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Douglass, Justus (Mr. & Mrs.) - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Sitman of South Third street left Wednesday at noon for Devan, Pa., been called there on account of the serious illness of our townsman’s father, Mr. William Sitman, Sr., who is confined to a hospital in that section.  The aged gentleman is almost ninety years old and for some time past has been making his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Douglass at Devan.  His illness is such as to cause his friends much apprehension.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for Justus M. Douglass.
You can visit the memorial page for Margaret [Sitman] Douglass.

Sitman, William Sr. - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Sitman of South Third street left Wednesday at noon for Devan, Pa., been called there on account of the serious illness of our townsman’s father, Mr. William Sitman, Sr., who is confined to a hospital in that section.  The aged gentleman is almost ninety years old and for some time past has been making his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Douglass at Devan.  His illness is such as to cause his friends much apprehension.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for William Sitman Sr.

Sitman, Harry D. - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Sitman of South Third street left Wednesday at noon for Devan, Pa., been called there on account of the serious illness of our townsman’s father, Mr. William Sitman, Sr., who is confined to a hospital in that section.  The aged gentleman is almost ninety years old and for some time past has been making his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Douglass at Devan.  His illness is such as to cause his friends much apprehension.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, James E. III - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, of Baltimore, Md., are enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.  They brought with them their baby boy, James E. Williamson 3rd, who is paying his first visit to his grandparents.  Needless to say, that there is much rejoicing in the Williamson home.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, Jack - 1943

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, of Baltimore, Md., are enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.  They brought with them their baby boy, James E. Williamson 3rd, who is paying his first visit to his grandparents.  Needless to say, that there is much rejoicing in the Williamson home.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Thompson, James - 1943

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Miss Annie Thompson of North Tuckahoe street left Monday for Harrisburg, where she is employed in defense work.  She also has two brothers in the navy, James, chief pharmacist mate overseas, James Thompson in training at University of Pennsylvania, as aviation cadet.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Thompson, Annie - 1943

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Miss Annie Thompson of North Tuckahoe street left Monday for Harrisburg, where she is employed in defense work.  She also has two brothers in the navy, James, chief pharmacist mate overseas, James Thompson in training at University of Pennsylvania, as aviation cadet.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, James G. - 1943

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Cadet James G. Williamson, a student at Valley Forge Military Acadamy, <sic> who recently advanced to corporal, is enjoying a vacation at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

You can visit the memorial page for James G. Williamson.

Williamson, J. E. - 1943

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Miss Louise Williamson of the Williamsport Junior Dickinson college is enjoying a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6


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Cadet James G. Williamson, a student at Valley Forge Military Acadamy, <sic> who recently advanced to corporal, is enjoying a vacation at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6


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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williamson, of Baltimore, Md., are enjoying a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.  They brought with them their baby boy, James E. Williamson 3rd, who is paying his first visit to his grandparents.  Needless to say, that there is much rejoicing in the Williamson home.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Williamson, Louise - 1943

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Miss Louise Williamson of the Williamsport Junior Dickinson college is enjoying a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williamson on East Fifth street.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Focht, Gerald E. - 1943

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Mrs. J. L. Focht of Bellvue avenue, returned last week from Rome, N. Y., where she visited her son Mr. Gerald E. Focht and family.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6

Focht, J. L. (Mrs.) - 1943

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Mrs. J. L. Focht of Bellvue avenue, returned last week from Rome, N. Y., where she visited her son Mr. Gerald E. Focht and family.
~ Bellwood Bulletin, 25-Mar-1943, Page 1, Column 6