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■ ci - ar ENCE OLIVER
IBBMB Co^°n ;: mT Ttk! 1 | Crßn,,U 7'( k Ca V°" Son Of Mr. and Mr. 11. 11. H .vrr. f'-n man.
tr lv’ I , I h, ’ od V re ( nn ' , 1 ( hr, ‘ ,, " n M<A >—> at find. Hivrr, Harford I H 2
IQgffigH Yrnglmg. VU educated at the ( ranbury Pub- Md.. December 11, 1896. He wa, educated
llc bch ° ol and a membrr of tor Leister’s I.uth- at Tome Institute and the Maryland ( cl-
Pran hur<h of ( arroll County. At the out- l*ge; was a member of .St. Georye s Episcopal I j|,
■ of the wir with Germany, he left his Churr h of Perryman. When war was declared
I plow in the held to fight for his country and He R ave U P His college studies to fight for his
B ,n une ’ 1 9 1 8i entered for training at Camp country, joining the I S. Marine F orps in
Meade where he was assigned us member of 1 was Hr-t f:cnt training at
the 32nd Machine Gun Battalion. He was taken 1 ano and then to Quantiro where he !
■ *‘ Lk antl ,lle I luapilal nt Camp ?“*, mk '“V *?o T ‘ r " ! '” i; ‘" f,
Mead- on W.-da (Mob.-, 22. 1918; hi. C ' ’ “I'!." 1 '?*
k ■ ■Ca „ member of Company C, Ilth Regiment,
r T, ,a ; nS Wrrc lmr '" l at Church, Car- which parti.ipated ,n ,ome of th- holtct U- ;! il
roU Cou tie. (ouch, on
I Born in Baltimore. July 7. 1897. and with Son of Dr. and Mr-, KR.V. v. who was
RMifl nlved r< t n,S SallT rBO h ' ?3n Ma^U h ' Ren,haw ’ educated at the I'ul.m S, h of B ' re (3
moved to Salisbury in 1908. When war was r , , , ~ fd
mSHM declared he enlisted at Baltimore in the Navy County. He .' up h. Mu oe.
BBwSKISWW and wa. sent to Newport, R. I. Ho was in line jomms the Army amt am-i t->r ..worn with 11 ! £
HHKH for promotion for active quartermaster, which ,he 313th Infantry He mu h at Ei
He was to receive two days before his death; Chateau Thierry. St. Mihi. I, IH'ircourt. unci M
He being washed overboard May 22, 1917, just three days after receiving His con.mission | V
gffffSSHjngsHlWßl while sending signals and never rescued Was as lieutenant he was wounded at the Ha tie of S
*He first man, soldier or sailor, to lose his life Verdun. He tomes of fighting stock, his two |lj
?| ter * W^ r Wa * def Hired. He was assigned on the great-grandfathers ha\ing fought n tr, Kcv - K
Constellation, Boxes, Tonapah, Ozark luftbnary War and H.a grand;., her of the Lon- jit I
M i Horn ton, Which was engaged in hunting federate Army was killed at the bar.ie o |J Ij I'MjUjhj h
submarines and mines on the southern coast. Petersburg, Va.
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l!uhr v< >F v's ex<i( 1 size at portraits and sketches, iil.so paqc arrangement
All, Iron 'u i;. 1 io i i private, are equally eligible for hone r ahle position in this
War Record Portrait Collection
It is the but of til,* no.Tr.nt ivl i to a ' iti tv tor representation—at once—il the Man in the service is unable to attend to
this in person. It is important . ■ 'a mto sic ipon lb dr return that the homefolks have shown the highest aniirecuition of their
1 his is What You Receive
A .Minch photograph of yo ir fighting man in the War Portrait History of “Cecil County’s Own";
A 100-word dt i Option of his record in the service, written hv one of our editors;
A copy of the handsome khaki > mnd War Portrait History of “Cecil Countv’s Own."
Ihe cost of this History Service is ss.oo—You pay only $2.50 now with vour reservation, and 52.50
when you receive the book.
Send Your Photograph at Once to the Office of the Cecil Whig
If you have no photograph now, at least M \K ■; VOUR RESERVATION IMMEDIATELY and send photograph later, as the
many orders being received from all parts of the county necessitate a vast amount of work in the compilation.
If you are waiting for a photograph, or a more satisfactory one than you now have, do not delay in advising us, in order that
the proper position can be reserved for your boy in these histories.
Will Gloriously Perpetuate with INDIVIDUAL PORTRAITS and SKETCHES
I.t.t ttliKi. W.KTJ.N M.IKII.A.NU, iATLKUAV, JI’LV 12. 1919.
the splendid achievements, heroic sacrifices and de
votion to duty of the men who went from our
midst to serve their country during its greatest
crisis, now being compiled with the co-operation of
This Distinctive Volume is published for the
personal possession of the men themselves, the fam
ilies of the men, our public libraries and all others
interested in the cherished annals of this liberty
loving community.
A Book of Unusual Attrac
tiveness and Durability
! his in ’-I valuable historical production will appeal (o all as
', a ' lh ' ! l lilt ini; memorial, tor the preservation in permanent
r tie individual portraits and record,, of the l le.wer of
( ecil Coniiiv's Man Power, a the greatest of wars. \ memorial
' t 0 itwl :l tonally, perhaps at some distant spot, but
e th" home ai d eve,- available for each member of the
present family group as well a- the ..’her genet at ions to follow.
I ach subscript inn inrlud.ys the puhlicalion of a portrait with
Ueich of the man to he represented and m copy of (he l:ok.
I hi- volume will present an exeelle. i appearance, printed on
11 ’ h rrade of dnrahle paper, png. . Bxl2 in., handsomely
■mnd with a long-wearing khaki-cdere.l ■ th. gold trimmed
10 \or.
•' !l niS a shaped and me :! inches deep The
skeU-hts 1 ••I.yinj.. cuts cover all of tlu interest ing points of
the record you may con-id, desirable to he featured, a- shown
on the da . blank printed on this pace. Sketches limited (o 10(1
word:-. ,r portraits with ketches are arranged on page.
Every PublloSpirSted
Man and Woman
-Imu’d h'ghly .. 1 1 the stow ire the (TKTI. WIIKI . p.o (Vrmlhg
>" Ti” prode.-tion .1' Our History. This nape . on. • ■ , for
llcir ‘V ■ itt d with large idea and the pra ti. a! < . uli mof
them, saw the exh ten f a wide demand for thepres i it lon it
d ui! portrait records ol the nun who had an-weied linir
eon: try’s -all ai u a. w olfc r s a plat t h . a. , xehisive War
Port rail History of our ow n.
Interesting Portraits & Bkelth.es
will represent the men conned •<! with ,\<r\ branch cl the -rr
ticc. Ihe officers and men who went overseas, those detailed for
servic*’ at home stations the ollirers and men of the Navy, the
\ \ i:U ion ( orps. the heroes who made the full s.crlliee. those who
died I root ueeideal and disease, the wool ded and missing.
t and end at once 1 THK CKOII- WHIG.
I hereby authorize the (mhlii-atlon in tlu Wet Histories of
the -Men ..I Mary la; .1 who have served I •s mi the portrait of
. and am sending ■ lu-l-.-.-.i (he amount t.. v . pay-nun :of the
; cost of portrait with sketch and re cop;, of tin ■. ok containing
; photograph of same.
1 am also giving matter below from which skt 'cii is p, ho
I written.
; Name
; I late and place of birth
■ Name, of Parents
•S Kdu ati nal Institutions attended
i (Tnitvh and I 'rater: a! alli'iat n
Place and date when joining the colors
“ The Branch of Service with which connected
; The places of Training
1 .’resent Rank, Station, Ktc
; Other data coveiing record in the service
Authorized by (Name)
Reservation must he made immediately.

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