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Boston, MA High School of Commerce Faculty, Students & Alumni Killed in World War I
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CORBETT, WILLIAM B., Second Lieutenant, 101st Infantry, A. E. F. Fell near D'Omont Woods at Verdun.
KELLY, FRANK P., C. A. C.
MAHONEY, JAMES R., Lieutenant, Q. M. C. Died November 11, 1918
ABBOT, EDMUND B. (1915), Corporal, U. S. A. Died October 1, 1918, Camp Johnston
ANDREWS, PAUL F. (ex. 1912), U. S. A., A. E. F., Killed in action October, 1918
CAMERON, ANGUS A. ( ex. 1915) U. S. A.
CROWLEY, JOSEPH J. (1912) Quartermaster Sergeant, Base Hospital. Died October 7, 1918
DENTON, GORDON (1916), Corporal, 101st Artillery A. E. F. Fell October 31, 1918, Death Valley, Verdun.
DONOVAN, JOHN (1911), Despatch runner, 58th Infantry. Wounded by shell fragment during Meuse-Argonne offensive, attempting to procure water for members of his squad. Died from wound Dec. 19, 1919. Awarded victory medal for "Aisne-Marne," "St. Mihiel," "Meuse-Argonne," and Defensive sector.
DUFFIE, ARTHUR (1915), 102d Machine Gun Bn. Transferred to 101st F. A., A. E. F.
FRANK, FREDERICK (ex. 1914), Canadian Signal Corps. Died from wounds Oct. 28, 1918 at Letroport, France.
HANLON, FRANK S. (ex. 1919), U. S. A., A. E. F. Killed in action July 15, 1918
HENRY, ANDREW A. (ex. 1913), Sergeant, 14th Machine Gun Bn. Killed in action October 12, 1918
HESFORD, WILLIAM (ex. 1920), Welsh Fusiliers (British). Killed in action at Chateau-Thierry, September 15, 1918
HIRSHOVITZ, MAX (1917), Corporal, 104th Infantry, A. E. F. Killed in action August 5, 1918.
JAMES, EDWARD (ex. 1918). U. S. Marine Corps. Killed in skirmish with bandits in San Domingo
JOHNSON, FRANCIS L. (ex. 1916), U. S. A. Died April 25, 1919
KANE, FRANK G. (1913), 104th Infantry, A. E. F. Killed in action at Apremont, April 13, 1918
KLINE, GEORGE (ex. 1917), Canadian Volunteers. Killed in action November 14, 1917, after eight months in trenches
McCORMACK, RALPH L (1914), Ensign, U. S. N. R. F., Air Service. Drowned in Pensacola Bay, February 7, 1919
McLAUGHLIN, GEORGE (1909), Chief Yeoman, U. S. N. R. F. Died in service, September, 1918
PETTS, ROBERT (ex. 1916), U. S. N. R. F. Died in service
POHL, WILLIAM (1913), 103d Infantry, A. E. F. Killed in action at Chateau-Thierry July 30, 1918
SHEA, WALTER (ex. 1916), U. S. A., Air Service. Killed January, 1918
WORKMAN, GEORGE P. (1918), S. A. T. C. Died of influenza, November, 1918
The Boston High School of Commerce in the World War, 1921