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Francis Daly

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k-Daly, Francis. b. June 18, 1905, Glasgow, Scotland; Scottish American; High school education; Single; Carpenter; Anti-fascist; Domicile Worchester, Massachusetts; Sailed april 28, 1937 aboard the President Harding; Served with the XV BDE, 24th/59th BN after recovering from wounds in summer 1937; Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion, Served at Fuentes de Ebro; Killed in action October 13, 1937, Fuentes de Ebro.

 

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