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World War II
NH Prisoners Who Died in Captivity

Ash, Wesley
Balukevicuis, Waldo
Bodnar, Stanley, L.
Brokenshire, Herbert C.
Browne, Charles J.
Chase, Robert P.
Corcoran, James L.
Corliss, Irving A.
Crandall, Robert W.
Cuss, John A.
Douglass, Francis M.
Edwards, Houston E.
Falardeau, Robert C.
Gay, Burt C.
Gervais, Joseph F.
Gilbert, James W.
Hall, George W.
Hall, Robert S.
Henson, Dudley A.
Hodgkins, Jr., Ray K.
Leighton, Harry R.

Lemelin, Albert L.
Lund, Elliott R.
Marston, William H.
Maynard, Roland J.
McLaughlin, Patrick T.
Nourse, Jonas E.
Packard, Henry H.
Papienuk, Adolph S.
Pease, Jr., Harl
Picard, James J.
Pierce, Charles R.
Pineau, Austin J.
Prescott, Paul H.
Rivet, Louis J.
Rush, Douglass B.
Ryder, John F.
St. Laurent, Joseph N.
Stearns, Frederick A.
Sullivan, Josheph A.
Young, Peter M.

28 Purple Hearts to be awarded posthumously

New Hampshire World War II Casualties



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