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IS DEAD ON FRENCH SOIL
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov 26-- The death of three American soldiers in France from various causes were announced today officially.
Private Joseph L. Boyce, infantry, died Nov. 11 from heart disease: emergency address, Lawrence Boyce, 50 Plank street, Pittston, Pa.
Bugler Marion F. Stoddard, infantry, died Nov. 16, accidental bullet wound: mother, Mrs. Georgia M. Stoddard, Silver Springs, N. Y.
Corporal Horace Foulds, headquarters company infantry, died Nov. 25, nephritis, emergency address, Harry Foulds, 313 Clinton Place, Newark, N. J.
Keywords/Tags: Private Joseph L. Boyce, Lawrence Boyce, Pittston PA, Bugler Marion F. Stoddard, Georgia M. Stoddard, Silver Springs NY, Corporal Horace Foulds, Harry Foulds, Newark NJ, WWI, war casualties, November 1917