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James Joseph Byrne


Byrne, James

k-Byrne, James Joseph. Married; Driver and Maritime Worker (SUP); CP; received passport# 362966 on January 22, 1937, 27 years old; Sailed January 28, 1937 aboard the Aquitania; Arrived in Spain February 11, 1937; Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, Jarama, ambulance driver; Killed in action April 27, 1937, Jarama.

Source: SACB, Americans, Americans and Canadians, Naomi Myles (wife of James Byrne) to Adolph Ross.

Photograph: NMU's The Pilot, "They Died That Democracy Might Live, July 2, 1937, p. 9. 

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Last Name Byrne
First/Middle Name James Joseph
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