of London was made on the 26th of October, 1854. Francois indicated he was a native of France and was employed as a Banquier - a banker. There were only 3 aliens aboard. His relationship to this Boquel tree family is certainly unverified. 
 
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Boquel, Francois: 1873 St Louis City Directory
Boquel, Francois: 1873 St Louis City Directory
Francois worked for the Missouri Zinc Company while living on Sterns between 2nd and 3rd, Cardt 
 
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Boquel, Francois: 1875 City Directory
Boquel, Francois: 1875 City Directory
 
 
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Boquel, Francois: 1895 People Who Are Dead
Boquel, Francois: 1895 People Who Are Dead
In an odd column heading, two days following his death, Francis (sic) is listed in the Patriot as among the "People Who Are Dead". He was a zinc worker who died at the age of 69. 
 

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