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Joseph Francis Rehil


Rehil, Joseph Francis

Rehil, Joseph Francis. b. March 14, 1913, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Graduated from St. Barnard’s Parochial School in NYC then attended Mechanical Institute, Single, Clerk, CP May 1935, received passport# 365994 on February 2, 1937 which listed his address as New Brunswick, New Jersey, and 381 Nye Avenue, Irvington, New York, Sailed February 6, 1937 aboard the Paris, Arrived in Spain on February 15, 1937, Served with the XV BDE, Lincoln BN, Co. 3, Irish Section, Connolly Column,  Jarama, Back to US on October 12, 1937 aboard the Veendam,  Returned to Spain in May 26, 1938,  Lincoln-Washington BN, Transmissions, Co. 1, rank Soldado;  Served at the Ebro Offensive, Returned to the US on December 20, 1938 aboard the Ausonia.

Sources: Sail, SACB, Lincoln, Pay, RA, USSDA 2:0859, 59:0123; Ancestry.

Photograph: Joseph Rehill in Spain, RA Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 969.

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