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World War I
On June 20-21, 1919 a Citizens' Reception was held in Chester to "honor the Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Nurses of Chester, PA and vicinity on their return from the World War 1914-1919."
Joe Carpenter, email@example.com, has contributed two pictures of the parade held on this occasion.
The following lists of names are taken from the program book for the reception:
Killed, Died of Disease and Missing, Wounded, Gassed and Prisoners
The Honor Roll: Roster of Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Nurses of Chester and vicinity who served in the Great War.
- B - C - D
- E - F - G - H - I
- J - K - L - M - Mc
N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y - Z
Nurses - Red Cross Canteen (Overseas)
Note (quoted from the original program book): Despite all efforts to secure a complete list of those in the several branches of the United States service, this roster is not complete.
See the Chester Times' November 13, 1933
account of the Dedication of Chester's World War I Memorial on
November 11, 1933.
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This page last updated 10/18/05