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Marshall Hartzell


Hartzell, Marshall. b. Durham, North Carolina; Never in Spain; Sailed August 22, 1938 as a stowaway aboard the Normandie; Arrested in France, served two months in Jail and then deported to US; was travelling with Vernold Masten Beebe; James Garrett, Willam Joseph Holland, Walter B. Iczek, Bernard Kaplan, Israel Luckonick, Gerald McManus (aka Jerome Josephs), David Parker, Henry Louis Ulanoff, and John W. White.


Sources: USSDA.

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Last Name Hartzell
First/Middle Name Marshall
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Additional Notes The following stowed away to Spain, in Aug 1938, were caught and imprisoned in France for 2 months and then returned to the USA ; Marshall Hartzell, Willam Joseph Hollander, Walter B. Iczek, Bernard Kaplan, Israel Luckonick, Jerome Jospehs aka Gerald McManus, Paul Ulanoff. Durham, NC clerk/Int. unconfirmed